The Natasha Love Foundation for Nonviolence, and the Puerto Rican Institute of Art and Advocacy Inc. (PRIAA), State of Rhode Island are spearheading a fundraising and food campaign to help minimize the damage caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico on Sunday October 1, 2017. We will be stockpiling at Shriners Parking, 1 Rhodes Place in Cranston, RI 02905 from 10am to 6pm.
Puerto Rico was hit by Hurricane Maria on Wednesday, bringing heavy flooding and damage to the infrastructure of the island. There is no drinking water, electricity, and food supplies are scarce, resulting in street violence and looting in establishments.
The Natasha Love Foundation aims to help families and non-violence. Among its goals is to channel feelings of hostility in adolescents through the arts, it also promotes family values, communication, mental health, physical health and family health.
The Puerto Rican Institute of Arts and Advocacy, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting civic and cultural activities for Puerto Ricans in Rhode Island. We also have the collaboration of the George Lima Foundation and other organizations.
Checks or money orders on behalf of: The Natasha Love Foundation, PO Box 8902, Cranston, RI 02920, in the memo, "Hurricane Maria Relief", or hand delivered on October 1, 2017 at the event location.
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