Hurricane Harvey Stories:: A Call for Submissions

Almost a year ago, Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on our city, our communities and our homes. Life as we knew it was, at least for a time, over.
 
For those whose homes flooded, it has been a year of grief, of rebuilding, and of healing. Many lost all their material possessions, and the past year has required grit, determination, and the kindness of strangers.
 
Houstonians rallied, embracing their neighbors and providing in their greatest time of need. Donations poured in, and people gave their time and energy to muck houses, clean up streets and feed and care for volunteers as well as those who were displaced.
 
Here at Houston Moms Blog, we’ve devoted a lot of words to the stories of Hurricane Harvey, and to mark the first anniversary of the storm, we want to hear yours.
 
Share your Hurricane Harvey story* with us, using the form below. Ideas include::
 
  • Your personal experience with flooding
  • An unknown hero whose story needs to be told
  • How you’ve helped your children cope with their experience with the storm
  • Unexpected blessings related to the storm
  • Lessons learned from Harvey

Please submit your story by Friday, August 17.

*Stories should be 300 words or less, and may be edited for length, grammar and style.
 

Hurricane Harvey Story Submission

  • Basic Information

  • Post Copy & Images

  • Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: doc, docx.
  • Terms of Agreement

  • By checking this box, you agree to the above content focus and guidelines, including our content exclusivity. You also agree that your submission may be edited for length, clarity, and/or grammar.

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