Along with many parts of the country, the city of Austin is one of the many communities that has been and continues to be impacted by the severe effects of the hard-hitting winter storms. Austin is our home – the place where Arrive Logistics was born and where more than 600 of our employees reside. Millions of individuals across the community are without power and are struggling with broken pipelines and getting access to food.

For those who currently reside in Austin and are in need of resources such as food, water or a warm place to go, below is a list of resources.  Please share these resources with anyone in need, and if you’re currently in a position to help support the Austin community, please consider donating to the following organizations providing direct support to those in need.

Relief Funds/Mutual Aid Resources/How to Help:

Local Resources for Food, Warmth and Water:

  • City of Austin Shelters (Open 24/7)
    • Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Creek Road, Austin, TX, 78704
    • Del Valle High School, 5201 Ross Rd, Del Valle, TX 78617
  • City of Austin – Warming Shelters (Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m.)
    • Lee Elementary School, 3308 Hampton Rd, Austin TX 78705
    • Murchison Middle School, 3700 N Hills Dr, Austin TX 78731
    • Joslin Elementary School, 4500 Menchaca Rd, Austin TX 78745
  • Church Shelters (Open 24/7);
    • Austin Stone – North Campus, 1150 McNeil Rd.Round Rock, TX 78681
    • Point Community Church, 11300 Old San Antonio Road, Manchaca, TX 78652
    • Mosaic Church, 12116 Jekel Circle Austin, TX 78727
    • Friendship Creekside, 14455 FM 1826 Austin, TX 78737
    • Hill Country Bible Church, 12124 Ranch Road 620 N. Austin, TX 78750
    • University Ave Church of Christ, 1903 University Ave. Austin, TX 78705
    • Promiseland Church, 1504 E 51st Street, Austin, TX 78723

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Photo Credit: Austin American-Statesman

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