The goal of the UNIDOS Disaster Relief and Recovery Program is to serve the immediate and long-term needs of families and communities in Puerto Rico. To do so, the Hispanic Federation has taken unprecedented action, helping to coordinate hundreds of donation drives in the U.S. mainland, distributing millions of pounds of food, water and essentials to those most affected by the storm, delivering emergency relief aid to the 78 hard-hit municipalities, and seeding 23 million dollars to support emergency relief and recovery projects throughout Puerto Rico. 


Our Impact

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78

OF 78 PUERTO RICAN MUNICIPALITIES SERVED 

7M

POUNDS OF WATER, FOOD AND OTHER GOODS DELIVERED ACROSS THE ISLANd

25

COORDINATED RELIEF FLIGHTS TO DELIVER MEDICAL SUPPLIES, EMERGENCY PERSONNEL, SOLAR PANELS, AND OTHER ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES 

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70

COMMUNITY GROUPS RECEIVED GRANTS TO LEAD RECOVERY AND RESIliENCY PROJECTS

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$23M

COMMITTED TO SUPPORT EMERGENCY RELIEF AND RECOVERY PROJECTS

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750,000

INDIVIDUALS PROVIDED WITH WATER FILTRATION SYSTEMS, MEDICAL SUPPORT, MEALS, SOLAR LAMPS, MOSQUITO NETS AND OTHER ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES AND SERVICES


A Message from Lin-Manuel Miranda

OCTOBER 24, 2017

Thirty five days after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, 85% of our American citizens on the island are still without power and most have no water. That’s why we continue to work hard to help Puerto Rico. In fact, over 100,000 of you, from every state and 23 countries have supported the Hispanic Federation Relief Effort.