Nonprofits: Join Unidos PA’PR to help Puerto Ricans at home and abroad - Generocity Philly


Nov. 1, 2017 11:52 am

Nonprofits: Join Unidos PA’PR to help Puerto Ricans at home and abroad

The coalition is hosting a breakfast this Friday morning for those interested in helping its disaster relief efforts.

Unidos PA'PR.

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It’s been almost two months since hurricanes Maria and Irma struck Puerto Rico, and the island is still rebuilding.

Philadelphia is home to over 120,000 Puerto Ricans. A coalition of local organizations and political actors calling themselves Unidos PA’PR have been collecting money and goods such as generators, water and mosquito repellant to send to those in need on the island since mid-September — as much as 480,000 pounds, by its own estimate.

Coalition members include Councilwomen Maria Quiñones-Sánchez, the city’s Office of Immigrant Affairs and nonprofits Concilio and Taller Puertorriqueño.

Per Unidos PA’PR: “As many Puerto Ricans decide to evacuate the island and come to Pennsylvania in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, they will need our help.”

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Want to offer some? The group is hosting a breakfast for nonprofits interested in supporting its efforts this Friday morning at Taller (2600 N. 5th St.).

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