[Manessa Grady and her sons, were among the millions of Texas residents who lost power this week. Photo Credit: Tamir Kalifa for The NY Times]

 After an overwhelming response to the catastrophes in Texas from the recent winter storm, the Clubhouse community has organized the #CHLOVESTX fundraising initiative to get resources to vetted, local Texas organizations making an impact in real time across the state.

VISION

Joining forces w/ boots on the ground organizations to connect the power of the Clubhouse community w/ those in position to help Texans in need. 

Texans have been without power, food, clean water, and other critical resources. Help will be needed for some time to come, and this is an answer to the natural question, “what can we do”
 
With your help, we can do that! 

 

GOALS

1. Fundraise for grassroots organizations and needs on the ground in TX.

 

2. Build awareness for the need and organizations on the ground in TX

3. Activate the CH community to give and help those most in need

EVENT

The  #CHLOVESTX Benefit concert is bringing together Artists, Community Organizers, and leaders across industries from Music to Tech and beyond; for an awesome slate of performances and testimonies. 

Join us and this amazing group of talented people from across the nation for a full week of programming [2/21 - 2/28] as we work to raise awareness, funding, and resources for Texans in need.

Want to do a supporting event? Submit your details here. 

 

 

SUN

2.21.21

3PM PT | 6PM ET

#CHLOVESTX

CONCERT

KICK OFF

FEATURING PERFORMANCES + SPECIAL CELEBRITY GUESTS

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"Many Texans are struggling to get even the basic necessities. Cities are opening water distribution sites, and more than 500 vehicles lined up on Friday morning at the headquarters of the San Antonio Food Bank."

-tHE new york times

[photo: CHRISTOPHER LEE]