Drive by Howdy

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Provide services for the unhoused. Help with food stamps, getting birth certificates, and medical services. Tents, food, clothing, and other essentials. The organization has helped to relocate, reestablish, and rehome people.

Today's Balance
$35,994.37
Estimated Annual Budget
$46,200
Goal
$0
per year

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1
Angie Berry

$1,000 USD since Oct 2021

2
Hank Smith and Jeff Goodman

$200 USD since Sep 2021

3
Jean Williams

$120 USD since Sep 2021

4
John H. Young

$100 USD since Oct 2021

5
Stephen Cooper

$20 USD since Oct 2021

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andrew malof

$10 USD since Sep 2021

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$10 USD since Sep 2021

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Austin Mutual Aid

$45,000 USD since Oct 2021

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Michelle Joseph

Admin
It is a great honor to be able to serve and ass...

Austin Mutual...

$45,000 USD

Angie Berry

$1,000 USD

Hank Smith an...

$200 USD

Jean Williams

$120 USD

These are the real deal. No middle men. Const...

Stephen Cooper

$20 USD

andrew malof

$10 USD

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backer

$10 USD

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Today’s balance

$35,994.37 USD

Total raised

$43,788.73 USD

Total disbursed

$7,794.36 USD

Estimated annual budget

$46,199.64 USD

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News from Drive by Howdy

Updates on our activities and progress.

10/4/21 - Updates from Michelle's Sidekick on the Paper Side

Hello all! I'm Hillary, a social work student at Texas State who also works at The Sobering Center helping people stay out of jail and get into drug & alcohol treatment. As far as Drive by Howdy, I work on getting people their IDs, food...
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Published on October 6, 2021 by Hillary Harris

Rough week

This past week was a bit rough emotionally and physically. But it was also very fulfilling. DBH managed to help Michelle M. move into her new apartment. We provided some basic necessities since it was already furnished. We also made sure sh...
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Published on September 25, 2021 by Michelle Joseph

Supporting those that are unhoused

Drive by Howdy was approached by Paul and his wife to give them support. He has a terminal heart disease. Currently, we have been able to move them into a hotel room that has a kitchenette. We specifically wanted them to have that kind of r...
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Published on September 22, 2021 by Michelle Joseph

About


Drive by Howdy is a grass roots organization that started October 2020. At first it was just trying to drop off supplies to the unhoused across from Greyhound Bus terminal in Austin, Texas. That morphed into providing clothing, shoes, camp supplies, and a weekly meal.

It was at that point that we realized we needed help. We couldnnt point we were getting people contacting us wanting to help.

Since then we have morphed into about 20 volunteers doing various jobs and tasks. Our main focus/goal is to do what we can for the unhoused today. We are providing assistance getting food stamps and other social services. We're also providing support for those who need to renew their identifications or driver's licenses.

Due to Austin passing Proposition B which made any camping a crime. Many unhoused have dispersed to places unknown. Others are getting some housing. Those that are we are supplying kitchenware, pantry items, and other apartment needs. Our hope for these people is to gain skills, knowledge, and any medical assistance that they may need.

Currently, we are a big supporter of Camp Haven located in Cedar Creek, Texas. There are about 12-15 unhoused people living there in a communal type setting. Everyone has to give 14 hours toward the community. It is a drug free zone. Josiah Ingalls graciously has allowed his 10 acre property to be utilized. He obtained private funds to get electricity at the camp. More work needs to be done and more supplies.

Giving financially to Drive by Howdy is a gift to allow people to regain independence and focus on getting their lives back to a place a productivity.

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Michelle Joseph

Admin
It is a great honor to be able to serve and ass...