Hurricane Maria Relief Resources

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 To help those schools impacted by Hurricane Maria's devastating storm, AASA is serving as a national network. It is a role AASA began with Hurricane Katrina (2005), Hurricane Sandy (2012) and a tornado that ripped through the Oklahoma City area in 2013.

Below are ways you can donate to help those affected by Hurricane Maria, as well as a clearinghouse of tools and resources regarding hurricane relief.

External Ways to Donate

 Direct Relief's mission is to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty and emergencies. In Puerto Rico, the organization is focusing its relief efforts on the health facilities that serve people who rely on the healthcare safety net for essential services. Learn more about their Hurricane Maria response.

Save The Children has a Hurricane Maria Children's Relief Fund to provide critical aid to children and families in Puerto Rico. Learn more

 The Hispanic Federation launched "Unidos," a hurricane relief fund for Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico. A coalition of community organizations and elected officials joined this effort. Donate by visiting www.hispanicfederation.org/donate and select “Hurricane Relief Effort” from the drop-down menu.

Chef José Andrés and World Central Kitchen's Chef Relief Network are accepting donations to help fund food, fuel, chef travel and logistics to prepare and deliver meals in Puerto Rico. Learn more by following the hashtag, #ChefsForPuertoRico.

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 PBS Newshour lists ways on "How You Can Help Hurricane Victims in Puerto Rico."