This is *not* a Pendo thing (thus sent from my personal email) but I'd like to raise some funds for her and her family directly. She's way too selfless to ask, but I know Pendozers would want to help. Many people in the Houston area didn't have flood insurance, like many in North Carolina when Hurricane Floyd hit in 1999. Rebuilding will be a long and difficult process for many residents.
In Storm-Tossed Houston Area, Most Homeowners Lack Flood Insurance
She doesn't know about the fund yet and I'd like to present it to her on Saturday, her birthday.
Don't mind the "goal". They made me enter one so I randomly chose a number.
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EB will be able to withdraw these funds directly and disperse to her family as needed.
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