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In response to Hurricane Harvey this weekend and its impact on the Gulf Coast, Target will donate $500,000 to aid in recovery efforts. The donation will be distributed to local and national disaster relief organizations, including the American Red Cross, The Salvation Army and Team Rubicon, an organization that unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to quickly deploy emergency response teams. 

Over the weekend, Target closed more than 30 stores for the safety of our team and guests. We will reopen locations as quickly as possible when it is safe to do so. As always, we evaluate our store locations and teams to strike the right balance of providing for the community and staying safe for our team members. See below for a full list of closed stores, and check our store locator for more location information.

Our distribution and supply chain teams are working quickly to replenish impacted stores. Before the storm, we provided extra products to stores, including batteries, flashlights, cleaning supplies and non-perishable food. Local road flooding and closures are impacting our ability to make some deliveries and in those cases, we’re holding products at our distribution facilities so we can quickly push them out to stores when roads clear.

We’ll continue to provide updates on @TargetNews and A Bullseye View as the week develops.

The following stores are closed for the safety of our teams and our guests:

  • Humble, 20777 Hwy 59 N, Humble, TX
  • Houston South, 8503 S Sam Houston Pkwy E, Houston, TX

This page will be updated frequently to reflect any changes. Last updated Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 1:40 p.m. CST.