The campaign also includes another public service announcement - the original PSA focused on Harvey - that will air Sunday and Monday during National Football League telecasts, The Hill reported. Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter are behind the effort.
President Donald Trump voiced his support late Thursday for a charity appeal from his five living predecessors, but wasn't included in the rollout - a break from similar efforts in the past that brought together members of the Presidents' Club.
Jeb Bush called into "Your World" today to discuss the potential impact of Hurricane Irma, and how the federal government, local officials and the people of Florida have responded to the storm.
"What started as a specific appeal to address historic flood damage in Texas will be expanded to help victims from both storms".
And now Harvey has brought all five living former USA presidents together. "But as one Texas put it, we've got more love in Texas than water". Asked how he feels about Trump's recent strategy to work with Democrats - the President bucked his own party this week to attach emergency funds to a three-month increase in the debt ceiling - Bush said it depends on the motive.
You can provide your donations online at oneamericaappeal.org, the campaign's official website. Those preferring to write checks will be able to do so through the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation, which will oversee all the donations and keep them in a special account. After Haiti's devastating natural disaster in 2010, Obama tapped Clinton and the younger Bush to lead a relief effort. Clinton and George H.W. Bush also raised money for the 2005 Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina, Variety reported.