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You can help by donating directly to charities in Puerto Rico that are leading the effort to mitigate the humanitarian crisis. The website contains a list of charities and local initiatives with direct access to the victims of these hurricanes.

Fondos Unidos de Puerto Rico es una organización privada, sin fines de lucro, que por más de 45 años se ha dedicado a promover el bien común, creando oportunidades de una mejor calidad de vida para todos, al trabajar en equipo junto a voluntarios,...
Hispanic Federation and Coalition of Community Organizations and Elected Officials Launch “Unidos”: A Hurricane Relief Fund for Hurricane Maria Victims in Puerto Rico
Following his visit to Puerto Rico to deliver emergency supplies and see firsthand the widespread damage and devastation from Hurricane Maria, Governor Cuomo launched the Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort for Puerto Rico. The effort brings...
Maria & Irma: Puerto Rico Real-time Recovery Fund will exclusively support the victims of the catastrophic Hurricane María and Irma in Puerto Rico and provide relief and aid the communities affected by this disaster. The funds will be used first...
The Miami Foundation’s Fund will support nonprofits addressing food security, vulnerable populations, stable housing and other immediate to long-term needs for residents.
In order to help build Puerto Rico after the passing of hurricane Maria, we're raising funds that will be invested 100% in the Island. Friends of Puerto Rico is a national non-profit organization incorporated in Washington, DC. Our mission is...
Puerto Rico Rises - San Antonio is calling for donations from the community. According to its Facebook page, the organization is specifically asking for a number of items, including water filters, canned/dry pet food, basic medicine (hydrocortisone...
Voices for Puerto Rico (Voces por Puerto Rico) is an initiative by Artists in the Diaspora to support those affected in Puerto Rico by natural disaster, most recently Hurricane María.
100% of donations to this fund will go exclusively to long-term relief for the victims of catastrophic Hurricane María in Puerto Rico.
After launching our initial response to Hurricane Irma, we were cautiously standing by, watching Hurricane Maria’s rapid increase in power, elevating it from a Category 1 hurricane to a Category 5. With much discussion amongst our internal team, we...