An estimated 1 million Puerto Ricans are still without power two months after the storm. In the US Virgin Islands, more than 60% of the residents have no electricity. In Barbuda, the entire island had to be evacuated, and now residents are trying to return to rebuild. During the season of giving, there are so many ways to give back.
Be a sponsor of hope and support food, essential supplies, and programs for agricultural support and women's empowerment.
Join a Field Team, host an event, or get involved with your community. Convoy of Hope has opportunities in the US and around the world. Learn about initiatives in the Caribbean, the US, and beyond.
Give the gift of shelter from the elements, and a place to call home. Sponsor tools and tents, or an entire box of basic necessities.
Have a dinner party with family and friends, and raise funds for those in need of safe light and shelter. Find resources to get started, exclusive recipes, and tips about how to host the perfect event.
Share light with those without power. $10 sponsors a solar lantern to help a family find safety and comfort after dark.
Together, we can families survive and thrive. Thank you for your support!
After a devastating hurricane season, LuminAID partnered with local Chicago organizations to get more safe light to those in need. Through the Chicago4PR campaign, Chicagoans came together to raise solar lanterns for families without power in Puerto Rico.Through October and November, over $100,000 was raised through the Give Light Program and matching contributions of the Chicago4PR campaign. Thanks to the generosity of LuminAID supporters and Chicago organizations, more than 10,000 solar lanterns were pledged for disaster relief in Puerto Rico.