Here are some ways that you can help the victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma

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Hurricanes Harvey and Irma not only devastated thousands of lives, but also destroyed billions of dollars’ worth of property.

Federal Emergency Management Agency officials say it will take years to help both states fully recover.

Still, there are still things you can do to help in the meantime to aid those in Florida, Texas and some of the other affected regions.

Please find a list of charities below and choose the one that speaks to you.

Here are some ways to donate and help victims of Hurricane Irma:

CUDJOE KEY, FL – SEPTEMBER 15: Homes, boats, trees and other debris tossed by Hurricane Irma remain stacked up September 15, 2017 in Cudjoe Key, Florida. Many places in the Keys still lack water, electricity or mobile phone service and residents are still not permitted to go further south than Islamorada. The Federal Emergency Managment Agency has reported that 25-percent of all homes in the Florida Keys were destroyed and 65-percent sustained major damage when they took a direct hit from Hurricane Irma. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Here are some ways to donate and help victims of Hurricane Harvey:

Over a week after Hurricane Harvey hit Southern Texas, residents are beginning the long process of recovering from the storm.


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