According to KWTX:
Waco’s Extraco Events Center will be taking donations to help victims starting at 9 a.m.
Waco’s Another Season Consignments will be taking clothing donations of all sizes starting at 10 a.m.
The Home Depot in Bellmead will be open all night to provide services to people that need materials
Town Hall Estates in Hillsboro will take in displaced residents
Latham Springs Baptist Camp is currently open to displaced residents
According to @TexasPrepares, the H-E-B Pharmacy in the Woodway area is going to stay open all night to provide service to victims.
According to @YourAnonNews, the TSTC Recreation Center is open to displaced victims
A Google Document has been created for people to volunteer their houses to give homes to victims:
University Baptist Church is collecting nonperishable food items to fill their pantry to help people in West according to community pastor Craig Nash
Highland Baptist Church is offering shelter, showers, food/clothing to those needing it from West. 3014 Maple Waco,TX 76707.
12th street’s H-E-B is giving food and water to victims.
Blair’s Cove Apartments are offering housing, they have 25-50 units available. Their number is 254-447-0810 Waco, 2425 S. 21st St. offering vacant rooms, water, blankets, showers + snacks for those turned out in West. Asking for donations of snacks, water, blankets, toiletries
Providence hospital will have a blood drive in Waco from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Antioch Community Church building is open to victims. 510 N 20th street, Waco, TX