Our hearts go out to all
who have suffered during
Hurricane Harvey.

Hurricane Harvey recovery and relief efforts

Committed to its mission to help communities prosper, Insperity continues to make a vested effort in helping southeast Texas recover and rebuild after Hurricane Harvey.

A word from Insperity’s chairman and CEO

Our hearts go out to all those who have suffered during Hurricane Harvey. This catastrophic event has impacted lives and businesses across Southeast Texas, including our own customers and employees, and recovery will take all of us working together. To that end, we are spearheading a call to action through the Lake Houston Area Relief Fund and Insperity matching gifts initiative for other businesses and individuals to donate in an effort to help our area rebuild and allow our community to continue to prosper and grow.

Paul J. Sarvadi, chairman and chief executive officer of Insperity


How you can help

Donate to the Lake Houston Area Relief Fund

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, we saw an urgent need to support the devastated communities directly surrounding Insperity’s corporate headquarters. The Lake Houston Area Relief Fund, facilitated by Humble Area Assistance Ministries (HAAM), a 501(c)(3) public charity, was organized by Insperity, Somebody Cares Humble, Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce and other community leaders based on an overwhelming response from citizens and companies to help with recovery efforts. All donations to this fund will be used to restore homes, businesses and neighborhoods in the Atascocita, Humble, Kingwood, Fall Creek and Summerwood, Texas communities.

Find volunteer opportunities

From sorting donations to rebuilding homes, people all across the country are coming together to restore the Houston area. Click the links to find volunteer opportunities near you.


Helpful disaster recovery resources

Getting things back to “normal” after a disaster like Hurricane Harvey can feel overwhelming. Here are a few resources to help you get started.

American Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Services →
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) →
Harris County Recovery Network →
John Cornyn, United States Senator for Texas →
Texas Workforce Commission →