$30,000 for installing an emergency solar power generator at Escuela Alternativa de P.E.C.E.S that would provide solar energy for critical systems: basic security, the computer network, and the school cafeteria’s refrigerator.
Para la Naturaleza in San Juan:
$30,000 for eco-kits to be distributed to individuals in 30 targeted communities, and to outfit El Panes community center in Caguas with solar panels and batteries and a water filtration system.
Sol es Vida in Toa Alta:
$30,000 to help rebuild the community center that helps the community of Villas del Sol, Toa Baja.
Hogar la Milagrosa in Arecibo:
$25,000 to help rebuild the roof of a building housing 14 orphaned girls.
IDEBAJO in Jobos:
$25,000 for 8 solar fridges with freezers, materials to replace the roof of 5-7 houses and 6 gas stoves.
COPIPR in Piñones:
$25,000k to build El Burén y Fogón Comunitario, an indoor kitchen and outdoor stove to feed 75 people a day for six months.
Casa Pueblo de Adjuntas:
$19,860.00 to purchase 10 refrigerators and 2.5 freezers and cover the costs of marine freight, ground transportation, docking charges and taxes and administrative.
Juan Domingo en Acción in Guaynabo:
$20,000 to rebuild the high school La Nueva Escuela Juan Ponce de León.
Atención, Atención Foundation:
$30,000 to produce in partnership with Voices for Puerto Rico a series of training workshops and alternative tools for teachers in up to 10 local communities that each end with a final presentation for children in order to promote education post-Hurricane María.
Beta Local in San Juan:
$10,000 for grants to fund cultural producers initiatives through El Serrucho Post-Maria Emergency Fund.
Brownie Blondie Foundation:
$2500 to rescue animals in critical conditions.
$1500 to save one dog with deformation.
PR Dog Foundation:
$1000 to rescue abused and abandoned dogs in Puerto Rico.