"Real Housewives" from across the country are reaching out to help the people and animals in need after the detrimental effects of Hurricane Harvey. Bravo stars like Bethenny Frankel. Kandi Burruss, Tinsley Mortimer, and Heather Dubrow all contributed to charities working to provide relief for victims of the natural disaster, as well as "Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen.

Hurricane Harvey left people in the Houston, San Antonio, and Gulf Coast areas in need of food, water, shelter, and supplies. The natural disaster was originally predicted to be a Category 4 hurricane but was downgraded to a tropical storm, according to USA Today, which also reported that the storm will affect the Texas area [VIDEO]through the middle of the week.

"The Real Housewives" help in crisis

Bethenny Frankel from "The Real Housewives of New York City" pledged $30,000 through her charity, B Strong, which will go to help women who have been affected by the hurricane, according to Bravo's The Daily Dish.

Tinsley Mortimer, a newcomer to the New York City franchise, revealed on Instagram that she donated $10,000 to Bethenny's charity for Hurrican Harvey victims and encouraged others to help.

"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kandi Burruss said on Instagram that she pledged $10,000 to a fund that the comedian and actor, Kevin Hart, started to help the Red Cross "prepare for, respond to and help people recover from this disaster."

Kenya Moore, who stars on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" alongside Burruss, has family and friends who live in Houston, Texas and posted a photo to her Instagram on Monday saying that her loved ones were okay but that she was praying for the people who needed help after Hurricane Harvey.

Bravo stars are saving the animals too

Bravo executive and "Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen tweeted out to his followers and thanked them for their suggestions of charities, letting them know that he had decided to give to a few charities to help both people and animals that were affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Former housewives call for their fans to donate

Heather Dubrow, a former star of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" wrote on Instagram that she was "sending prayers and money to Texas" and gave her followers the Red Cross phone number to make a $10 donation.

The former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Yolanda Foster tweeted out that she was praying for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and provided a link to donate.

Eileen Davidson, who recently quit "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" after this last season, tweeted out to her fans and asked them to give what they could to charities helping to deal with the aftermath of the hurricane.