THE FOUNDATION FOR PUERTO RICO
Foundation for Puerto Rico (FPR) is a 501c (3) public charity founded in 2011 that promotes opportunities for social and economic development in Puerto Rico mostly focus on promoting the visitor economy and transforming Puerto Rico as a destination for the world.
STABILIZING SMALL BUSINESS WITH A GRANT PROGRAM
through a grant fund to mitigate the loss of businesses in Puerto Rico. The first stage of this grant program was started with a $50,000 fund to revive key commercial neighborhoods in Santurce, Aguadilla and Ponce. Given the popularity of the program and the ongoing calls from small business owners requesting aid, FPR expanded the program to more communities and sectors in Puerto Rico.
WHAT WE'VE DONE
- Hosted 180 businesses and NGO’s to provide modern office facilities
- Served as certified fiscal agent to help other non-profit entities ensure monetary and physical goods are handled properly
Reached 151K individuals distributing water, food, furniture, and supplies
240 elderly care homes impacted
231 missions completed
Over 500 volunteers helping those who need it the most
370 water filters distributed
Impacted 167 small businesses with $428K in grants
10,500 people protected from vector-borne disease
66 Farmers revitalized with $147K
Implemented free Wi-Fi connectivity in different areas of Santurce
Easiest way to help. Just download, play and share!
Today you can do your part to help the island recover from this major storm by playing Relief Road: Puerto Rico.
Relief Road: Puerto Rico is a fun matching puzzle game that tells the story of an island in the process of rebuilding. Let others know about Relief Road: Puerto Rico by sharing it on Facebook. Together we will rebuild Puerto Rico!
All proceeds from ads and donations will go to hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico and two organizations involved in these efforts - Foundation for PR and Comprometidos. The more you play, the more you help those affected by the storm.
HURRICANE MARIA RELIEF FUND
Spearheading relief and recovery efforts from the private sector.
After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, we’ve been helping the private sector and local community-based organizations channel their resources to properly deliver immediate relief and support to more than three million U.S citizens on the island. At the same time, we’ve partnered up with Puerto Rican private sector leaders to redesign and rebuild the country and its path towards economic prosperity.