library disaster relief

Texas Library Recovery Connection

 

As the long slow process of recovery begins, we are beginning to hear about libraries facing tremendous damage and total devastation. Librarians are returning  to determine their most immediate and long term needs for assistance.

Created on Sep 5, 2017 | Last updated September 05, 2017

Recovery Begins

The scenes of devastation, desolation and destruction in the areas of Texas most affected by Hurricane Harvey are heart rending. It is impossible to comprehend the suffering and loss that hundreds of thousands of people are experiencing. We find hope, however, in the images of heroic rescues, towering stacks of donated goods, lines of volunteers at shelters, and stories of people from all walks of life coming together to help.

Created on Sep 1, 2017 | Last updated September 01, 2017

TLA & TSLAC Respond to Hurricane Harvey

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the Texas Library Association and Texas State Library and Archives Commission are working together to coordinate a response to damage caused to libraries and archives across the Houston and gulf coast region. We share a deep concern for the condition of facilities and collections, and for the wellbeing of staffs of libraries and archives in the area. We are also very appreciative of the many offers of help that are coming in from across the state and nation.

Created on Aug 28, 2017 | Last updated August 28, 2017

Disaster Relief and Support for Libraries

As Texas prepares for Hurricane Harvey, our thoughts and prayers are with everyone along the Gulf Coast and inland where the storm’s impact is expected to be severe.

Created on Aug 25, 2017 | Last updated August 28, 2017
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