Support RST clients and other Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey by donating below.
Donations are vital to every aspect of RST's mission. Your monetary support enables us to better serve refugees and displaced people as they adjust to their new lives in Texas. Refugee Services of Texas is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.
All online donations are processed through our secure online form. You can schedule monthly, recurring donations for any amount you choose by filling out the form in the link below.
If you wish to donate items or gift cards please contact the office location nearest you in the section below titled "In-Kind Donations."
If you have any questions or do not wish to donate via our online form, please contact the RST Development Staff in the Administration Office at (214) 821-4422.
In-kind donations assist newly- and recently-arrived refugees. Our clients' needs are diverse and many: learn which in-kind goods are of the highest need in your community by contacting your local RST office.
Other Ways to Give
You can contribute to RST even while you go about your daily life. Here are some of the easiest and most convenient ways that you can help:
AmazonSmile donates a portion of the proceeds of each sale to a charitable organization of your choice. Just log-in through www.smile.amazon.com, select Refugee Services of Texas as your favorite non-profit, and shop like you normally would on Amazon!
Amazon Wishlist & Online Registries
You can help ensure that newly-arrived refugee families feel welcome and at home in their new lives by purchasing an item from our Amazon Wishlists and other online registries. Find your local service site, visit their wishlist, and just have the items shipped to the office - it's that easy!
Don't shop on Amazon? Some of our service sites also keep registries at Target and Walmart:
Host a Salaam Supper with your friends, family, colleagues and/or members of your community for a meal to learn about refugees and to raise awareness and funding to support their welcome. Learn more about it here.