Help #Chachis Recover from #Harvey

Like most of the restaurants in Kingwood, TX, the recent flooding from Hurricane Harvey devastated Chachi's Mexican Restaurant  at 4300 Town Center .  Most businesses in this area do not have flood insurance and are beginning the difficult task of rebuilding.

When Hurricane Ike barrelled through the Kingwood, TX community in 2008, Luis and Kathie Jaimes had just opened Chachi's Mexican Restaurant .  Luis was lucky during that storm - the restaurant retained power and he was able to provide free ice to a community dealing with wide-spread power loss.

This time Chachi's needs our help and as a community that has lost most of its restaurants and grocery stores, rebuilding these businesses will help provide a sense of normalcy to the community.

Luis doesn't have an overall damage estimate yet, so this page will update with costs once fully assessed.  For now he is more concerned with paying his employees who are working alongside him.

Please spread the word and consider making a donation: no matter the size, every dollar counts toward a speedy renovation.

Any little bit helps . . . 


Kim & Bailey Dixon
Friends and residents of the Kingwood, TX community

** All proceeds from this GoFundMe account go directly to Luis Jaimes, owner and operator of Chachi's Mexican Restaurant. **


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Organizer and beneficiary

Bailey Dixon 
Kingwood, TX
Luis Jaimes 
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