**Donations may be tax deductible. Rebuild Puerto Rico is under the Red Ventures owned non-profit organization, Stronger Than Ever.
Stronger Than Ever Tax ID number (EIN) 82-2906615.**
Fundraising Goal: $25,000
What is Rebuild Puerto Rico?
Rebuild Puerto Rico is a disaster relief fundraising campaign that will match 100% of the contributions made by donors, up to $25,000. All funds will go towards organizations aiding in the relief response efforts in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona. The cyclone struck the island on September 18, 2022, just days short of the 5-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria, a category 5 hurricane that devastated the island in 2017. Given the vast damages Hurricane Fiona has caused, Rebuild Puerto Rico is committed to raising money to help Puerto Ricans get back on their feet.
What is a 100% Match?
Rebuild Puerto Rico’s sponsor organization, Red Ventures, will match 100% of the collected funds, up to $25,000. For example, if you donate $50, we will contribute $50 as well.
Where is the money going?
We will support various non-profit organizations on the island with the funds gathered.
Who is behind Rebuild Puerto Rico?
Rebuild Puerto Rico is an initiative launched by Red Ventures, a global technology and media portfolio of companies. Red Ventures Puerto Rico is part of this platform and was founded by Red Ventures CEO and native Puerto Rican, Ric Elias, in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria to contribute to Puerto Rico’s resilience. Since then, Red Ventures Puerto Rico has trained over 220 Puerto Ricans, launched numerous initiatives including Platea and Nave, and has over 150 professionals in San Juan.
Puerto Rico After Hurricane Fiona
Hurricane Fiona caused historical flooding and left millions of Puerto Ricans without water and electricity. Municipalities faced record breaking rainfall, leaving dozens of communities underwater, and making it difficult for power crews to reach many parts of the island. One week after the hurricane, more than 600,000 residents remain without electricity and 20% still remain without water. The full impact Fiona had on Puerto Rico is yet to unravel, but it is clear that thousands were impacted and need aid.
Learn more about Fiona’s impact on Puerto Rico here: