Texas has experienced historic and devastating floods recently, with more than 45 counties in the state added to a disaster declaration. Comal, Hays, Wilson and many surrounding counties have been affected, with thousands of SouthStar Communities’ neighbors and friends facing terrible circumstances and in need of help.
SouthStar was and remains committed to doing their part to reach out to those impacted by these floods. The company inspired donations to be made through the Red Cross by SouthStar Communities residents in the communities of Vintage Oaks and Havenwood in the Texas Hill Country, King Oaks in Bryan-College Station, Lake Ridge and Sugar Tree in Dallas and Mission del Lago in South San Antonio, and raised $6,870. The company then matched the funds that were raised, for a grand total of $13,740. This money will be used to help flood victims purchase staples like food, clothing, and other necessities that were lost in the floods and help these individuals and families get back on their feet.
The thoughts and prayers of the entire state continue to be with all those whose lives were changed by these horrible acts of nature, and with those who are suffering from this devastation. The Texas spirit of resilience is strong, and SouthStar has full confidence that the areas impacted will recover—and come back better than ever.
You can continue to donate directly to the Red Cross to help those in need by clicking here.
SouthStar Communities has a long history of charitable acts, most famously for its commitment to veterans and wounded warriors. The company’s ongoing partnership with Operation FINALLY HOME has yielded 10 mortgage-free homes for wounded veterans and their families in SouthStar Communities. House No. 11 is currently being built at Vintage Oaks for a worthy American hero.
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