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Ongoing Recovery in Puerto Rico

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Hispanic Federation four stars
First Book three stars
Heart to Heart International four stars
Direct Relief four stars
GlobalGiving four stars
Mercy Corps three stars
Water Mission four stars
All Hands and Hearts Smart Response four stars
International Relief Teams four stars
Political protests in Puerto Rico demanding the resignation of territory’s governor are bringing renewed attention to the nation’s weak economy and ongoing humanitarian issues following Hurricane Maria nearly two years ago.
 
While protestors are focused on securing immediate political change for Puerto Rico, they also recognize that many of their neighbors are still struggling to rebuild after Hurricane Maria devastated much of the island in September 2017. Some believe the island’s plights have been forgotten about and that they have been left to recover on their own.
 
In the immediate wake of Hurricane Maria, Charity Navigator published a list of highly-rated organizations that confirmed they were providing aid and relief to individuals and families affected by the storm. We recently surveyed these charities to see who is still present on the island and working alongside communities in need. Please consider supporting one of these trustworthy organizations as they continue to deliver much-needed short- and long-term support to the people of Puerto Rico.

Designated donations made from this page will be applied to charity programs per each charity's designation policies.

Charity (Sort A-Z)
Hispanic Federation four stars
First Book three stars
Heart to Heart International four stars
Direct Relief four stars
GlobalGiving four stars
Mercy Corps three stars
Water Mission four stars
All Hands and Hearts Smart Response four stars
International Relief Teams four stars

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