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Beyoncé paid a visit to her hometown of Houston following the city’s devastation at the hands of Hurricane Harvey.

The superstar singer, along with mother Tina Lawson and Michelle Williams, held a special event to show support to victims who’ve lost their homes and cherished belongings.

Beyoncé, a Houston native, thanked her hometown for their longtime support of her throughout her storied career. “Thank you for praying for me and being such an incredible example of what light and love is. This today is a celebration of survival. Ya’ll are my family…Houston is my home. I thank God that you’re safe, that your children are safe. Things that really matter: your health, your children, your family.

“I just want to say I love you, and I’m so grateful to God that I’ve been blessed so that I can bless other people,” she added.

At the event, hosted by Beyoncé’s ‘BeyGood’ nonprofit, victims were treated to platters of food and desserts–just a little something to spread joy in this unfortunate time of need.

See the video clip and pictures below.

Beyoncé speaking to #HurricaneHarvey survivors at her church in HoUSton today. #BeyGOOD

Beyoncé hugging #HurricaneHarvey survivor(s) in HoUSton. #BeyGOOD

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Beyoncé, Blue, Ms Tina and Michelle in HoUSton ‪today to support Harvey victims. ‬#BeyGOOD

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#BeyGOOD in HoUSton today.

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