DOCTORS NEEDED. Puerto Rico: hurricane Maria.

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I need a doctor who is willing to volunteer tomorrow. Today was one of the hardest days yet. I ran into a community leader in Florida, Puerto Rico and she did her homework of figuring out who is disabled and what their needs are. We found an old man by himself, with no water and too old to do anything. We got him moved to a care center. We found an old woman that was in excruciating pain from ulcers and then one that was hours away from dying, with no oxygen, we got that squared and then we got to two more without water. We have to go back tomorrow with more supplies and I definitely need a doctor for this second trip. View more pictures and read more at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10155076694627759&set=pcb.10155076695317759&type=3&theater

Help Puerto Rico: A List of Trusted Organizations Offering Aid.

Help Puerto Rico: A List of Trusted Organizations Offering Aid

VIDEO: Beatriz Rossello, the First Lady of Puerto Rico, is leading the effort to have “Emergency Stop and Go Service Stations” around the island.

Emergency Stop and Go Service Stations offering:
-psychological & physical medical services
-computer center with internet
-TV area with Direct TV
-Sport Center area
-Kids zone
-Hot food

In this video, she lists where each station is located. Watch video at https://www.facebook.com/108679513654/videos/10155239482228655/

She also told us about United for Puerto Rico’, the initiative that is intended to raise money for the island, in collaboration with the private sector. To donate, visit www.unidosporpuertorico.com

Elderly citizens, like dialysis patient Pedro López Torres, are up against increasing dangers in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Help is still urgently needed in Puerto Rico. Make an emergency donation.

Hurricane Maria destroyed their homes and cut off their electricity – as the crisis wears on, elderly people in Puerto Rico face increasing risks and dangers.

Pedro López Torres is living in a high school classroom in Adjuntas, a small municipality in the central highlands of Puerto Rico, since his home was destroyed by Hurricane Maria. About 80 families who lost their homes are also seeking shelter at the school. Now in his 70’s, and a dialysis patient for 15 years, López Torres has been fortunate to find transportation to and from a hospital for treatment in the weeks since the storm on September 20. Elderly citizens, like dialysis patient Pedro López Torres, are up against increasing dangers in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Help is still urgently needed in Puerto Rico. Make an emergency donation at oxf.am/puerto-rico-donate Read more at https://www.oxfamamerica.org/explore/stories/elderly-struggle-to-survive-in-wake-of-maria/

Support my counsins Jorge & Laura Posada’s humanitarian work in Puerto Rico!

Peace Love World Limited edition Puerto Rico t-shirt

Funds raised will help us continue or efforts in the Island. Ya tenemos listas las t-shirts de Team Posada. Compra la tuya hoy para ayudar nuestra misión en Puerto Rico. Team Posada t-shirts are available now. Click on the link to get yours today. All proceeds go the Puerto Rico. $25.00 Read more at http://www.lauraposada.com/product/peace-love-world-limited-edition-puerto-rico-t-shirt/

VIDEO: When sending mail and packages to PR.

IMPORTANT – Think your mail to PR got stolen? Chances are IT WAS NOT… Maybe you over-packed the box and did not put enough mailing-tape and it broke on the way and It’s probably here being fixed by these USPS guys, who try their best to fix them or re-pack them and gather most of the items that fell from them. Sometimes they can’t even figure out which items belonged to a box so next time please pack your stuff adequately, wrap around several times with enough mailing-tape and don’t over-fill. THANK YOU! Watch video at https://www.facebook.com/prinforma/videos/1729315883786468/