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KMFA stands in support of those affected by Hurricane Harvey in the Central Texas community and throughout the state of Texas. We've gathered together a few important resources below for those directly affected, as well as information about how you can help:

Texas Commission on the Arts
The Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) is concerned about the arts organizations and artists impacted by Hurricane Harvey. They are collecting information about resources that may be helpful to those affected directly by the hurricane on this webpage.

Texas Monthly
Texas Monthly has compiled a list of organizations that are ensuring that people impacted by Harvey have the resources they need.

Texas Tribune
The Texas Tribune has put together dual lists of ways to get and receive help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

Glasstire has created a list of emergency resources for artists.

Mayor Adler's Office
Austin's Mayor Steven Adler has compiled an up-to-date list of ways to help.

Music Doing Good
A Houston organization dedicated to youth music education which has an instrument donation program.

Houston Youth Symphony
HYS has set up the HYS Music & Instrument Fund for Harvey Victims which aims to get instruments into the hands of young musicians who need them. Need and awards will be evaluated by a committee.

Pasadena ISD Fine Arts
The music and fine arts programs in this Houston-area school district were hit particularly hard. They have set up a fund specifically for their programs.

Kingwood High School
This school was severely damaged and will not reopen until the next academic year. Students will be sent to a nearby school, now sharing facilities with two bodies of students and faculties.

Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation
Benefits school music programs impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.