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Here’s how you can help the Texas disaster relief efforts!

URGENT! Oath Keepers members are volunteering their time in Texas, but we still need donations to support our costs, including food, fuel, and necessary supplies for our various operations. With your donations, we can continue and expand our rescue, security and donation delivery efforts. The donate link on our website is here:

Texas Hurricane Relief Fund



If you would prefer to donate by mailing a check, our mailing address is:

Oath Keepers
5130 Fort Apache Rd. Ste. 215
Las Vegas, NV 89148



If you would like to volunteer with us in Texas, please call: Alex Oakes at 228-731-1807

We are in critical need of men to provide security escorts for medical teams, relief teams, and relief supply convoys.   We need well trained and experienced men who are calm, cool, and collected. Please call Alex Oakes at 228-731-1807. 



If you would like to bring supplies to our staging area in Texas, please call: Don Holse at 936-328-7915



If you have supplies that need to be transported to Texas, please call: Don Holse at 936-328-7915



If you would like to send supplies and donation items by mail, UPS, or FEDEX, this is the mailing address:

Oath Keepers
C/O Pak’s Karate
616 Pan American Dr.
Livingston, TX 77351



Some of the supplies we currently need are listed HERE.

Thank you so much to everyone who has come to Texas to help, or has donated supplies, or donated to fund our efforts. You are all very much appreciated. You can also help by forwarding this article to spread the word that caring citizens can be very effective in a disaster situation. We’re helping our neighbors, even if those neighbors happen to be several states away. At least two in this photo came all the way from Montana.

Some of our Oath Keepers volunteers in Texas.

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