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Water, Food & Batteries Needed For Puerto Rico

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Ministerio de Acción Social CRECER, Inc. is helping the people of Puerto Rico with the relief efforts from Hurricane Maria. With collaboration of the First Baptist Church of Río Piedras, the missionaries of disaster relief of the Baptist Church from North Carolina and volunteers from t... Read More

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Ministerio de Acción Social CRECER, Inc. is helping the people of Puerto Rico with the relief efforts from Hurricane Maria. With collaboration of the First Baptist Church of Río Piedras, the missionaries of disaster relief of the Baptist Church from North Carolina and volunteers from the community, we are helping people by purifying water, cooking hot meals and distributing water-purification kits and batteries.

We have a lot of people in need. With your contribution, we can help them. The money will go towards water, canned goods, batteries and other things that help families in need.

Thank you for helping us and God Bless you!

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Water, Food & Batteries Needed For Puerto Rico

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Water, Food & Batteries Needed For Puerto Rico

pablo Canales, Treasurer on behalf of

Ministerio de Acción Social Crecer, inc.

We need your donation to help the people of Puerto Rico with water, food and batteries. As a result of Hurricane Maria, we are helping people by purifying water and distributing canned goods and batteries, as the island is without water and electricity.

pablo Canales

Pablo Canales is a hard worker that likes to help low-income families receive a better education and a chance to succeed.

Ministerio De Acción Social Crecer, Inc. is a non-profit organization that helps low-income children with education.

INTERNATIONAL: san juan PR, PR

Recent Donations

  • $500.00

    Gina Cortes

    October 25,2017

    The Cortes, Canales and Bigio families inspire me, primo!!! Casi cambio mi opinión cuando vi tu camisa de los cubs...Go White Sox!!