Join us in rebuilding our communities from the Bottom Up and help Puerto Rico thrive!

On Giving Tuesday, give the gift of hope and solidarity with Puerto Rico. Your gift will fuel rebuilding and recovery efforts around the island.

Make a gift!

If you are making a gift in honor of someone, you will be able to enter their contact information when you make a gift. If you provide their email address, we will send them an e-card informing them of your gift. If you provide a mailing address, we will send them a printed holiday card, postmarked from Puerto Rico.

*For other donations alternatives, such as wire transfers, check deposits, among others, please contact us at or 787-773-1100





Foundation for Puerto Rico (FPR) is a 501(c)(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.


Lessons Learned: Small Business Cash Grant Program

On September 5th, almost a year after Hurricane María, we presented the lessons learned from our Small Business Support Program and policy recommendations to support businesses after major disasters. Likewise, we announced a crowd funding campaign through which we aspire to raise $240,000 to continue supporting the backbone of Puerto Rico’s economy, small businesses.

The first look at the results of our Bottom Up Destination Recovery Initiative: Orocovis

On June 13th, 2018, after months engulfed in Orocovis as part of our Bottom Up Destination Recovery Initiative, we presented the results of the first phase of our pilot. Known as the 'Heart of Puerto Rico', Orocovis is now better equipped to begin a destination-planning phase.

The 6 pillars of the new infrastructure and the visitor economy as a reconstruction model.

On May 2nd, 2018 we presented the “Visitor-Based Economic Development”, an investigation commissioned by Foundation for Puerto Rico to the firm Estudios Técnicos. In the event we discussed the key elements of infrastructure and an innovative model for the succesful economic development of Puerto Rico. As part of the investigation, the consulting firm proposed a new conceptual model that is based on six elements impacting tourism: Physical, Social, Institutional, Cultural, Knowledge and Environmental. 



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.