PRRF - Week 3 Update

Immediate relief and humanitarian aid have been a priority for the Puerto Rico Recovery Fund.
Over 628,000 lbs. of supplies (water, food, medicines and hygiene kits) have been personally delivered to communities through 10 distribution centers established from coast to coast in partnership with community-based organizations. A well organized and highly effective distribution network of volunteers delivers supplies within 24 hours of their receipt. Also, this week emergency cash grants were handed to families in Comerío and Orocovis. As requested by the donor, a total of $40,000 will be distributed in cash grants of $200 to $400 to needy families.

PRRF - Week 1 Update

120,000 POUNDS OF WATER AND OTHER 50 THOUSAND POUNDS OF FOOD AND EMERGENCY SUPPLIES DISTRIBUTED IN FOUR DAYS AND ALWAYS WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THEIR RECEIPT

Ten distribution centers throughout Puerto Rico have been established by the Puerto Rico Recovery Fund, a fund created by the Center for a New Economy the day after hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico. Emergency supplies, water, food, and medicines are quickly distributed through this network of local partners, reaching communities from coast to coast, including the island of Vieques.