2021

Texas Winter Blackout

GEM mission specific press
CW39
Reality Star, local organizations help Texas families impacted by Winter Storm
Fox 26
Kids' Meals Houston gets some help from Bethenny Frankel's BStrong
CNN
Actor Carlos Ponce ayuda a damnificados en Texas por tormenta invernal
Univision
Organización en el sur de Florida envía ayuda humanitaria a los afectados por la tormenta invernal en Texas
WSVN
Local volunteers prep supply kits being sent to residents in storm-ravaged Texas
Fox Business
Bethenny Frankel brings emergency aid to Texas amid deadly winter storm
Page Six
Bethenny Frankel sending aid to Texas
Hollywood Life
Bethenny Frankel Reveals How She’s UsingSocial Media For ‘Good, Not Evil’ While‘Saving Lives’ In Texas
Daily Mail
Emergency assistance to Texas residents through GEM BStrong disaster relief foundation

Summary Stats

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Communities Served
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Phase 1:

Disaster Relief

Global Empowerment Mission BStrong is responding in the Texas Blackout first phase, disaster relief, by supplying..
 

Family Necessities Kit contain:

  • 10 LBS bag of rice
  • Assortment of 1-3 bags of beans with a total value of 2 LBS
  • 1-2 LBS bag of oats
  • Assortment of protein bars
  • Immuse Immune Boosters
  • Hydration Kits
  • Hygiene supplies (dry shampoo, pack of bars of soap, etc.)
  • 5 masks, gloves & large hand sanitizer

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