Here's How YOU Can Help Victims Of Hurricane Maria

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO  SEPTEMBER 20: A palm tree is balanced on fallen power lines after Hurricane Maria at Condado in San Juan, Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017.
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Here's How YOU Can Help Victims Of Hurricane Maria

Show support for Puerto Rico, Mexico and more.

Published September 21st

This week, Hurricane Maria destroyed infrastructure and destabilized the lives of many vulnerable Caribbean people just days after Hurricane Irma hit. Puerto Rico and Mexico, specifically, got most of the brunt from the Category 4 storm. In light of the devastation, efforts are being made to help survivors rebuild their lives. Various campaigns have made getting involved easier than ever.

Here's how you can support hurricane victims:

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    Several campaigns to aid victims of Hurricane Maria have surfaced on fundraising websites like GoFundMe and Fundly.

  2. Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund
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    The Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund is raising £5,000,000 to help the people of Dominica in light of devastation from Hurricane Maria.

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    The United Nations Children's Fund supports the needs of children who were affected by Hurricane Maria by ensuring they have access to clean water, safe spaces, supplies and education.

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    In times of disaster, the American Red Cross distributes food and emergency supplies, opens overnight shelters, provides health care and deploys emergency response vehicles.

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    Global Giving's Caribbean Hurricane Maria + Irma Relief Fund aims to raise $2 million to meet survivors' immediate needs for food, water, hygiene and shelter. After, the fund will support longer-term recovery efforts run by local reputable organizations.

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    In response to Hurricane Maria, Save the Children is raising money to help children and families with emergency assistance.

  7. Unidos por Puerto Rico
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    The first lady of Puerto Rico Beatriz Rosselló's Unidos por Puerto Rico taps into the private sector to provide relief to Puerto Ricans who were affected by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria.

  8. Team Rubicon
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    Military veterans can help victims by volunteering with Team Rubicon, a business that connects skilled military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams.

Written by Christine Forbes

(Photo: Pablo Pantoja/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)


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