Impacts of Hurricane Harvey

MCH’s thoughts and prayers go out to our friends, colleagues and partners who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey.  Please see the important information below in response to this unfortunate, tragic situation we are currently facing.

The Impacts of Hurricane Harvey

Governor Greg Abbott of Texas is calling the storm one of the largest disasters America has faced.  Our hearts go out to anyone who is affected by the storm, and MCH will continue to monitor the situation.

MCH has identified the zip codes of affected schools and buildings in the area.  Our account and relationship managers will also keep you abreast of potential interrupted mail services by the United States Postal Service.

For more information on how Hurricane Harvey impacts mail delivery, visit the USPS web page or call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777) to obtain information, including available, alternate Post Office retail locations.

To obtain a list of zip codes to suppress for email campaigns, please contact your relationship manager or send an inquiry to

A plethora of organizations are asking for donations to support the Hurricane Victims:

These include the American Red CrossThe Salvation ArmySamaritan’s PurseSave The Children, the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief and Heart to Heart International.

Food banks throughout Texas are also accepting donations for people affected by the storm. You can donate money to Feeding Texas, a network of the state’s food banks, here. Additionally, the Elgin Courier has compiled a list of food bank locations throughout the region that may need donations of food or supplies.

The local Texas Diaper Bank is putting together disaster relief kits for families with young children. You can donate here.