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Jinger Duggar & Jeremy Vuolo House Hurricane Harvey Victims After Disastrous Storm Hits Texas

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Sep. 6 2017, Published 7:04 p.m. ET

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and Jeremy Vuolo are helping Hurricane Harvey victims in a big way. Despite living over 300 miles away from Houston, Texas, the Vuolos, who reside in Laredo, Texas, have opened up their home to help those affected by the catastrophic storm.

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"We are,” Jeremy tweeted when asked if he and Jinger were okay after the hurricane hit. “Laredo wasn't affected. We've housed some refugees, though, and are planning a trip North next week. Thanks for checking in!"

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The Vuolos have also been vocal about their support of Thirsty Ground, a "Christian non-profit dedicated to providing relief for weary bodies and thirsty souls in disaster-stricken areas," by pubbing the non-profit on their social media accounts, asking their followers to donate to support Hurricane Harvey relief.

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“For those interested in financially supporting Hurricane Harvey relief efforts: every $ donated to Thirsty Ground International goes directly & immediately to relief efforts; no overhead, no red tape.” Jeremy captioned a recent Instagram post. “Members of Grace Comm. Church Laredo join the TGI team in Katy, TX. To donate: www.ThirstyGround.org

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Hurricane Harvey was the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since Wilma in 2005.

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In a four-day period, the historic storm brought more than 40 inches of rain in many areas, causing catastrophic flooding, and displacing more than 30,000 people.

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What do you think about Jeremy and Jinger’s relief efforts? Sound off in the comments!

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