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