United Heritage Charity Foundation to donate over $20,000 to Harvey relief
Harvey relief fundraiser tops $10,000 as charity foundation pledges $10,000 donation match.
AUSTIN, TEXAS (October 12, 2017) — The United Heritage Charity Foundation is donating more than $20,000 to the American Red Cross in support of those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Through a Harvey Relief Fund set up by the Charity Foundation, the community raised a total of $10,013.76 for victims of Hurricane Harvey. Combined with the Charity Foundation’s $10,000 matching pledge, a total of $20,013.76 will be donated to the American Red Cross for Harvey relief.
The American Red Cross is operating shelters and distributing supplies all across the Gulf Coast and other areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Please visit the American Red Cross website for more information about the organization and Hurricane Harvey.
The United Heritage Charity Foundation was established in 2003 as a means to provide ongoing support to charitable projects. Since its inception, the United Heritage Charity Foundation has distributed nearly $1.5 million to local organizations including the American Heart Association, Dell Children’s Medical Center Foundation of Central Texas and Texas Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation.
About United Heritage Charity Foundation
Founded in 2003, the United Heritage Charity Foundation was developed as a 501(c)(3) to improve the lives of others in its local communities. The Charity Foundation’s goals are to support organizations in initiatives that make Central and East Texas a better place to live, work, and attend school. The United Heritage Charity Foundation’s areas of focus include family support services, healthcare, military & veteran assistance, and education. For more information visit, uhcf.org. The United Heritage Charity Foundation is the giving arm of the United Heritage Credit Union and has distributed over $2 million since its inception. You can go to uhcu.org to learn more about the Credit Union and what we can help you with today.