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Published in Chron, April 15, 2018
BuildAid, a HomeAid and GHBA rebuild initiative for pre-qualified homeowners whose homes flooded because of Hurricane Harvey, was presented a check for $5.5 million from the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund (HHRF). HHRF was established by Houston’s Mayor Turner and Harris County Judge Emmett and is administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation. David Weekley and the David Weekley Family Foundation (DWFF), were the initial visionaries of this initiative with a donation of $1 million, just days after the storm passed.

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