Numerous Hollywood celebrities have come forward to help the victims affected by Hurricane Harvey. Famous celebrities including Beyonce, Jamie Foxx, and Ariana Grande have donated money to charities to aid in the relief effort. Harvey is considered the worst disaster in Texas history. According to the director of FEMA, Brock Long, the recovery period will take many years. Harvey was the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States "since 2005." The storm has caused more than ten thousand residents in Houston and Louisiana to evacuate.

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Jennifer Garner showed her support to fellow Texans

E!Online reported that 45-year old actress, Jennifer Garner, flew back to her hometown in Houston to help out residents affected by the mass flooding caused by the recent Hurricane Harvey The estranged wife of Ben Affleck has visited Hilliard Elementary to help in handing victims some foods and supplies.

The actress has also helped in donating baby supplies to families with young children.

A video was posted by the Houston Independent School District on Facebook showing Jennifer Garner handing out the supplies. Earlier this week, Garner has posted on her Instagram encouraging everyone to donate to the Save the Children’s Hurricane Harvey [VIDEO]relief fund. "You can help us reach families in need by texting HURRICANE to 20222 to donate $25 to the efforts. Thank you for the support," the post read. As one of the boards of trustees of "Save the Children’ Foundation", the actress shared that the foundation is ongoing with the relief operations for the hurricane victims.

Other celebrities have donated funds for the ‘Harvey’ victims

Many celebrities have given their help to the victims affected by the tropical storm “Harvey,” including Kevin Kardashian, Kevin Hart, Dwayne Johnson and Lin-Manuel.

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Oscar-winning actor Jammie Foxx recently announced on his social media account his plan to raise funds for the survivors through a telethon event. The fundraiser event will be organized by Scooter Braun and will be joined by few celebrities including, Hilary Duff, Blake Shelton, Ariana Grande, Michael Straham and rapper Bun B.

Beyonce, who is also from Houston has flown back to her hometown to personally visit the survivors of the hurricane. Together with her mother Tina Knowles, daughter Blue Ivy, and former bandmate Michelle Williams, they have visited the St Johns Church to speak personally with the victims. According to a report by the Independent UK, Beyonce sponsored 400 luncheons during her visit.