PRxPR – a RELIEF & REBUILD FUND – a private, non-partisan, no overhead fund, was purposefully created to help Puerto Rico in the aftermath of two deeply devastating and unprecedented hurricanes.
in less than three months
What We Do
Committed to investing 100% of donations amongst the most critically affected communities, the Fund’s short and long-term humanitarian goals focus on food/agriculture, clean water and fuel/renewable energy initiatives.
Video by Carlos Rivera, Jose Cintron, Laura Cabrera
Who We Are
PRxPR was launched by a committed, diverse, and respected group of Puerto Rican business leaders in the US with extensive experience, broad networks, resources, and direct ties to Puerto Rico.
How To Help
There are many ways that you can help Puerto Rico in this time of incredible need. Donate. Activate. Advocate. It’s easy, impactful and important. 100% of monies donated go directly to the communities. Contributions to this Fund are fully tax deductible.
Fuel For Orphanages
Buying fuel for orphanages and low income elder homes to temporarily power up their facilities while the electrical grid is rebuilt in the island.
Solar Power Solutions
Deploying solar power systems in 100 community sites in some of the most affected and remote areas along the path of Hurricane Maria.
Photo credit: Resilient Power Puerto Rico
Water Purification Initiative
Supplying water purification systems to deliver over 30,000 gallons of drinkable water to children and elders in community sites such as the Children’s Pediatric Hospital of Puerto Rico, Casa Pueblo Community in Adjuntas and the Hogar de Forjadores de Esperanza Orphanage in Toa Alta, among others.
CELL TOWERS LOST
CROP VALUE LOST
POWER GRID DESTROYED
Every dollar you give goes directly to the neediest. Every time you share our stories, you inform another. Every contact you make to others of influence, can change a life. Donate. Activate. Advocate. Thank you.
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“An unprecedented amount of destruction, like Hurricane Irma and Maria’s, requires an unprecedented amount of aid, support, generosity and compassion. Puerto Rico is living a humanitarian crisis. We simply have to do more.”
Carmen Báez Founder, PRxPR
“We will work closely with trusted local organizations to ensure that we provide relief in a way that will have maximum impact on the neediest communities in PR.”
Jorge Silva Puras Co-Founder, PRxPR
“Hurricanes will continue to threaten our island. We are committed to help rebuild a sustainable Puerto Rico. Our grants support children, the elderly, and the sick, and focus on renewable power, food and clean water.”
Marilú Medina Co-Founder, PRxPR