Helping Flood Victims in San Jose

As many of you know, San Jose has had one of the wettest winters in decades this year.

What you may not know is that over 36,000 households were ordered to evacuate due to flood zones and the excessive water has caused significant damage to public and private property throughout the city.

The most severe flooding has taken place in neighborhoods along Coyote Creek, which includes a number of low-income communities and mobile home parks that were submerged when Anderson Reservoir reached its capacity and began spilling into the creek.

At this time they are not taking donations of physical items, but are asking for support through monetary donations that will assist the families in the weeks and months ahead.

If you would like to help, you can read more about it HERE and also make a donation.

 

The Finding Kindness Project aims to bring communities and families together through social action; big or small.

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