The Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America is a Program Partner with the Alliance of Baptists. Uniting Baptists with peacemakers from various faith traditions across North America, the BPFNA provides resources, training, and advocacy while working for justice. They have recently published a simple guide with ways that we can help the continuing relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
From the BPFNA's most recent newsletter:
If you’re looking for somewhere to donate funds or supplies to help with relief efforts in Puerto Rico, please see below for a couple options. These sources were provided to us by people in our network on the ground doing this work, so you can be assured that all funds and supplies will go to where they are needed.
To donate needed supplies, please send those to La Primera Iglesia Bautista de Rio Piedras, 1058 Calle Brumbaugh, Rio Piedras, PR 00925.
If anyone wants to volunteer with relief efforts in Puerto Rico and isn't sure where to start, please contact Crucita Ortiz, Executive Associate Minister of Baptist Churches of PR, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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