Hurricane Harvey Follow Up

Thank you for your messages of concern and kind thoughts you’ve sent our way during the last few days. Although the Greater Houston Area is still very much affected, the TSI team is safe and our facilities were not impacted by Hurricane Harvey. We reopened our Sugar Land main office yesterday, but we will be working with limited staff until early next week as some of the roads and neighborhoods in Houston are still flooded.

FedEx and UPS are slowly beginning to reopen around the Greater Houston Area so typical shipping and receiving times may be lengthened. We’re hoping that once the water recedes and the airports are back to full operation that we’ll be able to ship again and normalize daily processes. If you have shipments due around these days, we our trying our best to get shipments out as soon as possible.

Thank you for your patience as we work through this situation.

How can you help those affected by Hurricane Harvey?

Now that the storm has passed there is a lot of work to do to help those affected. Here are just a few ways that you can contribute to rebuilding the Greater Houston Area. Thank you for your support and please continue to spread the word about these and other great organizations!

Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

After receiving an overwhelming number of inquiries from citizens and companies who want to help, Mayor Sylvester Turner has established the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund that will accept tax-deductible flood relief donations for victims affected by the recent floods.
>>Donate here

Chabad Harvey Relief

Chabad Centers of Houston are mobilized to help people in any and every way needed. Many families in Houston have flooded and your help is desperately needed to help bring them to safety and begin rebuilding their lives.
>>Donate here

The JJ Watt Foundation – Houston Flood Relief Fund

Hurricane Harvey has taken a catastrophic toll on our great city, while leaving many stranded and in need of assistance. We must come together and collectively help rebuild the aspects of our community members lives that were damaged or lost.
>>Donate here