How to Raise Money and Fundraise for Hurricane Maria (and Irma) Victims
Maria also made landfall in Puerto Rico, damaging property, inciting flooding, and cutting power. The weather was so severe on the island that CNN is now reporting that 100% of Puerto Rico is without electricity.
Maria’s next targets are Turks & Caicos and the Bahamas, and after losing some momentum while ashore in Puerto Rico, the storm has regained its strength and is up to a Category 3 storm.
If you’re here, it means you’re looking to help the victims of Hurricane Maria (and Hurricane Irma and Harvey and Jose). To get the word out about how to aid those affected by the hurricane, we’ve compiled this list of places to donate, how to raise money, and how to give your time.
At this point, any help you can give is needed. We don’t fully know how much damage Maria has caused and will cause, but what we do know is that the region has already been battered by Irma and needs whatever money we can send.
Here’s a comprehensive list of aid options to get you started.