Here's How YOU Can Help the Victims of Hurricane Maria

American Red Cross: Donate $10 by texting “REDCROSS” to the number 90999. To donate another amount, visit the organization’s website.

The Hispanic Federation: The organization launched the UNIDOS Disaster Relief Fund, which donates 100% of proceeds directly to children, friends, and families devastated by not only Hurricane Maria but also the Mexico City earthquake. Text UNIDOS (space) YOUR AMOUNT (space) and YOUR NAME to 41444 to donate.

Unidos por Puerto Rico: Set up by Beatriz Roselló, the first lady of Puerto Rico, this organization accepts donations via PayPal and 1First Bank. Your personal contribution will also join donations from private-sector sponsors including Coca-Cola, Walgreens, Church’s Chicken, Burger King, and more. Go here to learn more.

Puerto Rican Leadership Council of South Florida: Though South Florida was hard hit by Hurricane Irma just weeks ago, this organization is raising supplies to help their neighbors in the Caribbean. Donations are being accepted at locations throughout Miami. Needed items include nonperishable food, diapers, bottled water, and clothing. For more information, contact Luis De Rosa at

Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort New Yorkers have a special place in their hearts for Puerto Ricans, given the city’s large population of emigres, and both Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo have launched initiatives to help the island recover. Residents can drop off critically needed items including diapers, baby food, batteries, first-aid supplies, and feminine hygiene products at 17 firehouses and EMS stations in all 5 boroughs. The group is also organizing volunteers, supplies, and monetary donations.

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