Volunteer in Puerto Rico and help residents recover from Hurricane Maria
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
608 people are interested
In the Fall of 2017, Hurricane Maria’s 155 mph ferocious winds plowed through the island of Puerto Rico, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. Nearly three months after the disaster, many people living on the island are left without electricity, clean water, and the necessities needed to rebuild their home after the disaster.
Our US Response team leapt into action in late December, and we have committed to helping the families in Yabucoa and Barranquitas, where we will be helping clean up after the destruction of the storms and aiding them into the recovery process.
Puerto Rico has a long road ahead, and our Volunteers have committed for the long term to help survivors recover and rebuild. We hope to welcome you in Puerto Rico soon!
Volunteering with All Hands and Hearts is completely free, and we provide accommodation and meals for each work day. No construction experience is required - just an eagerness to work hard for a good cause.
All Hands and Hearts BaseYabucoa, Puerto Rico
- Disaster Response
- Disaster Cleanup
- Civil Engineering
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- We don't require any previous construction knowledge or skills! Everyone is welcome.