First in. Last out. As UMCOR and UMVIM begin response to Dorian, they continue to bring help and hope to those recovering from storms named Maria, Irma, Harvey, and Michael.
Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico over one year ago. Now United Methodists from Michigan are among those helping in recovery efforts.
In the year since Hurricane Maria struck, UMCOR has contributed more than $20 million of relief aid to Puerto Rico.
Part 1 in a series, UMCOR in Michigan, features assistance being given to Puerto Ricans who relocated in Michigan after devastating 2017 hurricanes. A $100,000 UMCOR grant makes it possible.
Do you know Puerto Ricans who relocated to Michigan after Hurricane Maria? UMCOR wants to help.
An Early Response Team from Grand Rapids 1st UMC is home after 10 days at work in Puerto Rico.
Bishop Hector Ortiz is confident Puerto Rico’s future is bright as recovery from Hurricane Maria continues.
An Early Response Team from Grand Rapids First UMC is at work in Puerto Rico.
Methodists in Puerto Rico have rallied to serve those in need of food, clothing and emergency services.
Fifty solar generators made in Detroit are now providing much needed power in Puerto Rico.