The Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort for Puerto Rico

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Volunteer
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New Yorkers can support the men, women and children of Puerto Rico by volunteering at, or contributing to, one of the following organizations:

In addition, at the request of Governor Rosselló, Governor Cuomo encourages donations to United for Puerto Rico: Together Changing Paths, a 501(c)3 organization, operating under the guidance of the First Lady of Puerto Rico Beatriz Rosselló. 

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Donate
Donate
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Governor Cuomo has engaged the Partnership for New York City, the city’s leading business organization, to establish the Puerto Rico Relief & Rebuilding Fund at New York Community Trust, a public foundation, that will make grants to local charitable organizations in Puerto Rico that are helping with recovery and rebuilding from the devastation of Hurricane Maria, focusing on the most needy households and communities. Funds and in kind contributions are being solicited from the business community, with a minimum donation of $10,000.

Make a donation to:

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Aid for Puerto Rico
Aid for Puerto Rico
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New York has provided:

  • 1000+ personnel:
    • Nearly 600 personnel from the National Guard, State Police, Port Authority, NYPA, DHSES, and DEC
    • More than 450 utility workers helping to restore power
    • More than 150 physicians and medical personnel

  • 4,400 pallets of supplies collected from 13 donation sites across the State:
    • 3.2 million bottles of water and more than 1,000 community water filtration systems
    • 3.1 million baby wipes and 1.9 million diapers
    • More than 100,000 containers of baby food and 90,000 canned goods
    • 5,000 first aid kits, 13,000 flashlights, 8,600 solar lamps
    • More than $1 million in critical medication and supplies
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