Over the past five years, Americares has been on the frontlines of Puerto Rico’s recovery, increasing access to medicine for low-income patients, helping clinics across the island better prepare for future emergencies and training thousands of health workers and first responders to better manage their own stress and trauma so they can continue their lifesaving work. They are providing direct relief to those impacted by the hurricane.
Hispanic Federation Inc
Hispanic Federation announced an immediate $100k emergency assistance fund to support local community orgs responding to Hurricane Fiona working with local organizations to provide working to deploy resources that support locals and emergency relief services to communities.
Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico
PRxPR invests 100% of donations amongst the most critically affected communities. Aid impacts short and long-term humanitarian needs focused on food/agriculture, clean water and fuel/renewable energy initiatives. PRxPR was launched by a committed, diverse, and respected group of Puerto Rican business leaders in the US diaspora with extensive experience, broad networks, resources, and direct ties to Puerto Rico.
The PRxPR Relief and Rebuild Fund (PRxPRRR) was organized in partnership with the Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico, a 501(c)(3) corporation.
World Central Kitchen, Inc.
The World Central Kitchen team in Puerto Rico is cooking thousands of meals to serve across the island and will be delivering more than 15,000 meals daily. They're also helping to support the Dominican Republic and preparing to serve Turks and Caicos who were also impacted by Hurricane Fiona.