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Make a donation today to help support those who have been affected by Hurricane Irma and Maria.

American Red Cross

The humanitarian organization is sending volunteers and supplies to Puerto Rico. Consider downloading its mobile apps for emergency preparedness tips and other vital information. The organization also invites people to donate blood.

Donate to American Red Cross here.

United for Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico's first lady, Beatriz Rosselló, has requested donations for the United for Puerto Rico fund. To make a donation to this initiative, which will go directly to helping the people of Puerto Rico, click here.

Catholic Charities USA

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Our prayers are with our brothers & sisters in PR.
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ConPRmetidos

This Puerto Rico-based nonprofit is accepting donations that will "be used first for immediate needs of food, shelter and water and then transition to long-term recovery efforts," the group says. You can donate here

Dominica Hurricane Maria Relief Fund

You can contribute to this crowdfunding effort here.

Global Giving

This crowdfunding nonprofit hope to raise $2 million to provide food, clean water, hygiene products and shelter to survivors. You can donate here.

Save the Children

Donate to Save the Children here. You can also make donations to their Facebook Page, and Facebook will match up to $1 million in donations. 

United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
The organization is raising money to help children affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria, as well as the deadly earthquake in Mexico.
You can contribute to UNICEF's efforts here

Salvation Army
To donate to the Salvation Army's hurricane relief efforts donate online here, call 1-800-SAL-ARMY or text STORM to 51555.

21 U.S. Virgin Island Relief Fund
Retired NBA star Tim Duncan is hoping to raise $5 million for his home country, the U.S. Virgin Islands.
"I was 13 years old when Hurricane Hugo ripped through my hometown in the Virgin Islands and had my life and community forever changed," Duncan said on his crowd-sourcing site. "I know exactly what kind of devastation a hurricane of this magnitude can cause and want to do all I can to aid in the relief efforts for the islanders."
Duncan said he will match donations up to $1 million. You can donate here.

GoFundMe
GoFundMe has created a centralized landing page to host all campaigns created for those affected by Hurricane Maria. This hub includes relief efforts for the victims and is being updated in real-time.

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity is assessing the housing and shelter needs in areas impacted by Hurricane Maria and is developing response options. Construction and long-term recovery plans will be determined after evaluations and will depend on the level of support it receives from donors, volunteers, corporate partners and other community organizations.
For more information on how to donate and volunteer, visit their website here.

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