Harvey won't rain on her parade

I always tend to donate to big organizations not knowing how the money is spent or where it goes. This time, I'm making it personal and helping my dear friend get back on her feet.
     Mallory Pangarakis, who moved from Magnolia to live on Magnolia Cove by the way,  much like the rest of Houston and Kingwood did not expect Hurricane Harvey to take away just about everything she owned. With a visible water line 5 feet high, it was apparent that not much will be saved. It's one thing to lose clothes, furniture, electronics, but watching her as she sorted through ruined pictures and family heirlooms broke our hearts. Mallory lost all her furniture, clothes and car, not to mention will be out of her apartment for weeks (best case scenario). It amazed us how she continued to smile and be grateful for what she did have as we helped her sift through the mud for anything salvageable. 
     Now it's time to wash away the rain and pick up the pieces and we'd like to help! Any amount big or small would be greatly appreciated. Let's show our love  and be her rainbow after the storm. Stay strong Houston...
                      "Storms make oaks take deeper roots"
                                                              -George Herbert
  • Kelly-Steve Marshall 
    • $100 
    • 58 mos
  • James Pontiff 
    • $25 
    • 60 mos
  • Patricia Vela 
    • $25 
    • 60 mos
  • Sharon Shiel 
    • $50 
    • 61 mos
  • Susie Collins 
    • $100 
    • 61 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Atifa Manzoor 
Kingwood, TX
Mallory Pangarakis