We work with volunteers, other foundations, individuals and communities who's efforts align with our vision to enhance living conditions, and provide solutions for sustainable growth and development, throughout Puerto Rico and the Caribbean islands.
You can help these efforts and partner with us if you have projects that focus on:
On September 20th, 2017, Category 4 Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, leaving millions of American citizens without power and clean water for months and the unfortunate loss of 2,975 lives. Within a week, nearly 70 people, comprised mostly of Puerto Ricans residing in the Puget Sound Region, met in Seattle to discuss tangible ways to help provide immediate relief to victims of Hurricane Maria; this resulted in the creation of the . With the generous donations and support of those near and far, our volunteer-led non-profit organization has raised approximately $50,000 to date.
A year after the hurricane hit, we set a goal for 2,975 people, one for every loss of life, to donate $5, about the cost of a medium latte, towards our ongoing hurricane relief efforts. Will you join us in pledging to put down your latte for one day and
La Isla Foundation Board