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Are you in need of a fan?

DVISD community members who live with children or are over 55 will be prioritized to receive a fan. 

We will ask for your home address.  Please fill out the form for any of your elderly/disabled relatives in Del Valle that may be in need this summer. You will receive an email with confirmation.


Miembros de la comunidad de DVISD que viven con niños o tienen más de 50 años tendrán prioridad para recibir un ventilador.

Se pedirá su dirección de domicilio. Por favor, complete el formulario para cualquiera de sus parientes ancianos/discapacitados en Del Valle que puedan necesitarlo este verano. Recibirá un correo electrónico con la confirmación.

Texas heat is NO JOKE!

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As the temperatures rise in Texas, many community members in Del Valle find themselves without access to adequate cooling systems, putting their health and well-being at risk.

The Summer Fan Drive aims to address this issue by collecting and distributing fans to those who are most vulnerable to heat-related illnesses.

By donating fans, contributing funds, or helping us distribute, you can help provide relief to individuals, more specifically the elderly, and disabled, who may not have the means to cool their homes during the scorching summer months.

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Want to lend a helping hand?



An easy way to help us achieve our goal to help the community is by donating. All funds donated here will go directly to buying fans for the elderly and disabled in our community!


Volunteer to distribute

Looking for other ways to help?

Join us during our distribution events! We will be distributing fans to our community starting in June. Use the button below to sign up for one of our event dates!


Donate new box fans

Any new box fan will work! We want to give our community the confidence and reliability of a new fan to help cool them off during these extreme heatwaves, so we will only be taking new enclosed box fans. Contact us if interested!

Tips for staying cool this summer!

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Keep away from soda and alcohol

These types of drinks worsen dehydration in your body. Soft drinks can exacerbate dehydration and increase the potential of getting kidney injury. Alcoholic drinks should also be avoided since they can increase urine output, boosting the risk of dehydration.

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Find a cooling center in your area.

Travis County Office of Emergency Management has announced for Juneteenth certain Parks & Rec and Library Facilities will be open Monday, June 19, 2023 from 12- 8 p.m. for Cooling Center operations: 


Drink an adequate amount of water

You will sweat more in hot weather as a mechanism to cool your body off. So, it is essential to refuel the fluids you lost inside your body with drinking water. It is much better to bring a water bottle to avoid dehydration as you go outside for any activities.

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If you can, stay inside through the hottest time of the day

If there is no necessary outdoor activity or event, limiting the time of sunlight exposure and staying inside the building during the hottest part of the day is safer. Being physically active outdoors during extreme heat can lead to heat exhaustion.

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