Please Help

Please Donate

Our efforts to rebuild our communities require monetary donations as well as the efforts of our volunteers. Thank you for your donation to help the work of our team and affiliated relief agencies!

After all State and Federal assistance has been exhausted for survivors of the Memorial Day and All Saints Day October 2015 Floods, an assessment is done for unmet needs. Case managers allocate funds for home repairs, and for basic furnishings, through partnering agencies and business’s. We do not provide funds directly to survivor families, but provide relief through our network agencies. ​

The Blanco River Regional Recovery Team is a registered Non-Profit Corporation with the State of Texas, and a registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit with the IRS.

Ways to Donate Money

  • On Line through PayPal
  • A monetary donation can be dropped off at any Texas branch of Wells Fargo for Blanco River Regional Recovery Team.
  • Monetary donations by check or Money Order (no cash please) can be mailed to: BR3T – Blanco Regional Recovery Team P.O. Box 685 210 S. Stage Coach Rd. San Marcos, TX 78667

How to Volunteer

BR3T is always interested in individuals and groups that wish to volunteer. The volunteer spirit that is such a big part of Central Texas is the life blood of our organization and helps us leverage critical resources. We are particularly interested in people who can be part of teams building or repairing homes damaged by disasters. If you have an interest, please contact Volunteers are needed for:

  • Office Help
  • Fundraising
  • Casual Labor
  • Skilled Labor

Serving These Communities

The BR3T comprises 4 counties along the Blanco River and the cities within them:

Blanco - Caldwell - Guadalupe - Hays

We serve the people in the incorporated and unincorporated areas to help them recovery from disaster. Our office is at 801 W. MLK (Dunbar Center) San Marcos, TX 78666.

Open Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 512-677-9701.


On our official community Facebook site you can follow the posts of the people affected by the tragedies and all the people donating time, material or money to help these communities rebuild from the Memorial Weekend and All Saints Weekend disasters of 2015.

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