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Hurricane Harvey fundraisers, donation drives and benefits in Miami

Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey, left, and fellow Cowboys help unload approximately 300,00 pieces of donated apparel from a tractor trailer at The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. The clothing items were donated to aid Hurricane Harvey evacuees who are sheltering in North Texas. (Ron Baselice/The Dallas Morning News via AP)
Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey, left, and fellow Cowboys help unload approximately 300,00 pieces of donated apparel from a tractor trailer at The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. The clothing items were donated to aid Hurricane Harvey evacuees who are sheltering in North Texas. (Ron Baselice/The Dallas Morning News via AP) AP

Across the national folks are coming together to pool resources to help out the victims of Hurricane Harvey and the subsequent flooding on the eastern coast of Texas. Locally, here are some ways you can contribute to the relief efforts. 

Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium
The Miami Dolphins discussed their new dining options at Hard Rock Stadium, including a wine bar, a beer garden and gourmet doughnuts. PATRICK FARRELL

Miami Dolphins are hosting a donation drive to collect items to assist the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Donations will be accepted at two locations:  Hard Rock Stadium and Baptist Health Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University. A full list of supplies needed for donation can be found at www.dolphins.com, but includes the following items:

Baby diapers

Baby formula

Baby clothes

Nonperishable food

Bottled Water

Sanitizer wipes

Clothing

School Supplies

Batteries

Candles

Blankets

Feminine Hygiene Products

Toiletries

Socks

New Underwear (Sweatpants & Shirts)





Starting at 10 a.m. through Friday, Sept. 15

DROP OFF:

Hard Rock Stadium – 347 Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens  

Baptist Health Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University – 7500 SW 30th Street, Davie

Menin Hospitality

In efforts to help those affected by Hurricane HarveyMenin Hospitality has created the Texas Lemonade, a specialty drink that will be at all of their hotel bars and restaurant bars. Selling for $12, a portion of the proceeds will go towards the Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief for Houston. The drink will be available at the following venues:
Texas Lemonade: selling for $12 

1.5 oz. Titos

1 oz. Lemon Juice

1 oz. Simple Syrup

Crushed Ice

Topped with Aperol and Fresh Mint Sprig.

250 NW 24th St, Miami; Open 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday

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