Business Recovery Organizations
Colmena 66: a regional referral network which links business owners to local and regional resource partners who provide services and aid businesses.
Causa Local: provides small business owners with data and support on developing their businesses.
ConPRmetidos: a non-profit organization that collaborates closely with entities to develop projects, with the goal to drive growth opportunities for Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico Small Business and Technology Development Centers: offers advisory and training services to entrepreneurs from all sectors.
Foundation for Puerto Rico: a non-profit that promotes opportunities for social and economic development in Puerto Rico.
SCORE: provides free business mentoring and education to small and medium businesses.
Volunteer Civil Engineers: a group of Puerto Rican professionals and structural engineers who provide Puerto Rico with free inspection services to those most in need.
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Levanta tu Negocio: information compiled through this survey will allow identification of opportunity areas in strengthening current business support.
Centro para Emprendedores: collects information for organizations and entities that can channel financial aid, consulting sessions, technical services, and other support available to affected businesses.
Ready.gov: public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American people to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and manmade disasters.
RestoreYourEconomy.org: provides resources and best practice information for public and private stakeholders who are seeking to rebuild their local economies and assist the business community in preparing for a disruption.
Fema National Flood Insurance Program: aims to reduce the impact of flooding on private and public structures by providing affordable insurance and encouraging communities to adopt floodplain management regulations.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security's National Disaster Recovery Framework
Business Impact Analysis
Successful Disaster Recovery
Small Business Administration Disaster Loans
Planning for Post-Disaster Recovery: Next Generation
Cámara de Comercio de Puerto Rico
Asociación de Hoteles y Turismo de Puerto Rico
Centro de Convenciones de Puerto Rico Pedro Roselló
Compañía de Turismo de Puerto Rico
Autoridad para las Alianzas Público Privadas
Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Comercio
Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company (PRIDCO)
Asociación de Comercio al Detal
Puerto Rico SBTDC
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
Departamento del Trabajo y Recursos Humanos
Centro para Puerto Rico
Official Updates Sources
Humanitarian Aid Organizations
Puerto Rico Food Bank: mitigates hunger throughout Puerto Rico through their volunteers, food distribution, food, and educational programs.
EcoExploratorio: accepts donations to distribute in areas affected by the earthquake.
Puerto Rico Rise Up: a nonprofit organization comprised of a group of professional Puerto Rican women to bring help and comfort to those in need.
World Central Kitchen: under the leadership of Chef José Andrés, has served more than 3.7 million meals to each of the 78 municipalities on the island, thus becoming the largest food operation on the island.
Salvation Army: offers programs that serve different segments of the population and are closely linked to the areas of greatest need in Puerto Rico.
Direct Relief: a humanitarian aid organization with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies.
Giving Tuesday PR: is a global, non-profit movement that promotes solidarity between people, organizations, and businesses.
Hispanic Federation: the UNIDOS Disaster Relief and Recovery Program serves the immediate and long-term needs of families and communities in Puerto Rico, by delivering emergency relief aid to the 78 hard-hit municipalities and supporting recovery projects in the island.
American Red Cross : helps families, military personnel, and veterans in times of emergency, and guides the community on disaster preparedness, health and safety.
Hispanics in Philanthropy: collaborates with several organizations and nonprofits in Puerto Rico aiding the island’s recovery after the recent seismic activity.
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