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Disaster Funds

In recent years, the Concho Valley region has experienced numerous disasters in which the San Angelo Area Foundation has played a vital role in responding to critical community needs.  As one of the many philanthropic efforts needed to support those impacted by disasters, the San Angelo Area Foundation utilitzes our ability to quickly manage and award emergency grants when the community is impacted by disaster.  

To donate to the Foundation's Disaster Relief Fund, click here.

These reponse efforts have included wildfires, floods, tornadoes, a pandemic, and a winter weather crisis.  Disaster philanthropy is vital for communities when faced with the unexpected and the Foundation has witnessed the Concho Valley respond with heartfelt generosity. When an incident occurs that is declared a disaster by a governmental official, like the mayor, county judge, governor, etc., Foundation Disaster Funds can provide support. 

The Foundation works with local Community Organizations Active in Disasters (COAD) groups to assist in determining need and the best way to quickly provide support. When disaster strikes, individuals impacted and survivors should complete the iSTAT damage survey as quickly as possible at https://damage.tdem.texas.gov

This survey is utilized to quickly identify damage with all COAD members and coordiates the governmental response in a disaster. Individuals impacted, survivors and volunteers can assist in completing this information for others through the iSTAT survey.


Learn more about past San Angelo Disaster Relief efforts:

San Angelo Disaster Fund for February 2021 Ice Storm

COVID-19 Community Response Fund

San Angelo Disaster Fund for May 18 2019 Tornado

Sonora Flood Relief Fund for September 21 2018 Flood