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Hurricane recovery

We have seen how much devastation and damages Puerto Rico have had but we are confident that together we can #BuildPuertoRico

About Recovery Fund

Our mission is to raise funds that invest in communities that support educational, cultural and development programs in Puerto Rico. As part of the organization's commitment, 100% of the donations received for the Hurricane Maria Recovery Fund will be invested to rebuild Puerto Rico through the thirteen centers managed by the Boys & Girls Clubs in Puerto Rico.

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Our Commitment to #BuildingPuertoRico together

October 1, 2017

We gathered with over 700 people at Banneker Recreation Center to run or walk a 5K where we raised $13,000 to Hurricane Maria Recovery Efforts. We want to thank Run Hope Work for organizing the event and Hijo e’ Plena for their music performance.

October 2, 2017

We were able to ship the first two generator to Aguada to allow for water to be pumped for thousands of families

October 3, 2017

One of our task force members, Jose Ortiz-Gaud, departed Dulles with medical reliefs that will land in Aguadilla. Special thanks to Ethan Leder, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of the Precision Medicine Group.

Click below for news reports:
FOX News Report
ABC 7 (WJLA) Report
Bethesda Magazine

October 6, 2017

We delivered a generator to the BGCPR in Las Margaritas

October 9, 2017

Items from the AmazonSmile Registry started arriving to the Boys and Girls Club in Residencial Las Margaritas

October 10, 2017

Two of our task force members, Angelique Sina and Jose Ortiz- Gaud landed in the Aguadilla airport to bring medical supplies to the five towns in northwest of the Island and the Boys & Girls Club Puerto Rico in Isabela. This was possible thanks to a private donor that is Friends of Puerto Rico.

October 11, 2017

Friends of Puerto Rico along with Cenadores Puerto Rico  and members of the diaspora hosted “Lechon y Chinchorreo” to raise funds that will translate into meals for 300 kids for 20 days (Monday to Friday) in the Boys and Girls Club Rehabilitation Center at Residencial Las Margaritas.  Our guests enjoyed Puerto Rican delicacies by Chef Manuel Iguina such as: lechón asado bites, tripleta sliders, tostones, empanadas y bolitas de mofongo.Thank you to our sponsors Ben Upstairs and Don Q.

October 21, 2017

Taskforce members departed from Florida with collected supplies and medicines from Texas, Maryland and DC in a 747 to Aguadilla to #BuildPuertoRico together

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