Montgomery County Community Foundation
MCCF Long Term Disaster Recovery Fund Donation
MCCF Long Term Disaster Recovery Fund Donation
MCCF Long Term Disaster Recovery Fund Donation
MCCF Long Term Disaster Recovery Fund Donation
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Long Term Disaster Recovery Fund

Disaster Case Managers are key to residents’ recovery after a disaster – especially for those people who are not able to piece together what is needed to get back to a safe level of normalcy. Disaster Case Managers know the resources that are available and how to tap into those funds and resources. They help families develop a comprehensive plan that includes repairs or rebuilding, furniture, rental, storage, clothing – all the things a family needs to move beyond the disaster that has disrupted their lives. In order to make sure the Montgomery County Community Foundation Long Term Disaster Recovery Funds are coordinated and leverage other available funds, MCCF will only work with the disaster case managers to distribute its funds.

Funds raised by MCCF are now available for Montgomery County residents who are still working on recovering from our most recent disaster. MCCF promised to its donors that their funds would available after the initial wave of donated funds had been expended to better target people who have limited resources. MCCF has tried to make the process as simple as possible, partnering with other groups serving Montgomery County. When there is an “Unmet Needs Table” in Montgomery County, MCCF will participate to distribute its funds according to its criteria using the “Unmet Needs Table’s” application. When there is no “Unmet Needs Table”, MCCF will use its own application supported by existing disaster case managers documents and forms from the household.

Our Guidelines:

    • MCCF funds are for people affected by Hurricane Harvey and seeking funds to complete the rebuilding, repairing or replacing of their primary residence.

    • MCCF is open to paying for things that pose a barrier to rebuilding, repairing or replacing their primary residence.

    • Funds will be sent to the vendor on behalf of the household at the direction of the case manager, not to the household.

    • Homes MUST be able to secure all the appropriate building permits, which minimizes the possibility of the home from flooding again.

    • Funds are not available for rent, utility bills or other regular monthly bills.

Our Process when there is no “Unmet Needs Table”:

    • Applications from the disaster case managers may either be mailed or delivered to (so do not scan and email): 9320 Lakeside Blvd, Bldg. 2 / Suite 200 / The Woodlands, TX 77381

    • Applications may only be submitted by a disaster case manager, not the family themselves.

    • Only properly completed applications with all requested attachments will be considered. If a requested document is not included, the disaster case manager will be notified via email and given the opportunity to provide the document(s) needed to complete the package.

    • Except for the cover page, please submit your forms or print outs as attachments to the cover page. It is helpful if you provide a narrative about what has been done to date and how MCCF funds will be used to complete the project. If there are questions, we will be in touch to make sure we understand what you have provide.

    • Funds will be made available over the course of several years.

    • Funding will be given on a first come first serve basis.

    • Questions may be submitted to Julie Martineau at jmartineau@mccfoundation.org or you can call 281.363.8158.

    • The disaster case manager will be notified via email regarding the acceptance.


to the Long Term Disaster
Recovery Fund

To send a check, mail to:
MCCF Long Term
Disaster Recovery Fund
9320 Lakeside Blvd., Bldg. 2, Ste.200
The Woodlands, TX 77381

Share this link:
mccfoundation.org/Recovery_Fund with others who would like to help!

If you have questions,
feel free to call or email me at jmartineau@mccfoundation.org.

I thank you for your generous support!

Julie P. Martineau,
Executive Director