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Fiscal Sponsorships  Asociación Maunabeña de Pequeños Agricultores  Climbing Life Relief Team Project  Citi Community Development  Colectivo ilé  IDEBAJO  Needs Educational Foundation  Organización Boricuá  ProTechos  VAMOS Concertación Ciudadana

Alliances  AmeriCorps Disaster Response Team  Asociación de Salud Primaria de Puerto Rico  Asociación de Maestros de Puerto Rico People participating in rain water harvesting workshop at Plenitud in Las Marías.

 Bosque Modelo  Coro de la UPR y Coralia  Enterprise Community Partners  Hispanic Federation

IMMEDIATE RELIEF

 Municipio de Loíza

 $1,785,854 in grants to more than 123 nonprofit organizations

 Oxfam

 210 water purifiers

 Puerto Rico No Está Apaga’o

 54 electricity generators

 Ricky Martín Foundation

 78 impacted municipalities

 Somos Solar

 More than 78,000 people served by recipient organizations

 Taller Salud

 Nuestra Escuela

The Community Recovery Fund of Puerto Rico has been strengthened with contributions from community and private foundations, corporations, individuals and families within and outside of Puerto Rico*. ACT for Alexandria Community Foundation ActBlue Charities Adam R. Bronfman Family Foundation Alpern Family Foundation, Inc. Amgen Foundation Arkansas Community Foundation Benevity Causes BK&C Foundation Bright Funds Foundation California Community Foundation Capital Group Charitable Foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York Casey Family Programs Causecast Foundation Center for Disaster Philanthropy Central Florida Foundation CFLeads Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Charlevoix County Community Foundation Community Foundation Boulder County Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties Community Foundation for Monterey County Community Foundation for Southwest Washington Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region Community Foundation of Collier County Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Community Foundation of New Jersey Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Crown Family Philanthropies Dell Employees & Corp. Match - Your Cause, LLC Douglas County Community Foundation Dubois County Community Foundation East Bay Community Foundation Fidelity Charitable FP Worthen Foundation Fundación Plaza Las Américas Give Back Foundation GlobalGiving Foundation Greater Cincinnati Foundation Greater Milwaukee Foundation Greater New Orleans Foundation

Greater Washington Community Foundation Hispanic Federation Hispanics in Philanthropy Howard P. Colhoun Family Foundation Interaction Institute for Social Change Jewish Communal Fund John S. and James L. Knight Foundation JP Morgan Chase Foundation / JP Morgan Employees Giving Fund JustGive Lincoln Community Foundation Maine Community Foundation Marguerite Casey Foundation Marin Community Foundation Medtronic Foundation Minneapolis Foundation Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust Morrison & Foerster Foundation NBPA Foundation Network for Good New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Nordstrom Charitable Giving Oklahoma City Community Foundation OneOC - Charity Giving Card Fund Oxfam America Inc. Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation Paso del Norte Charitable Foundation Paypal Giving Fund Perrigo Company Charitable Foundation Plum Foundation Prince Charitable Trusts Prince Foundation Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands at EDC

Renaissance Charitable Foundation Rochester Area Community Foundation Ruth Mott Foundation Schwab Charitable Fund Seattle Foundation Silicon Valley Community Foundation Simons Foundation St. Louis Community Foundation Stanislaus Community Foundation The Boston Foundation The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates The Cleveland Foundation The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County The Giving Network - Rutgers Presbyterian Church The Heinz Endowments The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey The Joyce Foundation The Kresge Foundation The Miami Foundation The Nord Family Foundation The Oregon Community Foundation The Pittsburgh Foundation The Prospect Hill Foundation The Prudential Foundation The San Diego Foundation The San Francisco Foundation The Shannon Foundation, Inc. The Shepard Broad Foundation, Inc. The Shimkin Foundation TisBest Philanthropy Trisons Foundation, Inc. W.K. Kellogg Foundation Wahlert Foundation Wells Fargo Bank Winky Foundation YourCause, LLC

*This list only includes community foundations, private foundations, and other nonprofit institutions inside and Fundación Comunitaria outside of Puerto Rico. It also includes contributions through crowdfunding companies. dedifferent Puerto Rico 1719 Ave. Juan Ponce de León, San Juan, PR, 00909

Fundación Comunitaria FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA de PuertoRICO Rico DE PUERTO 1719 Ave. Juan Ponce de León, San Juan, PR, 00909

www.fcpr.org 787-721-1037 PO BOX 70362 San Juan, PR, 00936-8362 FCPR@fcpr.org @FundacionComunitaria @FComunitaria

www.fcpr.org 787-721-1037 PO BOX 70362 San Juan, PR, 00936-8362 FCPR@fcpr.org @FundacionComunitaria @FComunitaria @fundacioncomunitaria Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico #ImpulsoAlCapitalComunitario

Transparency report

Two years after hurricane María

Community capital growth

FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA DE PUERTO RICO


FROM EMERGENCY TO SUSTAINABILITY After the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico raised $15 million through the Puerto Rico Community Recovery Fund. The Fund has awarded $9.8 million in grants, capacity building and technical assistance to nonprofit organizations for immediate relief and sustainable renovation in our communities and in grants for individuals and scholarships.

Access to Renewable Energy

■ Solarizing the Island of Culebra. The U.S. Economic Development Administration awarded a $4.1 million grant to Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico for a project that will provide business and nonprofits organization in Culebra access to solar energy and storage infrastructure. ■ Toro Negro, Ciales, became the first solar community in Puerto Rico owned and managed by its residents, connecting 28 homes through 20 microgrids. ■ 9 low-income rental homes in Esperanza Village, Juncos, have their own microgrid, recognized as the first solar microgrid certified by the Puerto Rico Energy Bureau. ■ 25 homes in Loiza have solar energy systems.

FUTURE

■ 52 houses reconstructed by 5 community housing development organizations in 15 towns. ■ 26 houses built in Loíza. ■ More than 5,000 people supported in their housing relocation process. Francisca Ortiz and Fernando Alvarado in their built home in Coamo, PR.

Toro Negro Solar Community, Ciales, PR

■ 37 community health care clinics provided with access to solar energy for their emergency rooms and/or refrigerators. ■ 7 community aqueducts empowered with solar energy.

Students' readiness and support for teachers

Hydroponic project at Centro de Adiestramiento a Personas con Impedimento (CAPI) in Aibonito, PR.

■ Provided more than 1,300 backpacks and supplies for students. ■ 92 educators from 21 municipalities and 37 schools received funding to strengthen their educational strategies.

Río Chiquito Community Aqueduct, Ponce, PR

Access to Water

ACTION + TRANSFORMATION

Partners of the Alliance for Peace: For A New Loíza: Dr. Nelson Colón, president of FCPR; Ana Iris Guzmán, executive president of Nuestra Escuela; Tania Rosario, executive director of Taller Salud; and Jaime Guzmán, representative of the My Brother’s Keeper initiative of the Obama Foundation.

Access to Housing

■ 30 community aqueducts strengthened through technical assistance, of which 11 received grants for intrastructure. ■ 2 community aqueduct convenings: Añasco y Aguas Buenas, with 143 participants.

■ Established Alliance for Peace: For a New Loíza to reduce violence and offer education and employment opportunities for youth in the municipality.

NEW FUNDS

Established to meet emergency needs Blackwood Trust 2014 Fund 118 grants to individuals DLC Ogilvy Hurricane Relief Fund 8 grants to individuals Fondo de Ayuda al Artesano Puertorriqueño 49 grants to artisans Hispanic Federation Puerto Rico Recovery and Relief Fund 354 grants to students and 7 grants to nonprofit organizations in Vieques y Culebra

Investing in economic development ■ $232,500 invested in 11 microenterprise community incubators to provide technical assistance and incentives during different stages of incubation.

Communiy development

New York Healthcare’s Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fund 263 grants to individuals Pennsylvania Unidos por Puerto Rico** PR NOW: Western PR and Central Mountain Recovery Fund 8 grants to nonprofit organizations in the western region of Puerto Rico Woman’s Club of Glen Ridge 1 grant to Programa de Apoyo y Enlace Comunitario

A grantee of the New York Healthcare’s Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fund.   

Donor advised*

Funds that provided emergency grants Fondo Anónimo 8 grants Fondo José Miguel Agrelot 1 grant

■ 3 social enterprises received technical assistance. ■ $644,000 granted to economic development projects.

Grantees of the Hispanic Federation Puerto Rico Recovery and Relief Fund.

Fondo Shonali Choudhury 8 grants Fondo Fundación Toyota 4 grants to nonprofit organizations * Donors with established funds in Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico facilitated grants and scholarships to support the emergency. ** Established in 2019 (still in the granting process)

Community micro-enterprise incubator workshop.

A student in the Diego Vázquez School, in Caguas.


FROM EMERGENCY TO SUSTAINABILITY After the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico raised $15 million through the Puerto Rico Community Recovery Fund. The Fund has awarded $9.8 million in grants, capacity building and technical assistance to nonprofit organizations for immediate relief and sustainable renovation in our communities and in grants for individuals and scholarships.

Access to Renewable Energy

■ Solarizing the Island of Culebra. The U.S. Economic Development Administration awarded a $4.1 million grant to Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico for a project that will provide business and nonprofits organization in Culebra access to solar energy and storage infrastructure. ■ Toro Negro, Ciales, became the first solar community in Puerto Rico owned and managed by its residents, connecting 28 homes through 20 microgrids. ■ 9 low-income rental homes in Esperanza Village, Juncos, have their own microgrid, recognized as the first solar microgrid certified by the Puerto Rico Energy Bureau. ■ 25 homes in Loiza have solar energy systems.

FUTURE

■ 52 houses reconstructed by 5 community housing development organizations in 15 towns. ■ 26 houses built in Loíza. ■ More than 5,000 people supported in their housing relocation process. Francisca Ortiz and Fernando Alvarado in their built home in Coamo, PR.

Toro Negro Solar Community, Ciales, PR

■ 37 community health care clinics provided with access to solar energy for their emergency rooms and/or refrigerators. ■ 7 community aqueducts empowered with solar energy.

Students' readiness and support for teachers

Hydroponic project at Centro de Adiestramiento a Personas con Impedimento (CAPI) in Aibonito, PR.

■ Provided more than 1,300 backpacks and supplies for students. ■ 92 educators from 21 municipalities and 37 schools received funding to strengthen their educational strategies.

Río Chiquito Community Aqueduct, Ponce, PR

Access to Water

ACTION + TRANSFORMATION

Partners of the Alliance for Peace: For A New Loíza: Dr. Nelson Colón, president of FCPR; Ana Iris Guzmán, executive president of Nuestra Escuela; Tania Rosario, executive director of Taller Salud; and Jaime Guzmán, representative of the My Brother’s Keeper initiative of the Obama Foundation.

Access to Housing

■ 30 community aqueducts strengthened through technical assistance, of which 11 received grants for intrastructure. ■ 2 community aqueduct convenings: Añasco y Aguas Buenas, with 143 participants.

■ Established Alliance for Peace: For a New Loíza to reduce violence and offer education and employment opportunities for youth in the municipality.

NEW FUNDS

Established to meet emergency needs Blackwood Trust 2014 Fund 118 grants to individuals DLC Ogilvy Hurricane Relief Fund 8 grants to individuals Fondo de Ayuda al Artesano Puertorriqueño 49 grants to artisans Hispanic Federation Puerto Rico Recovery and Relief Fund 354 grants to students and 7 grants to nonprofit organizations in Vieques y Culebra

Investing in economic development ■ $232,500 invested in 11 microenterprise community incubators to provide technical assistance and incentives during different stages of incubation.

Communiy development

New York Healthcare’s Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fund 263 grants to individuals Pennsylvania Unidos por Puerto Rico** PR NOW: Western PR and Central Mountain Recovery Fund 8 grants to nonprofit organizations in the western region of Puerto Rico Woman’s Club of Glen Ridge 1 grant to Programa de Apoyo y Enlace Comunitario

A grantee of the New York Healthcare’s Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fund.   

Donor advised*

Funds that provided emergency grants Fondo Anónimo 8 grants Fondo José Miguel Agrelot 1 grant

■ 3 social enterprises received technical assistance. ■ $644,000 granted to economic development projects.

Grantees of the Hispanic Federation Puerto Rico Recovery and Relief Fund.

Fondo Shonali Choudhury 8 grants Fondo Fundación Toyota 4 grants to nonprofit organizations * Donors with established funds in Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico facilitated grants and scholarships to support the emergency. ** Established in 2019 (still in the granting process)

Community micro-enterprise incubator workshop.

A student in the Diego Vázquez School, in Caguas.


FROM EMERGENCY TO SUSTAINABILITY After the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico raised $15 million through the Puerto Rico Community Recovery Fund. The Fund has awarded $9.8 million in grants, capacity building and technical assistance to nonprofit organizations for immediate relief and sustainable renovation in our communities and in grants for individuals and scholarships.

Access to Renewable Energy

■ Solarizing the Island of Culebra. The U.S. Economic Development Administration awarded a $4.1 million grant to Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico for a project that will provide business and nonprofits organization in Culebra access to solar energy and storage infrastructure. ■ Toro Negro, Ciales, became the first solar community in Puerto Rico owned and managed by its residents, connecting 28 homes through 20 microgrids. ■ 9 low-income rental homes in Esperanza Village, Juncos, have their own microgrid, recognized as the first solar microgrid certified by the Puerto Rico Energy Bureau. ■ 25 homes in Loiza have solar energy systems.

FUTURE

■ 52 houses reconstructed by 5 community housing development organizations in 15 towns. ■ 26 houses built in Loíza. ■ More than 5,000 people supported in their housing relocation process. Francisca Ortiz and Fernando Alvarado in their built home in Coamo, PR.

Toro Negro Solar Community, Ciales, PR

■ 37 community health care clinics provided with access to solar energy for their emergency rooms and/or refrigerators. ■ 7 community aqueducts empowered with solar energy.

Students' readiness and support for teachers

Hydroponic project at Centro de Adiestramiento a Personas con Impedimento (CAPI) in Aibonito, PR.

■ Provided more than 1,300 backpacks and supplies for students. ■ 92 educators from 21 municipalities and 37 schools received funding to strengthen their educational strategies.

Río Chiquito Community Aqueduct, Ponce, PR

Access to Water

ACTION + TRANSFORMATION

Partners of the Alliance for Peace: For A New Loíza: Dr. Nelson Colón, president of FCPR; Ana Iris Guzmán, executive president of Nuestra Escuela; Tania Rosario, executive director of Taller Salud; and Jaime Guzmán, representative of the My Brother’s Keeper initiative of the Obama Foundation.

Access to Housing

■ 30 community aqueducts strengthened through technical assistance, of which 11 received grants for intrastructure. ■ 2 community aqueduct convenings: Añasco y Aguas Buenas, with 143 participants.

■ Established Alliance for Peace: For a New Loíza to reduce violence and offer education and employment opportunities for youth in the municipality.

NEW FUNDS

Established to meet emergency needs Blackwood Trust 2014 Fund 118 grants to individuals DLC Ogilvy Hurricane Relief Fund 8 grants to individuals Fondo de Ayuda al Artesano Puertorriqueño 49 grants to artisans Hispanic Federation Puerto Rico Recovery and Relief Fund 354 grants to students and 7 grants to nonprofit organizations in Vieques y Culebra

Investing in economic development ■ $232,500 invested in 11 microenterprise community incubators to provide technical assistance and incentives during different stages of incubation.

Communiy development

New York Healthcare’s Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fund 263 grants to individuals Pennsylvania Unidos por Puerto Rico** PR NOW: Western PR and Central Mountain Recovery Fund 8 grants to nonprofit organizations in the western region of Puerto Rico Woman’s Club of Glen Ridge 1 grant to Programa de Apoyo y Enlace Comunitario

A grantee of the New York Healthcare’s Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fund.   

Donor advised*

Funds that provided emergency grants Fondo Anónimo 8 grants Fondo José Miguel Agrelot 1 grant

■ 3 social enterprises received technical assistance. ■ $644,000 granted to economic development projects.

Grantees of the Hispanic Federation Puerto Rico Recovery and Relief Fund.

Fondo Shonali Choudhury 8 grants Fondo Fundación Toyota 4 grants to nonprofit organizations * Donors with established funds in Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico facilitated grants and scholarships to support the emergency. ** Established in 2019 (still in the granting process)

Community micro-enterprise incubator workshop.

A student in the Diego Vázquez School, in Caguas.


Fiscal Sponsorships  Asociación Maunabeña de Pequeños Agricultores  Climbing Life Relief Team Project  Citi Community Development  Colectivo ilé  IDEBAJO  Needs Educational Foundation  Organización Boricuá  ProTechos  VAMOS Concertación Ciudadana

Alliances  AmeriCorps Disaster Response Team  Asociación de Salud Primaria de Puerto Rico  Asociación de Maestros de Puerto Rico People participating in rain water harvesting workshop at Plenitud in Las Marías.

 Bosque Modelo  Coro de la UPR y Coralia  Enterprise Community Partners  Hispanic Federation

IMMEDIATE RELIEF

 Municipio de Loíza

 $1,785,854 in grants to more than 123 nonprofit organizations

 Oxfam

 210 water purifiers

 Puerto Rico No Está Apaga’o

 54 electricity generators

 Ricky Martín Foundation

 78 impacted municipalities

 Somos Solar

 More than 78,000 people served by recipient organizations

 Taller Salud

 Nuestra Escuela

The Community Recovery Fund of Puerto Rico has been strengthened with contributions from community and private foundations, corporations, individuals and families within and outside of Puerto Rico*. ACT for Alexandria Community Foundation ActBlue Charities Adam R. Bronfman Family Foundation Alpern Family Foundation, Inc. Amgen Foundation Arkansas Community Foundation Benevity Causes BK&C Foundation Bright Funds Foundation California Community Foundation Capital Group Charitable Foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York Casey Family Programs Causecast Foundation Center for Disaster Philanthropy Central Florida Foundation CFLeads Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Charlevoix County Community Foundation Community Foundation Boulder County Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties Community Foundation for Monterey County Community Foundation for Southwest Washington Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region Community Foundation of Collier County Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Community Foundation of New Jersey Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Crown Family Philanthropies Dell Employees & Corp. Match - Your Cause, LLC Douglas County Community Foundation Dubois County Community Foundation East Bay Community Foundation Fidelity Charitable FP Worthen Foundation Fundación Plaza Las Américas Give Back Foundation GlobalGiving Foundation Greater Cincinnati Foundation Greater Milwaukee Foundation Greater New Orleans Foundation

Greater Washington Community Foundation Hispanic Federation Hispanics in Philanthropy Howard P. Colhoun Family Foundation Interaction Institute for Social Change Jewish Communal Fund John S. and James L. Knight Foundation JP Morgan Chase Foundation / JP Morgan Employees Giving Fund JustGive Lincoln Community Foundation Maine Community Foundation Marguerite Casey Foundation Marin Community Foundation Medtronic Foundation Minneapolis Foundation Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust Morrison & Foerster Foundation NBPA Foundation Network for Good New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Nordstrom Charitable Giving Oklahoma City Community Foundation OneOC - Charity Giving Card Fund Oxfam America Inc. Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation Paso del Norte Charitable Foundation Paypal Giving Fund Perrigo Company Charitable Foundation Plum Foundation Prince Charitable Trusts Prince Foundation Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands at EDC

Renaissance Charitable Foundation Rochester Area Community Foundation Ruth Mott Foundation Schwab Charitable Fund Seattle Foundation Silicon Valley Community Foundation Simons Foundation St. Louis Community Foundation Stanislaus Community Foundation The Boston Foundation The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates The Cleveland Foundation The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County The Giving Network - Rutgers Presbyterian Church The Heinz Endowments The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey The Joyce Foundation The Kresge Foundation The Miami Foundation The Nord Family Foundation The Oregon Community Foundation The Pittsburgh Foundation The Prospect Hill Foundation The Prudential Foundation The San Diego Foundation The San Francisco Foundation The Shannon Foundation, Inc. The Shepard Broad Foundation, Inc. The Shimkin Foundation TisBest Philanthropy Trisons Foundation, Inc. W.K. Kellogg Foundation Wahlert Foundation Wells Fargo Bank Winky Foundation YourCause, LLC

*This list only includes community foundations, private foundations, and other nonprofit institutions inside and Fundación Comunitaria outside of Puerto Rico. It also includes contributions through crowdfunding companies. dedifferent Puerto Rico 1719 Ave. Juan Ponce de León, San Juan, PR, 00909

Fundación Comunitaria FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA de PuertoRICO Rico DE PUERTO 1719 Ave. Juan Ponce de León, San Juan, PR, 00909

www.fcpr.org 787-721-1037 PO BOX 70362 San Juan, PR, 00936-8362 FCPR@fcpr.org @FundacionComunitaria @FComunitaria

www.fcpr.org 787-721-1037 PO BOX 70362 San Juan, PR, 00936-8362 FCPR@fcpr.org @FundacionComunitaria @FComunitaria @fundacioncomunitaria Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico #ImpulsoAlCapitalComunitario

Transparency report

Two years after hurricane María

Community capital growth

FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA DE PUERTO RICO


Fiscal Sponsorships  Asociación Maunabeña de Pequeños Agricultores  Climbing Life Relief Team Project  Citi Community Development  Colectivo ilé  IDEBAJO  Needs Educational Foundation  Organización Boricuá  ProTechos  VAMOS Concertación Ciudadana

Alliances  AmeriCorps Disaster Response Team  Asociación de Salud Primaria de Puerto Rico  Asociación de Maestros de Puerto Rico People participating in rain water harvesting workshop at Plenitud in Las Marías.

 Bosque Modelo  Coro de la UPR y Coralia  Enterprise Community Partners  Hispanic Federation

IMMEDIATE RELIEF

 Municipio de Loíza

 $1,785,854 in grants to more than 123 nonprofit organizations

 Oxfam

 210 water purifiers

 Puerto Rico No Está Apaga’o

 54 electricity generators

 Ricky Martín Foundation

 78 impacted municipalities

 Somos Solar

 More than 78,000 people served by recipient organizations

 Taller Salud

 Nuestra Escuela

The Community Recovery Fund of Puerto Rico has been strengthened with contributions from community and private foundations, corporations, individuals and families within and outside of Puerto Rico*. ACT for Alexandria Community Foundation ActBlue Charities Adam R. Bronfman Family Foundation Alpern Family Foundation, Inc. Amgen Foundation Arkansas Community Foundation Benevity Causes BK&C Foundation Bright Funds Foundation California Community Foundation Capital Group Charitable Foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York Casey Family Programs Causecast Foundation Center for Disaster Philanthropy Central Florida Foundation CFLeads Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Charlevoix County Community Foundation Community Foundation Boulder County Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties Community Foundation for Monterey County Community Foundation for Southwest Washington Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region Community Foundation of Collier County Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Community Foundation of New Jersey Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Crown Family Philanthropies Dell Employees & Corp. Match - Your Cause, LLC Douglas County Community Foundation Dubois County Community Foundation East Bay Community Foundation Fidelity Charitable FP Worthen Foundation Fundación Plaza Las Américas Give Back Foundation GlobalGiving Foundation Greater Cincinnati Foundation Greater Milwaukee Foundation Greater New Orleans Foundation

Greater Washington Community Foundation Hispanic Federation Hispanics in Philanthropy Howard P. Colhoun Family Foundation Interaction Institute for Social Change Jewish Communal Fund John S. and James L. Knight Foundation JP Morgan Chase Foundation / JP Morgan Employees Giving Fund JustGive Lincoln Community Foundation Maine Community Foundation Marguerite Casey Foundation Marin Community Foundation Medtronic Foundation Minneapolis Foundation Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust Morrison & Foerster Foundation NBPA Foundation Network for Good New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Nordstrom Charitable Giving Oklahoma City Community Foundation OneOC - Charity Giving Card Fund Oxfam America Inc. Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation Paso del Norte Charitable Foundation Paypal Giving Fund Perrigo Company Charitable Foundation Plum Foundation Prince Charitable Trusts Prince Foundation Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands at EDC

Renaissance Charitable Foundation Rochester Area Community Foundation Ruth Mott Foundation Schwab Charitable Fund Seattle Foundation Silicon Valley Community Foundation Simons Foundation St. Louis Community Foundation Stanislaus Community Foundation The Boston Foundation The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates The Cleveland Foundation The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County The Giving Network - Rutgers Presbyterian Church The Heinz Endowments The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey The Joyce Foundation The Kresge Foundation The Miami Foundation The Nord Family Foundation The Oregon Community Foundation The Pittsburgh Foundation The Prospect Hill Foundation The Prudential Foundation The San Diego Foundation The San Francisco Foundation The Shannon Foundation, Inc. The Shepard Broad Foundation, Inc. The Shimkin Foundation TisBest Philanthropy Trisons Foundation, Inc. W.K. Kellogg Foundation Wahlert Foundation Wells Fargo Bank Winky Foundation YourCause, LLC

*This list only includes community foundations, private foundations, and other nonprofit institutions inside and Fundación Comunitaria outside of Puerto Rico. It also includes contributions through crowdfunding companies. dedifferent Puerto Rico 1719 Ave. Juan Ponce de León, San Juan, PR, 00909

Fundación Comunitaria FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA de PuertoRICO Rico DE PUERTO 1719 Ave. Juan Ponce de León, San Juan, PR, 00909

www.fcpr.org 787-721-1037 PO BOX 70362 San Juan, PR, 00936-8362 FCPR@fcpr.org @FundacionComunitaria @FComunitaria

www.fcpr.org 787-721-1037 PO BOX 70362 San Juan, PR, 00936-8362 FCPR@fcpr.org @FundacionComunitaria @FComunitaria @fundacioncomunitaria Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico #ImpulsoAlCapitalComunitario

Transparency report

Two years after hurricane María

Community capital growth

FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA DE PUERTO RICO

Profile for Fundación Comunitaria

Community Capital Growth | Two years after hurricane María | Transparency Report  

After the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico raised $15 million through the Puerto Rico Community Re...

Community Capital Growth | Two years after hurricane María | Transparency Report  

After the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico raised $15 million through the Puerto Rico Community Re...