Beyoncé has officially launched her previously announced effort to support her Houston hometown in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
Early Friday, the singer hit Instagram with the message: “BEYGOOD HOUSTON.”
Without any further explanation or caption, a Google search eventually turned up a donation page for BEYGOOD HOUSTON on her website Beyonce.com.
The page reads:
Join us as the BeyGOOD team heads to Houston to continue our relief efforts on the ground. We have teamed up with Bread of Life and Greater Houston Community Foundation, who have been working with the displaced from the start of Hurricane Harvey’s landfall.
JOIN US & BEYGOOD
Your donations will help in long-term revitalization and aid in purchasing immediate needs including: cots, blankets & pillows, baby products, feminine products, wheelchairs and more.
The page allows users to donate to either “Bread of Life,” or “Greater Houston Community Foundation [GHCF] directly.
Solange is joining in relief efforts as well.
She’ll be joined by the Sun Ra Arkestra on September 28 at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre for a performance called “Orion’s Rise.”
“I’m committed to partnering with organizations on the ground in Houston and making contributions to uplift the city that raised me with so much love,” she wrote in a statement via Instagram.
Solange is also due to perform select dates in October with Earl Sweatshirt, Flying Lotus, the Sun Ra Arkestra, and Chassol. Her “Seventy States” digital piece is showing now at London’s Tate Modern, and her site-specific performance art piece “Scales” debuts October 8 in Marfa, Texas.
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