Hurricane Maria Community Recovery Fund

The devastating effects of hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico are still unfolding, but one thing is certain—the island's most vulnerable communities have been pummeled the hardest and face the longest road to recovery. The Hurricane Maria Community Relief & Recovery Fund will be housed at the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD). One hundred percent of funds raised will be used to support immediate relief, recovery, and equitable rebuilding in Puerto Rico for the communities hit hardest.


Support relief and long-term equitable rebuilding


Help with critical short and long-term priorities


Support communities on the frontlines


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Impact

$50 helps...

transport volunteer relief teams around the island

$100 helps...

provide solar chargers and boots to local relief coordinators

$500 helps...

organize local gatherings to plan equitable rebuilding efforts

$1,000 helps...

ship donations gathered throughout the US to Puerto Rico

$5,000 helps...

provide critically needed food and water

$10,000 helps...

ensure input from vulnerable communities in the rebuilding effort

$25,000 helps...

support the rebuilding of Loiza, a hard hit Afro-Caribbean town

$50,000 helps...

coordinate a national relief center in San Juan

$100,000 helps...

local organizations drive long-term equitable rebuilding efforts