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More ways to help with the Hurricane Harvey relief effort in Dallas-Fort Worth

All proceeds from the sale of Magnolia Market’s Texas Forever will go towards aiding the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Houston.
All proceeds from the sale of Magnolia Market’s Texas Forever will go towards aiding the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Houston.

Looking for more ways to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey? Several businesses around Dallas-Fort Worth are joining in the relief effort by raising funds through special events, promotions and donation drives.

The list includes:

Movie Tavern

From Sept. 1-4, Movie Tarvern will be donating 10 percent of all food sales from its 22 locations to the American Red Cross. To find a location near you, visit www.movietavern.com.

East Hampton Sandwich Co.

On Sept. 5 from 6-9 p.m., all locations of East Hampton Sandwich Co. will donate 100 percent of their sales to the Houston Food Bank. To find a location near you, visit http://ehsandwich.com.

Jersey Mike’s Sub

From Sept. 11-17, Jersey Mike’s will be donating $1 for every regular-sized #7 Turkey Breast and Provolone sub sold to the Houston Food Bank and Corpus Christi Food Bank. The sub shop will also be handing out special cards nationwide offering a free sub for a $2 donation to the food banks. To find a location near you, visit www.jerseymikes.com.

Tyler’s

Texas-based retailer Tyler’s, which has a location in Fort Worth’s WestBend development, is donating 100 percent of the proceeds from its Texas Strong Harvey Relief t-shirt to those affected by the hurricane. The t-shirts retail for $25 and is available for purchase online. www.tylerstx.com.

Pappas Restaurants

Pappas Restaurants is trying to raise $1 million by matching every $1 donated at one of their restaurants (Pappadeux Seafood Kitchen, Pappasito’s Cantina, Pappas Bros. Steakhouse and Pappas Bar-B-Q). Donations will benefit the American Red Cross and the United Way of Greater Houston. To find a restaurant near you, www.pappas.com.

Josh Abbott Band

Josh Abbott Band is selling Texas-themed t-shirts and donating all the proceeds to the Hurricane Harvey relief effort. The T-shirts, which are available for purchase online, retail for $30 each. www.jabcares.org.

Deep Ellum Brewing Co.

Dallas-based Deep Ellum Brewing Co. is discounting membership for its annual Labor of Love Brew Festival on Sept. 3 to $15. For each membership purchased, the brewery will donate $15 to Hurricane Harvey relief funds. 2823 St. Louis St., Dallas, 214-888-3322, www.deepellumbrewing.com.

Movie House & Eatery

Movie House & Eatery, which has locations in Keller and Flower Mound, will be donating 5 percent of all ticket sales to the Austin Disaster Relief Network. Each theater will also be accepting donated items to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. To find a location near you, http://themoviehouse.com.

Alladin Café

Crowley’s Alladin Café, which serves Mediterranean-style cuisine, will be donating 15 percent of its sales on Thursday, Aug. 31 to the American Red Cross.

Palio’s Pizza Cafe

On Thursday, Aug. 31, all locations of Palio’s Pizza Cafe will be donating 15 percent of their sales to the American Red Cross. To find a location near you, visit http://palioscafe.com.

Chapps Burgers

Chapps Burgers is hosting a Hurricane Harvey fundraiser at all seven of its DFW locations on Friday, Sept. 1. The burger chain will be donating 10 percent of all sales will be donated to the American Red Cross. To find a location near you, visit http://chappsburgers.com.

Hopdoddy Burger Bar

Hopdoddy Burger Bar, which has locations in Fort Worth and Dallas, is offering multiple promotions to help aid Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. From Sept. 4-5., all sales from the Goodnight/Good Cause Burger will be donated to charity. After Sept. 5, $1 from each sale of the burger will be donated.

In addition, Tito’s Handmade Vodka has agreed to donate $1 for every drink Hopdoddy Burger Bar sells made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka (for a total donation of up to $10,000). To find a location near you, visit www.hopdoddy.com.

Noble Rey Brewing Co.

Noble Rey Brewing Co. is helping the Hurricane Harvey relief effort by donating $1 from each sale of Sex in a Canoe or Tactical Combat Firefighter at either of their taprooms. The brewery will also be donating a percentage of its six-pack sales. 920 S Harwood St. #125, Dallas. 2636 Farrington St., Dallas, 972-677-7612. http://noblereybrewing.com.

Del Frisco’s Grille/ Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House

Del Frisco’s Grille and Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House will be donating 20 percent of their sales from Aug. 30-Sept. 4 to Houston-area food banks. To find a DFW location near you, visit https://delfriscosgrille.com or https://delfriscos.com.

Camp Gladiator

Camp Gladiator, which has several locations around Dallas-Fort Worth, is donating 100 percent of the proceeds from its limited edition Hurricane Harvey relief t-shirt to the American Red Cross to provide disaster relief in Houston. The tri-blend t-shirt retails for $25 and is available for purchase online. Orders must be placed no later than Aug. 31. https://account.campgladiator.com.

Freebirds

Not a food promotion, but all Texas locations of Freebirds will be collecting canned goods and bottled water to donate to those affected by Hurricane Harvey through Sept. 3. To find a Freebirds near you, visit https://freebirds.com.

Magnolia Market

Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines are donating all proceeds from the sale of Magnolia Market’s Texas Forever t-shirt to Hurricane Harvey disaster relief efforts. The shirt, which retails for $26, is available for purchase online. The promotion runs through Sept. 30. https://shop.magnoliamarket.com.

Snappy Salads

Snappy Salads will be collecting donations for the American Red Cross via its Change for Change program at all Dallas-Fort Worth locations through Sept. 4. The salad chain, which has a location on Camp Bowie in Fort Worth, has committed to matching donations up to $10,000. To find a Snappy Salads location near you, visit www.snappysalads.com.

Mustard Seed Jewelry

Fort Worth-based Mustard Seed Jewelry is donating 50 percent of all jewelry sales this month, including profits from the brand’s Pray for Texas necklace, to the Hurricane Harvey relief effort. 844-330-5668, www.mustardseedjewelry.com.

Promotions for Hurricane Harvey evacuees:

Dallas Zoo

The Dallas Zoo is offering free admission to individuals displaced by Hurricane Harvey. The promotion runs through Sept. 4 and a proof of residency and photo ID is required. 650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway, Dallas, 469-554-7500, www.dallaszoo.com.

Fort Worth Zoo

The Fort Worth Zoo is offering free admission to evacuees displaced by Hurricane Harvey. The promotion runs through Sept. 30 and a proof of residency and photo ID is required. 1989 Colonial Parkway, Fort Worth, 817-759-7555, www.fortworthzoo.org.

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Dallas’ Perot Museum of Nature and Science is offering free admission to families displaced by Hurricane Harvey. The promotion runs through Sept. 30 and a proof of residency and photo ID is required. 2201 N. Field St, Dallas, 214-428-5555, www.perotmuseum.org.

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