CARIBBEAN SCHOOLS RISE

This campaign ended on May 31, 2018, but you can still make a gift to Baldwin School of Puerto Rico by clicking here!

LET'S REBUILD SCHOOLS IN PUERTO RICO
AND GET KIDS BACK TO LEARNING!

The overwhelming majority of schools in Puerto Rico suffered damage during Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Many schools are in crisis, NOT recovery. Please help us get our schools up and running. 


On September 20, the island of Puerto Rico was decimated by Hurricane Maria. A humanitarian crisis continues to unfold. Our hopes to rebuild lie with our children, and that is where our efforts must be directed. Many island schools suffered major damages. An overwhelming majority of schools have yet to reopen, and others offer reduced hours and partial programs. Our children deserve to continue their learning and their schools need to rebuild all that was lost.


In light of this, the Baldwin School of Puerto Rico is raising money to provide hurricane relief grants to public schools affected by Irma and María. These schools are in dire need of funds to repair their facilities, purchase materials and books, provide food and water to their students, and restore a sense of normalcy among their communities.


Our postal system is still working through extreme backlogs in their distribution. FEMA still holds obvious priority. In light of these factors and the cost of shipping, the best way to make a difference now is through a monetary donation. Additionally, all supplies will be purchased locally to support our struggling economy.


All proceeds from funds raised through this campaign will be used for direct relief efforts. No portion of these funds will go to support Baldwin School. We are fortunate to be fully operational these past few weeks, and intend for all schools to have the same opportunity. An expedited grant process will ensure swift relief to the neediest schools.


When our kids are in a safe learning environment, they are better able to cope and regain a sense of normalcy. Every donation can make a difference. Together we can keep education a top priority. 


Time is of the essence. Please donate today!


As a 501(c)3 organization, all of your donations are fully tax deductible as applicable by law.


If you prefer to send a check, please make it out to: "Baldwin School of Puerto Rico" 

Mail to:
Baldwin School of PR
Attn: Development Office
PO Box 1827
Bayamón PR 00960


Have a question? Feel free to contact us development@baldwin-school.org 




IS YOUR SCHOOL IN NEED OF HURRICANE RELIEF SUPPORT?

Please click here to submit a grant application.



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  • NOAA
  • El Nuevo Día
  • Callie Lipkin/Boston Globe
  • Tatiana Fernandez
  • Flores-Rodriguez Family
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