Enes Kanter Foundation and Embrace Relief launches campaign for Hurricane Harvey victims and families


Date posted: August 29, 2017

In collaboration with Enes Kanter Foundation, Embrace Relief has launched a relief campaign to help victims and families affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas.

Hurricane Harvey makes heavy landfall in Texas, causing major flooding throughout towns and cities. The Lone Star State is facing catastrophic flooding and devastation, including greater Houston area.

You can make your donation online at Embrace Relief’s website.

Enes Kanter said he would donate $25,000 today.


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