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Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico (FCPR) dedicates this 2017-2018 Annual Report to the nonprofit organizations that kept their love and commitment toward their communities alive before and after Hurricanes Irma and María (September 2017). After both storms, the organizations stepped up as the first responders to communities overwhelmed by the absence of basic services. They hit the streets, searched, improvised and executed masterfully — an unanticipated and highly necessary response, which for many represented the difference between life and death. To you, we dedicate this Annual Report. Thank you.

Libni E. Sanjurjo Meléndez Mary Ann Gabino Martínez Content Jorge Ramírez Portela Libni E. Sanjurjo Meléndez Photography

DEDICATION José R. Hudo Castañer Graphic Design

Cover photo: Boy drinking water from Río Chiquito Community Aqueduct in Ponce By Jorge Ramírez Portela

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Dedication: 1 Letter from our presidents: 3

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Fondo de Becas Gualasia 5 Fondo Amigos de FAE 5 Sol Puerto Rico Limited Fund 6

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Become a donor

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Potable Water

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Safe housing Community Economic Development

Renewable Energy

Transparency Report: At A Glance huracán María Sept 2017-Dic 2018 14-15 Meet our donors 2017-2018 16 Grants awarded 2017 y 2018 17-22 Grants awarded related to Hurricane María 23-26 Financial Statements 27 Board of Directors and Staff 28

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Community Investment Fund

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Before and after Hurricane María… THE YEARS 2017 and 2018 are historic for Puerto Rico. When Hurricane María made landfall on the island on Sept. 20, 2017, it marked a before and after. The entire island was in a state of vulnerability, both physically and emotionally. However, the communities, with the priceless help of the nonprofit sector, faced adversity and set forth on the path of reconstruction. At FCPR, we recognize those community-based and nonprofit organizations as the first responders and designed a strategy to strengthen the capitals in their communities: physical, financial, human, social, ecological and cultural. Our strategic intervention focused on the empowerment and strengthening of projects to provide access to renewable energy, drinking water, safe housing, community economic development, and education. It was also proven that in times of greatest adversity, FCPR is strengthened thanks to the contribution of our donors in and outside of Puerto Rico. Following is a review of these two years and the progress of our communities.

Nelson I. Colón-Tarrats, EdD

Antonio Escudero-Viera, Esq.

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Group of students and non-profits that received scholarships and grants, respectively, from the Fondo Fundación Gonzalo Aponte. FOR 34 YEARS, hundreds of donors have depended on Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico (FCPR) as its philanthropic vehicle to make a difference on the lives of students and people assisted by nonprofit organizations that offer direct service to communities. The causes they’re passionate about are diverse, but they are all moved by the desire to contribute to the island’s present and future wellbeing. They have found in FCPR an institution that offers experience, structure, administrative and execution capacity, and guidance on the most pressing needs of our communities, achieving a greater social and financial reach. SET UP A FUND Individuals, families, corporations or foundations that wish to invest in the community may establish: ■ Scholarship funds ■ Grants funds ■ Awards ■ Acknowledgments The types of the funds are: ■ Permanent fund ■ Temporary fund ■ Combined fund RESOURCES YOU MAY USE TO MAKE YOUR SOCIAL INVESTMENT In addition to making a cash donation, which is the traditional way, you may opt for other forms of investment: securities, legacies, shares (prior to sale), real estate, retirement plans, life insurance, affiliation of private foundations, and tangible personal property. 4

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Your philanthropic investment in Puerto Rico We’re your strategic connection with the causes you’re passionate about “The Foundation has strategically guided our donors’ philanthropic wishes.” Mary Ann Gabino Senior Vice President

FUNDS ESTABLISHED IN 2017 l Fondo Comunitario WECO l Fondo Vista Scholarship Program l Fondo de Becas Gualasia FUNDS ESTABLISHED IN 2018 l Fondo Moreno Fernández l Fondo Don Félix J. Serrallés Nevares l PGA Legacy Fund for Puerto Rico l Sol Puerto Rico Limited Fund l Fondo Amigos de FAE – UPR, Río Piedras l Fondo para la Conservación y Desarrollo Sostenible del Bosque Modelo de Puerto Rico


NEW FUNDS

FONDO DE BECAS GUALASIA

A family comes together to honor their grandparents ESTABLISHED IN 2017 THE WORD GUALASIA does not appear in dictionaries. Its origin is extraordinary, familiar and intimate. Gualasia is the combination of the names of Gualberto and Asia Rodríguez, a married couple from the Mameyes neighborhood in Jayuya. One of their granddaughters, Nanette Rodríguez, says that before they died, they both expressed the desire to create a foundation to support the professional growth of young people from Jayuya who showed an interest in pursuing agricultural careers. That was the seed that sprouted the Fondo de Becas Gualasia, established in 2017 at FCPR. The love in harvesting the ground was very important to their lives. “My grandfather was an agronomist and after becoming unemployed, he established his own business, Caribbean Produce Exchange. It was a successful business that is still in operation today, creating jobs in Puerto Rico. Agriculture was extremely important for my grandfather, because it’s what feeds a community,” Nanette said. Gualberto’s vision was to achieve efficiencies in farming through the implementation of agricultural genetics, which is why the Fund pays special attention to the development of

“Through the fund, an individual or a family is helping others reach their dreams.” Nanette Rodríguez Nieta de Gualberto Rodríguez

From left: Nanette Rodríguez, student María Santiago and Mónica Rodríguez.

FONDO AMIGOS DE FAE

To give thanks ESTABLISHED IN 2018 The Fondo Amigos de la Facultad de Administración de Empresas (FAE) from the Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, was born out of gratitude from a group of scholars from the Business Administration

agricultural genetics and biotechnology. For Nanette, the philanthropic initiative delivers a powerful message to students: they’re not alone. “I want them to know that we’re very happy about their decision to study agronomy and that we’re here to help, not only financially, but emotionally. Our family is very proud of the scholars because we know they’re an essential part of Puerto Rico’s future. We want them to aspire to greatness and to understand that the effort, dedication and sacrifice are worthwhile to achieve their goals,” she said. She also said the philanthropic fund is one of the ways to help and contribute to a better Puerto Rico in an organized, legal and structured way. With the establishment of a fund, an individual or a family is helping others reach their dreams. We also want to set the example that helping is more important than receiving; and have them do the same in the future.

Faculty (FAE, Spanish acronym) has toward the institution that helped them achieve their academic and professional goals. Certified Public Accountant and financial advisor Héctor González says that for several months a group of

friends discussed how to help the faculty face its fiscal challenges as a result of government cuts to the island’s main educational campus. “This initiative was moved by our gratitude towards our public university, that allowed an excellent academic experience at an extremely reasonable cost,” Héctor says. It was then that Agnes Suárez, Kenneth Rivera,

Rafael del Valle, Zulmarie Urrutia and González developed a citizen response to the Faculty’s economic situation so that it could continue its academic mission: establishing a fund in Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico. “At a time when the most valuable asset is human capital, the university Continues on page 6

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Laura I. Goitía Rodríguez studies Mechanical Engineering, with concentration in Automotive, in the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus.

SOL PR LIMITED FUND

Embraced by philanthropy ESTABLISHED IN 2018 WHEN LAURA I. GOITÍA- RODRÍGUEZ learned about the Sol Puerto Rico Limited Fund scholarship, she was happy to know she wasn’t alone in the path she set out to become a Mechanical Engineer. “There will always be people who will support students to reach a better future,” she recalls. And the economic opportunity came just in time. After Hurricane María hit in September 2017, her father was unemployed for about four months, as well as her mother, for around two months. The new scenario complicated the family’s economic situation because Laura, a resident of San Juan, had to find a dorm near the University of Puerto’s Mayagüez Campus, which implied expenses not only for housing, but for

From page 5. is undoubtedly the fundamental axis for the economic development of the Puerto Rico we all envision for and need”, said Kenneth. The philanthropic initiative stirred up enthusiasm among the faculty and the students, who have conducted fundraising activities to strengthen the fund.

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“Philanthropy is an act every human being must undertake. In Puerto Rico, it should be practiced more often.” Laura I. Goitía Rodríguez Student

The purpose of the fund is to provide an annual $5,000 grant to the Faculty to support physical structure improvement and academic programs with direct impact on students. The goal is to build a $100,000 endowment. The group of friends urges others to do the same to support other departments.

food, transportation and others. As soon as her mother told her about the scholarship opportunity, the student in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Automotive decided to “apply because I saw the opportunity to financially collaborate with my parents and it will allow me to continue my academic year.” Knowing that she was one of those chosen by FCPR’s evaluation committee, she felt in peace and relieved because with the scholarship she could take away from her parents “part of the economic weight that entails being able to finish my studies”. Laura wants to be a Mechanical Engineer for two reasons: to show that women can pursue careers traditionally attributed to men and contribute to the conservation of the environment. When she was little she grew an interest in engineering and architecture because she saw in both professions the possibility of creating and designing. But it wasn’t until she participated in a mechanical engineering camp at the university, that she was convinced that this was the way to go. She also wants to contribute to the preservation of the environment by creating an engine that does not emit harmful gases, since they contribute significantly to environmental pollution. “I saw it as a challenge because many told me it was weird to see a woman studying Mechanical Engineering. I will be one of those people who will show that gender doesn’t matter, but rather dedication and effort, which will lead me to complete my courses and create a better future for planet Earth,” she shared. “Philanthropy is an act every human being must undertake. In Puerto Rico, it should be practiced more often. The academic life of a student should not be affected by their economic status. Everyone deserves to study,” she says.


THE TORO NEGRO COMMUNITY in Ciales is an example of what can be achieved though self-developmemt, community empowerment, and philanthropic support. After Hurricane María, the residents of this community located in a remote area of the island’s mountainous region, spent eight months without electricity. This vulnerable situation allowed them to re-think their energy future. The community, organized 15 years ago, so it was confident in assuming the “responsibility” involved in executing such an ambitious project. This is how the first solar community in Puerto Rico emerged, a solar community that owns and manages its own solar energy system: 20 microgrids provide renewable energy to 28 houses. “We welcome this grant from Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico and Somos Solar Foundation with great joy and humility. We have taken on the challenge and responsibility to build a solar energy network that will change our future and ensure a resilient energy structure… Our effort will guarantee the success of the Toro Negro Solar Community,” said José “Tito” Figueroa, president of the Toro Negro Community Inc., in a statement released in June 2018, announcing the social justice project. After the installation of solar panels and batteries, the unique solar community embarked on the process of creating the community’s administrative structure in charge of managing the system, for which they also

“We have taken on the challenge and responsibility of building a solar energy network that will change our future.” José “Tito” Figueroa President of the Toro Negro community

received technical assistance and support from FCPR. “That is the key to the success of this project (which has to be sustainable): we are the owners of our sustainable energy future.” José says. Toro Negro caught the attention of local and U.S. based media. Also, the community became finalist in the “Microgrid Greater Good Awards 2019” international competition and has had the support of Duke University in North Carolina to develop the billing system. Toro Negro was followed by the Esperanza Village community in Juncos, a solar micro-network that provides power to nine rental residences for people with low and very low income. FCPR’s vision is to continue promoting solar communities in Puerto Rico. STRATEGY Promoting solar communities and installation of solar systems in community health clinics, community aqueducts and residences in Loíza.

RENEWABLE ENERGY

Self-development and community empowerment 30 community health clinics with solar energy infrastructure to power up their emergency rooms and/ or refrigerators 28 houses connected to 20 microgrids in Toro Negro, Ciales

THANKS TO OUR DONORS FOR SUPPORTING THE ENERGY STRATEGY Greater New Orleans San Francisco Community Foundation Foundation Massachusetts United Silicon Valley Community for Puerto Rico Foundation ICF The Miami Foundation New Haven Community The Oregon Community Foundation Foundation

Microgrid for nine rental residences for people with low and very low economic resources in the Esperanza Village community in Juncos José “Tito” Figueroa, president of the Toro Negro community in Ciales. Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico

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POTABLE WATER

Strengthening community infrastructure

THANKS TO OUR DONORS FOR SUPPORTING THE WATER STRATEGY: Oxfam Hispanic Federation Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

Corcovada Community in Añasco

Iris González Ramos, president of the Comité Comunal de Corcovada in Añasco.

BEFORE HURRICANE MARÍA, the Corcovada community in Añasco, had purchased a solar panel system for its community aqueduct, motivated by heir vision of becoming resilient and empowered to guarantee access to drinkable water to the community. However, the Corcovada Communal Aqueduct lacked an energy storage system, causing that during the rainy season, when sun barely heats up and the central energy system collapses, as it happened during the emergency caused by Hurricane María, the community was unable to supply drinking water to its 600 residents. Like many other community aqueducts, the lack of electricity forced them to invest in power generators, which isn’t cost-effective and harms the environment. The community, jointly with Máximo Solar and Fundación Somos Solar, presented a project to Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico (FCPR) to be able to acquire a battery system. “The institutions are there to help us, but we have to take our steps,” said Iris González-Ramos, president of the Corcovada Community Committee in Añasco. After 40 years, Corcovada has been able to strengthen its vision of community organization, guided by a common goal: the 8

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complete well-being of its residents. In 2006 they were bestowed the Miranda Foundation Solidarity Award; and in 2001 they received recognition from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOOA) for the administration of the acqueduct. The community also has a convention center, a recreational area with a basketball court, a baseball park, and a playground for children. In addition, they have a community center, located in an old school that has a gym and computer rooms. They offer English classes, health fairs and other activities. “Corcovada is an example of community resilience. There are a number of lessons learned that we must gather from this community to continue strengthening the island’s community aqueducts,” says FCPR’s president, Nelson I. Colon-Tarrats.

S T RAT E G Y A focus on strengthening the administrative, physical, organizational and compliance infrastructure of community aqueducts, which are independent from the government’s drinking water system and run by community organizations.

“The institutions are there to help us, but we have to take our steps.” Iris González Ramos President of the Corcovada Community Committee in Añasco.

27 Community aqueducts received technical assistance, 8 of them received grants to improve their infrastructure or install solar energy systems


RE BU I LD I N G homes destroyed by Hurricanes Irma and María became a priority for Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico (FCPR). The vulnerability of hundreds of families without a safe roof, required immediate action. In response, the Foundation supported the rebuilding and rehabilitation of homes, facilitating grants to Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs). Our two pronged approach was: supporting the reconstruction and rehabilitation of houses in the municipality of Loíza and; the rehabilitation of houses in 15 municipalities. The strategy also included the support of the CHDOS and the nonprofits participating to relocate families in secure homes and; the facilitation of foreclosed houses to these non-profits and technical assistance support. In the summer of 2018, FCPR awarded $1.3 million to several CHDO’s to repair 79 homes. In addition, it granted another $800,000 to the Puerto Rico Institute for Socio-Economic and Housing Development (INDESOVI, in Spanish) to rebuild 30 residences in Loíza, where it had partnered with the Ricky Martin Foundation for this effort. Loíza is among the poorest municipalities in Puerto Rico and more than 1,000 housing units were affected by the impact of both hurricanes. Among its residents was Wanda Fuentes, a 51-year-old woman, a resident of the Medianía Baja, Honduras sector in Loíza. Hurricane Maria destroyed her home’s roof. She lost everything. She, along with her son and husband — a dialysis patient — were left homeless. Since then, her family lived in three temporary homes over the course of a year. “I cried every day. I lost a lot. My husband was depressed,” she remembers. The new home had to be stronger. Wanda received assistance from FEMA and used her own money, including a loan, but it was not enough. It was then that philanthropic support made a difference: the assistance granted by both foundations allowed Wanda to complete the reconstruction. “I’m very grateful. They were angels who came to Loíza. I managed to move to my new house thanks to the foundations. I remember the day they gave me the key; It was a very special day; I cried a lot. I had never received help from foundations until then,” she recalls.

A house rebuilt by INDESOVI de PR Inc. in Loíza.

SAFE HOUSING

A varied response to an urgent need THANKS TO OUR DONORS : Reconstruction of houses in 15 island towns Donor: The San Francisco Foundation

17 rebuilt homes in Loíza 10 rebuilt homes in five towns 26 houses transferred by banks to five CHDO’s $80,000 granted to “Solo por Hoy” for family housing relocations

RECONSTRUCTION OF HOUSES IN THE TOWN OF LOÍZA Donors: Chicago Community Trust Crown Family Philanthropies Heinz Endowment Oklahoma Community Foundation Prudential Foundation Ruth Mott Foundation Seattle Community Foundation Stanislaus Community Foundation The Cleveland Community Foundation The Pittsburgh Foundation The San Diego Foundation W.K. Kellogg Foundation Partner: Ricky Martin Foundation

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COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

“We feel a lot of hope and relief” A L I T T L E B E F O R E the passage of Hurricane María, the Semillas Incubator of Casa Sin Fronteras was starting a microenterprise incubation cycle with 25 participants. But the atmospheric phenomenon brought everything to a halt, indefinitely. When the organization finally managed to regroup, they resumed communication with the participants, but only found seven of them. The ravages of the hurricane had forced some to leave the island, while others were surviving, pushing away the possibility of starting a business at the time. “The devastation was evident, but the drive and desire to overcome the situation was also immediately evident. We discovered a poor and fragile Puerto Rico,

Financial support for 10 community incubators Technical assistance to five social companies

THANKS TO OUR DONORS FOR SUPPORTING THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY: Center for Disaster Philanthropy, Hispanics in Philanthropy

but at the same time, one full of dignity and hope,” says Ángel Cortés, executive director of the Semillas Incubator. It was with seven people that the cycle continued. “Now more than ever!,” the participants told Angel, as he recalls. The value and solidarity of their community has set their north in the development of micro-enterprises as a strategy to fight the poverty in their community. “The Solidarity Economy Model creates opportunities for those that to have access to large capital funds. The model allows us to use our own talent to generate wealth for the community,” said. With much “economic sacrifice,” Semilla Incubator managed to complete that first incubation cycle. “Our community economic development initiatives and activities aren’t always understood by the government and foundations. However, there are many participants who find in our services an opportunity to restart, to reinvent themselves, which means believing in themselves and regaining hope, in favor of new opportunities. Without organizations such as FCPR, whose vision and strategy provide economic resources to our incubators, our work would be practically impossible,” said. The proposal supported by FCPR allowed Semilla to execute two micro-enterprise incubation cycles. As it reached the third stage of one of the two, the incubator has managed to complete about 15 business plans, with some micro-enterprises in operation.

“Without organizations such as FCPR, whose vision and strategy provide economic resources to our incubators, our work would be practically impossible.” Ángel Cortés Executive Director of Incubadora Semillas de Casa Sin Fronteras Inc. 10

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Meeting of the Incubadora Semillas de Casa Sin Fronteras Inc.


Participants in the signing of the FIC loan.

Community Investment Fund

Growth in financial investments in communities THE COMMUNITY INVESTMENT FUND ( FIC, IN SPANISH ) of Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico (FCPR) facilitated $290,000 in loans in 2017 to two nonprofit organizations (NPOs). In 2018, the amount facilitated was at $992,219 in loans to four organizations, for a combined social investment in both years of $1,282,219. FCPR established the FIC in 2016, as an innovative financing program that provides access to capital to NPOs to activate community economic development. Eligible activities include: capitalizing community loan programs; buying and rehabilitating social interest housing; obtaining operational capital; and, financing projects that generate economic and social results. The instrument is similar to funds created in the U.S. mainland by community foundations, through self-funding. FCPR facilitated $500,000 in seed money to establish the fund and was followed by other investors: Ángel Ramos Foundation; Banco Popular;

Scotiabank; First Bank; Oriental Bank; and Banco Santander (2016-2018). The FIC represents a unique opportunity for nonprofits, since interest rates are low, repayment terms are easy, and the entity is provided with financial and administrative advice, and support to control the risk. “The FIC has been an innovative instrument for nonprofit organizations to gain access to financial capital. This serves several goals: the generation of economic activity through jobs created and retained; it gives organizations and investors a vehicle to obtain a financial return; and it supports the community through the community through the services and programs the organizations offer,” said Vice President of Program and Administration, David Haddock.

Loans granted in 2017 PathStone CMTAS Total loans

$250,000 $40,000 $290,000

Loans granted in 2018 PathStone Jóvenes de Puerto Rico En Riesgo, Inc. Colegio de Aprendizaje y Desarrollo Educativo Integrado, Corp. (CADEI) INDESOVI de Puerto Rico, Inc. Total loans

$500,000 $45,000 $250,000 $197,219 $992,219

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Integrated Transformation:

Building a new Loíza

FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA DE PUERTO RICO ( FCPR ) is carrying out a comprehensive community development strategy in the municipality of Loíza. With the support of philanthropic, nonprofit organizations, the Municipality and the community itself, the Foundation collaborates in solving problems related to access to safe housing, education, emotional health, employment opportunities and violence reduction. “The Loíza case is very particular because of its socioeconomic composition, its history, its culture, and because it has been a community that shows the highest degree of economic and social vulnerability,” says FCPR President Dr. Nelson I. Colon-Tarrats. “We want to see a significant change in Loíza’s communities, so they can move forward on their own toward a better future,” he adds.

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“We want to see a significant change in Loíza’s communities, so they can move forward on their own toward a better future.” Nelson I. Colón Tarrats President FCPR

ALLIANCE FOR PEACE: FOR A NEW LOÍZA END TO VIOLENCE AND ACCESS TO EDUCATION AND JOBS OBAMA FOUNDATION Alliance for Peace: For A New Loíza is a social justice project of FCPR, under the Obama Foundation’s My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge initiative. The alliance convened by

The support granted by W.K. Kellogg Foundation to Loíza’s communities through FCPR includes access to emotional and academic support.

The philanthropic approach in Loíza responds to the fact that it is a community with a high degree of economic and social vulnerability.

FCPR, brings together FCPR, Nuestra Escuela, Taller Salud, and the Municipality of Loíza to transform the lives of young people of African descent through an end to violence, negotiation and mentoring, and access to educational and job opportunities. The beneficiaries are between 15 and 30 years old. Project period: January 2019 - May 2021 PROMOTING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT W.K. KELLOGG FOUNDATION The support granted by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to Loíza’s communities through FCPR, allows the execution of a strategy that promotes community activation. Its purpose is to ensure that students and families receive emotional support, academic support and skills to create a safe environment for children’s self-sufficiency and personal development. In addition, the philanthropic support pursues for families to have safe housing and economic stability. The aim is to ensure that all children, young people and families, have the same opportunities to thrive after gaining access to basic social and economic resources. Project Completion: May 2021

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Transparency Report

September 2017 December 2018

Sustainable Renovation for

Puerto Rico FROM THE EMERGENCY TO SUSTAINABILITY

After the passage of Hurricanes Irma and María, Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico raised $13 million through the Puerto Rico Community Recovery Fund. From September 2017 to December 2018, the Fund has awarded $8,178,717.82 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. To lead the work, the Foundation designed and implemented a strategic plan focused on providing equitable and sustainable access to vital resources: drinking water, renewable energy, safe housing, economic development, and education. 14

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IMMEDIATE RELIEF ■ $1,785,854 in grants to more than 123 nonprofit organizations ■ Over 78,000 people served by recipient organizations ■ 210 water purifiers ■ 78 impacted municipalities ■ 54 electricity generators


SUSTAINABLE RENEWAL

WATER

■ 27 community aqueducts strengthened through technical assistance and/or grants

RENEWABLE ENERGY

■ 30 community health care clinics (Centers 330) provided with access to solar energy for their emergency rooms and/or refrigerators ■ 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

HOUSING

■ 28 rebuilt houses in Loíza ■ 5,000+ evacuees supported in their housing relocation process through a grant to “Solo por Hoy” ■ 10 rebuilt homes, 11 under construction and four under pre-development, by five Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDO’s)

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

■ 10 incubators supported by grants ■ Five social enterprises received technical assistance

EDUCATION

■ 1,300+ backpacks and educational materials delivered to schools

RECOMMENDED FUNDS* ESTABLISHED BY DONORS TO ADDRESS THE EMERGENCY Blackwood Trust 2014 Fund 118 grants to individuals

FISCAL SPONSORSHIP ESTABLISHED

Colectivo ilé • Climbing Life Relief Fund • Needs PR • IDEBAJO • VAMOS Concertación Ciudadana • Organización Boricuá • ProTechos • Vitrina Solidaria • Fideicomiso de la Tierra del Caño Martín Peña

ALLIANCES

Asociación de Salud Primaria para Puerto Rico • Bosque Modelo • Oxfam • Ricky Martin Foundation • Somos Solar • Hispanic Federation • Puerto Rico No Está Apaga’o • Asociación de Maestros de Puerto Rico • Coro de la UPR y Coralia • AmeriCorps Disaster Response Team • Taller Salud • Nuestra Escuela • Municipio de Loíza

The Community Recovery Fund for Puerto Rico has been strengthened with contributions from community and private foundations, corporations, individuals and families within and outside of Puerto Rico.

New York Healthcare’s Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fund 263 grants to individuals DLC Ogilvy Hurricane Relief Fund 8 grants to individuals

PR NOW: Western PR and Central Mountain Recovery Fund 6 grants to non-profit organizations in the western area Fondo de Ayuda al Artesano Puertorriqueño 49 grants to artisans

Hispanic Federation 140 grants to individuals

RECOMMENDED FUNDS* THAT DESTINED DONATIONS TO ADDRESS EMERGENCY Fondo Toyota 4 grants

Fondo José Miguel Agrelot 1 grant

Fondo Anónimo 8 grants

Fondo Shonali Choudhury 2 grants

*Fund advised is a fund established in the FCPR to administer grants and scholarships that may be generated from it.

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MEET OUR 131 DONORS 2017-2018 ACT for Alexandria Community Foundation

Fidelity Charitable

REMAG Puerto Rico LLC

ActBlue Charities

FP Worthen Foundation

Renaissance Charitable Foundation

Adam R. Bronfman Family Foundation

Fundación Plaza Las Américas

Rochester Area Community Foundation

Alpern Family Foundation, Inc.

Give Back Foundation

Ruth Mott Foundation

Amgen Foundation

GlobalGiving Foundation

Schwab Charitable Fund

Arkansas Community Foundation

Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Seattle Foundation

Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Benevity Causes

Greater New Orleans Foundation

Simons Foundation

BK&C Foundation

Greater Washington Community Foundation

St. Louis Community Foundation

Bright Funds Foundation

Hispanic Federation

Stanislaus Community Foundation

California Community Foundation

Hispanics in Philanthropy

The Boston Foundation

Capital Group Charitable Foundation

Howard P. Colhoun Family Foundation

The Chicago Community Trust and Affiliates

Carnegie Corporation of New York

H&R Block Tax Services, Inc

The Cleveland Foundation

Casey Family Programs

Interaction Institute for Social Change

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

Causecast Foundation

Jewish Communal Fund

The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County

Center for Disaster Philanthropy

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

The Giving Network - Rutgers Presbyterian Church

Central Florida Foundation

JP Morgan Chase Foundation / JP Morgan Employees Giving

The Heinz Endowments

CFLeads

Fund

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

JustGive

The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey

Charlevoix County Community Foundation

Lincoln Community Foundation

The Joyce Foundation

Citi Community Development

Kevane Grant Thornton LLP

The Kresge Foundation

Community Foundation Boulder County

Maine Community Foundation

The Miami Foundation

Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond

Marguerite Casey Foundation

The Nord Family Foundation

Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta

María Luisa Moreno Fernández (Fondo Moreno Fernández)

The Obama Foundation

Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo

Marin Community Foundation

The Oregon Community Foundation

Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier

Medtronic Foundation

The Pittsburgh Foundation

Counties

Minneapolis Foundation

The Prospect Hill Foundation

Community Foundation for Monterey County

Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust

The Prudential Foundation

Community Foundation for Southwest Washington

Morrison & Foerster Foundation

The San Diego Foundation

Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region

NBPA Foundation

The San Francisco Foundation

Community Foundation of Collier County

Network for Good

The Shannon Foundation, Inc.

Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

The Shepard Broad Foundation, Inc.

Community Foundation of Greater Memphis

Nordstrom Charitable Giving

The Shimkin Foundation

Community Foundation of New Jersey

Northern Trust Charitable Giving Program

TisBest Philanthropy

Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley

Oklahoma City Community Foundation

Trisons Foundation, Inc.

Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

OneOC - Charity Giving Card Fund

UBS Business Solutions US LLC

Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts

Oxfam America Inc.

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley

Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation

Wahlert Foundation

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

Paso del Norte Charitable Foundation

Wells Fargo Bank

Crown Family Philanthropies

Paypal Giving Fund

Winky Foundation

Dell Employees & Corp. Match - Your Cause, LLC

Perrigo Company Charitable Foundation

YourCause, LLC

Destilería Serrallés, Inc

Plum Foundation

Douglas County Community Foundation

Prince Charitable Trusts

Dubois County Community Foundation

Prince Foundation

East Bay Community Foundation

PURICO, S.E.

Fideicomiso del Bosque Modelo de Puerto Rico

Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands at EDC

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GRANTS AWARDED

2017 CONSORCIO PARA EL DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO: $75,000

Negrón Torres, Pedro A

1,000.00

Nieves Peña, Adriana

1,000.00

Ortiz Santiago, Thania N

1,000.00

Otero Medina, Christopher

1,000.00

Rivera Alquiza, Alonzo

1,000.00

Rivera Vélez, Andrea N

1,000.00

Vargas Grippo, Carlos D

1,000.00

Corporación Desarrollo Económico de Ceiba

25,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS FUTUROS CONSTRUCTORES DE PTO. RICO: $4,550

Incubadora Microempresa Bieke, Inc.

25,000.00

Olivero Segarra, Ramón L

Centro de Microempresas y Tecnologías Agrícolas Sustentables Yauco Inc.

25,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS JOAQUÍN LAGO PADÍN: $2,200

FELIPE GUTIERREZ PUBLIC SCHOOL FUND: $24,225

Club Rotario de Arecibo

Escuela Felipe Gutiérrez

24,225.00

4,550.00

2,200.00

FONDO DE BECAS LA SOMBRA LAREÑA: $2,000

FONDO ANÓNIMO: $209,107.72

Jiménez Vázquez, Luis M

1,000.00 1,000.00

Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico

19,000.00

Torres Vélez, Nichelly K

Centro de Adultos y Niños con Impedimento, Inc.

16,323.72

Hogar de Niños Regazo de Paz, Inc

15,252.00

FONDO DE BECAS MCCONNELL VALDÉS/ ANTONIO ESCUDERO VIERA: $5,000

Programa de Apoyo y Enlace Comunitario

13,410.00

Bobonis Cabrera, Nayda

Surf4DEM,Inc. 9,000.00

5,000.00

Colegio de Aprendizaje y Desarrollo Educativo Integrado, Corp.

25,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS PADRE WILLIAM J. HENDRICKS, S.J.: $18,485

Centro Educativo Integral Formando Vidas, Inc.

10,000.00

Carrasquillo Mencía, Angel J

2,000.00

Centro de Desarrollo Educativo y Deportivo,

12,936.00

Chirino Torres, Gustavo A

1,500.00

Centro de Ayuda y Terapia al Niño con Impedimentos, Inc.

27,200.00

De Jesús Bueno, Ricardo A

1,500.00

Hogar Infantil Jesús Nazareno, Inc.

33,280.00

García Arocho, Angelo J

Initiative for Independent Schooling, Inc.- Escuela Micael

27,706.00

Hernández Mercado, Juan G

1,500.00

Rosado Bloise, César A

2,000.00

Torres Villeta, Luis G

1,500.00 1,500.00

FONDO DE BECAS EVERTEC: $61,000 Arroyo Salazar, Herald F

500.00

Abrams Báez, Kenneth

Chacón Solano, Marta L

1,000.00

Carle Rodriguez, Juan C González Rodríguez, Reinaldo D

985.00

500.00 1,500.00

Mancilla Tapia, Rosanna P

500.00

Marín Cabrera, Catalina F

1,000.00

Guerrero Domenech, César M

Mendoza Moreno, Maria A

1,000.00

Peña Monge, Pedro P

1,500.00

Salazar González, Daniel E

1,000.00

Rivera Pagán, Nathanael

1,500.00

Suesca Villamil, Leidy M

1,000.00

Rodríguez Figueroa, Ricardo

Figueroa González, Ángel N

5,000.00

Lázaro Betancourt, José A

5,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS PFIZER LLC: $12,750

Ortiz Bacó, Joshua G

5,000.00

Camacho Velázquez, Lizmarie

Pagán Lilley, Francisco J

5,000.00

Carrasquillo Quintana, Odemaris

Colón Colón, Kenneth M

5,000.00

Irizarry Vega, Camille C*

3,000.00

Halacy Martín, Isabella M

5,000.00

Medina Vargas, Eymee M*

3,000.00

Rivera Berrios, Aryam N

5,000.00

Negrón VIllalba, Johnatan*

3,000.00

Acosta Marrero, Abimael

1,000.00

Saker Rolon, Farid*

2,250.00

Avilés Canting, Valeshka

1,000.00

Calderín Maldonado, Sheira

1,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS TALENTO DEL NOROESTE: $33,000

Cordero Montfort, Juan F

1,000.00

Corchado Albelo, Marcel F*

3,000.00

Delgado Hernández, Nataly A

1,000.00

González González, Edmarielis

1,500.00

Díaz Ortíz, Janine

1,000.00

López Carrero, Génesis*

3,000.00

Fernández Rodríguez, Isabel M

1,000.00

Rosa Jiménez, Ashley A*

3,000.00

Laureano Rexach, Omar J

1,000.00

Soto Rosa, Karyna

1,500.00

Linares Gómez, Michael G

1,000.00

Vera Ríos, Dianelys*

3,000.00

Loubriel Concepción, Claudia B

1,000.00

Laguer Martínez, Doris M

1,500.00

Martínez González, Diana C

1,000.00

Muñiz Báez, Milhairy*

2,500.00

Monsalve Valladares, Brenda A

1,000.00

Quintana González, Nelson E*

3,000.00

Morales Pagán, Mónica

1,000.00

Vargas García, Christian*

2,500.00

Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico

500.00

500.00

750.00 750.00

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Vázquez Deida, Alex A*

2,500.00

Solo por Hoy

14,000.00

Torres Lorenzo, Atabey*

3,000.00

Hogar del Buen Pastor

18,000.00

Vidot Hidalgo, Frances P*

3,000.00

FONDO ENRIQUE MARTÍ COLL: $1,535

FONDO DE LA FUNDACIÓN TOYOTA: $150,520

Scuba Dogs Society

1,535.00

Aponte Marcano, Patria I

2,500.00

Arce Lugo, Suheily M

2,500.00

FONDO E. RÍOS & META TIETJEN DE RÍOS - FRIOS: $1,000

Bas Concepción, Hennessy

2,500.00

González Román, Griselle A

Cordero Sepúlveda, Jerry L

2,500.00

Crespo Ayala, Anthony

2,500.00

FONDO FUNDACIÓN ASHFORD PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY HOSPITAL: $29,338

Encarnación Ojeda, Mariela

2,500.00

Ashford Presbyterian Community Hospital

Figueroa Bonaparte, Fernando R

1,250.00

Lugo Flores, Jesús G

2,500.00

FONDO FUNDACIÓN GONZALO APONTE: $45,000

Morales Morales, Jairelisse

2,500.00

Hogares Teresa Toda Hermanas Carmelitas Tere

6,000.00

Navarro Pérez, Edauri

2,500.00

Misioneras de Cristo Salvador, Inc.

6,000.00

Ortiz Calo, Waldemar

2,500.00

Niños de Nueva Esperanza, Inc.

6,000.00

Ortiz Flores, Karla Y

2,500.00

CREARTE, Inc.

6,000.00

Rivera Colón, Erosjonay

1,250.00

Centro Esperanza, Inc.

6,000.00

Sotelo Padrón, María del Mar

2,500.00

Gutiérrez Mirabal, Pura I

2,250.00

Vega Jiménez, Idamaris

2,500.00

Matos Ruiz, Paola M

2,250.00

García Rosa, Ana V

2,500.00

Mojica Torres, Carlos O

2,250.00

Soler Fernández, Verónica S

2,500.00

Pujols Bernabel, Aileen R

2,250.00

Sotelo Padrón, Rocío I

2,500.00

Rodríguez Feliciano, Alison K

1,500.00

Ubiñas Romero, Adalberto L

2,500.00

Rodríguez Velázquez, Adolfo

2,250.00

Protectores de Cuencas, Inc.

15,000.00

Rohena Ríos, Fernando L

2,250.00

El Acueducto Rural Pedro Calixto, Inc

30,000.00

Centro de Microempresas y Tecnologías Agrícolas Sustentables Yauco Inc.

10,000.00

Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico Caras de las Américas

8,720.00 12,800.00

Fundación Amigos del Yunque

9,000.00

Red Caribeña de Varamientos

20,000.00

1,000.00

29,338.00

FONDO FUNDACIÓN HERMANA ROSEMARIE GONZÁLEZ, FAMILIA Y AMIGOS: $8,916 Hogar del Buen Pastor, Inc.

8,916.00

FONDO JOSÉ “KIKO” CUSTODIO: $5,000 De León Peralta, Esmarline

2,500.00

Quiles Velázquez, Stephanie M

2,500.00

FONDO DE RECONOCIMIENTO AL LIDERAZGO Y A LA EXCELENCIA ACADÉMICA: $6,600

Aybar Román, Bryan A

200

FONDO JOSÉ L. ROSADO & DARCY FRONTANES

Aybar Román, Yamil

500

DE ROSADO PARA LA TRANSFORMACIÓN EDUCATIVA: $250

González Torres, Josiellys N

200

Escuela Intermedia Rafael Aparicio Jiménez

Nieves Tosado, Yarelis C

300

Pérez Franqui, Derek Y

200

FONDO MEMORIAL ALEXANDER WOJCIECHOWICZ: $2,000

Feliciano Canals, Eliel Y

250

Culebra Community Library, Inc.

Montalvo Villafañe, Valeria

500

Rodríguez Estremera, Nailyn

250

FONDO MEMORIAL DON FELIPE Y DOÑA AMELIA SEGARRA: $5,000

Rodríguez Nieves, Wilmer

200

Proyecto Matria, Inc.

Rivera Alicea, Kiara M

500

Rodriguez Estremera, Emily Y

750

FONDO MEMORIAL PROF. LUIS F. GONZÁLEZ CORREA: $1,000

Román Guzmán, Jonathan

750

Laurido Soto, Marcia C

Pérez Franqui, Jeremy

1,000.00

Rodríguez Estremera, Ilyanis

1,000.00

250.00

2,000.00

5,000.00

1,000.00

FONDO O.P. AND W.E. EDWARDS FOUNDATION: $5,000

Carromero Jiménez, Orlando

1,500.00

FONDO DR. MARIO JULIÁ Y MARÍA LUISA SALDAÑA DE JULIÁ: $109,800

López Oquendo, Andy J

1,500.00 2,000.00

Fundación Santa María de los Angeles

8,000.00

Pacheco Cabrera, Elluz

Niños de Nueva Esperanza, Inc.

8,000.00

Hogar de Niñas de Cupey, Inc

15,000.00

FONDO P.E.C.E.S. : $2,849

Casa Protegida Julia de Burgos

13,800.00

Programa de Educación Comunal de Entrega y Servicio

Misioneras de Cristo Salvador, Inc.

8,000.00

Casa de Niños Manuel Fernández Juncos

15,000.00

FONDO PERMANENTE CENTRO MARGARITA: $8, 014

Fundación Amar para Niños Quemados

10,000.00

Centro Margarita, Inc.

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Annual Report

2,849.00

8,014.00


Mónica López, a scholarship recipient of the Fondo de Becas Stanley & Georgene Pasarell.

FONDO DE BECAS ANÓNIMO: $33,187.50

FONDO PRESBY: $5,761

Acevedo Vázquez, Ezequiel*

2,250.00

Arce Ruíz, Keishla M*

2,250.00

FONDO PROCTER & GAMBLE: $30,000

De Jesús Tosado, Stephanie M*

2,250.00 2,250.00

Ashford Presbyterian Community Hospital

5,761.00

CREARTE, Inc.

15,000.00

González Rivera, Abiezer*

Niños de Nueva Esperanza, Inc.

15,000.00

González Vélez, Gabriela L*

1,687.50

Rosario González, Joel A*

2,250.00

Serrano Estrada, Shakira*

4,500.00

Acevedo Harrison, José E

2,250.00

Lucena Trujillo, Nicole M

2,250.00

FONDO SEBASTIÁN DELIZ: $14,500

Milián Santiago, Elihaj I

2,250.00

FONDO RAFAEL ANGEL FORTIER DÍAZ: $1,868 Bill’s Kitchen

1,868.00

Burgos Ortiz, Gabriel A

3,500.00

Ríos Adorno, Genesis

2,250.00

Montalvo Chinea, Camila N

3,500.00

Ríos Meléndez, Yacenia A

2,250.00

Vega Garcia, Galeanna A

3,500.00

Rodríguez Nieves, Nashalie

2,250.00

Agostini Pérez, Alexandra N

2,000.00

Santos Álvarez, Xiomileth

2,250.00

Agostini Pérez, José F

2,000.00

PREMIO SOLIDARIDAD: $16,000

FONDO VISTA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: $6,000

Casa Protegida Julia de Burgos

Echegaray Escudero, José J

6,000.00

FONDO 30: $2,045 Centro Esperanza, Inc.

3,000.00

Fideicomiso de la Tierra del Caño Martín Peñ

3,000.00

Frente Unido Pro Defensa del Valle de Lajas,

10,000.00

2,045.00

PROGRAMA PARA LA TRANSFORMACION EDUCATIVA ( PITE ): $30,690

Escuela José Celso Barbosa

FUNDACIÓN JOSÉ MIGUEL AGRELOT: $5,056

Escuela Ramón Marín Solá

1,500.00

Foundation for Puerto Rico

15,400.00

Gobierno Municipal de Loíza

6,995.00

HAMPTON INN & SUITES BY HILTON SAN JUAN FUND: $56,286

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico

5,000.00

Shalom Facility Care, Inc.

Casa de Niños Manuel Fernández Juncos, Inc. Hogar de niñas de Cupey, Inc.

5,056.00

3,000.00 6,000.00

1,795.00

STANLEY & GEORGENE PASARELL FUND: $22,000

Centro de Ayuda y Terapia al Niño con Impedi

25,000.00

López Martínez, Monica M

3,000.00

Centro de Adultos y Niños con Impedimento, I

16,554.43

Rodríguez Avilés, Yaiel G

3,000.00

Vargas Maldonado, Nahara P

3,000.00

Pérez Mártir, Sol V

5,000.00

Vázquez Deida, Axel A

5,000.00

Vélez Vargas, Yadiel

3,000.00

Jóvenes de Puerto Rico en Riesgo, Inc.

5,731.57

HISPANIC IN PHILANTHROPY - BOYS AND MEN OF COLOR: $11,842.82 Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico

5,092.82

Amnistía Internacional Puerto Rico

6,750.00

*This amount represents the scholarships awarded for the academic year 2016-2017 and 2017-2018.

TOTAL

1,064,376.04

Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico

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FONDO DE BECAS AON PARA ESTUDIANTES TALENTOSOS: $12,000

GRANTS AWARDED

2018 FONDO ACADEMIA MARÍA REINA CLASE 1980: $616 Academia María Reina

616.00

Feliciano Agostini, Janilette M

1,500.00

Hernández Gutiérrez, Mileyka

1,500.00

Ortiz Resto, Alex J

1,500.00

Pérez Viera, Danalis

1,500.00

Vélez Rivera, Misael A.

1,500.00

Ortiz Galloway, Rossally

1,500.00

Ramírez Baranda, Mariela B

1,500.00

Torres Valladores, Adriana P

1,500.00

FONDO DE BECAS EVERTEC: $100,500

FONDO ANÓNIMO: $282,850 Centro de Adultos y Niños con Impedimento, Inc.

25,000.00

Martínez González, Diana C

1,000.00

Centro Educativo Integral Formando Vidas, Inc.

23,000.00

Angleró Derkoyorikian, Gabriela A

1,000.00

Centro de Ayuda y Terapia al Niño con Impedimentos, Inc.

23,000.00

Aymerich Vélez, Beatriz N

1,000.00

Centro de Desarrollo Educativo y Deportivo, Inc.

17,600.00

Burgos Maldonado, Javier A

1,000.00

Hogar Infantil Jesús Nazareno, Inc.

24,650.00

Cano Méndez, Rashel

1,000.00

Centro de Desarrollo Educativo y Deportivo, Inc.

5,500.00

Cruz Otero, Alejandra G

1,000.00

Hogar Infantil Jesús Nazareno, Inc.

6,000.00

De Jesús Sauri, Stephanie N

1,000.00

Surf4DEM,Inc. 15,000.00

Domínguez Moret, Adriana

1,000.00

Programa de Apoyo y Enlace Comunitario

14,000.00

Fortún Rosado, William J

1,000.00

Initiative for Independent Schooling, Inc.- Escuela Micael

23,000.00

Ginés Torres, Coralys M

1,000.00

Hogar de Niños Regazo de Paz, Inc

28,600.00

López Millán, Yianelle M

1,000.00

Colegio de Aprendizaje y Desarrollo Educativo

40,000.00

Malave Ortega, Madeleine

1,000.00

Hogar de Niños Regazo de Paz, Inc

7,500.00

Martínez Quiñones, José J

1,000.00

Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico

30,000.00

Molero Chacon, Andrea V

1,000.00

Padilla Díaz, Wilfredo E

1,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS LCDO. ISMAEL BETANCOURT Y LEBRÓN: $2,700

Pastrana Echevarría, Itzamar

1,000.00

Pérez Rodríguez, Pedro J

1,000.00

Rodríguez Meléndez, Andrea S

1,000.00

Santiago Rodriíguez, Laura D

1,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS TALENTO DEL NOROESTE: $18,000

Toledo López, Verónica S

1,000.00

Santiago Vásquez, Abiezer A Solá Sánchez, Rafael E

850.00 1,850.00

Avilés Hernández, Xavier A*

2,500.00

Calderín Maldonado, Sheira

1,000.00

Corchado Albelo, Marcel F

1,500.00

Cordero Montfort, Juan F

1,000.00

González Rodríguez, Kenneth J*

2,500.00

Díaz Ortíz, Janine

1,000.00

López Carrero, Génesis

1,500.00

Fernández Rodríguez, Isabel M

1,000.00

Muñiz Báez, Milhairy

1,500.00

Hernández Marrero, Orlando A

1,000.00

Rosa Jimenez, Ashley A

1,500.00

Linares Gómez, Michael G

1,000.00

Sánchez Quintana, Franchesca N*

1,500.00

Loubriel Concepción, Claudia B

1,000.00

Vargas García, Christian

1,500.00

Monsalve Valladares, Brenda A

1,000.00

Vázquez Deida, Alex A

1,500.00

Rivera Vélez, Andrea N

1,000.00

Vidot Hidalgo, Frances P

1,500.00

Vargas Grippo, Carlos D

1,000.00

Calderón Cátala, Meraris

1,000.00

FONDO ARNALDO SOTO JR. PRO - DESARROLLO

Flores Milán, Lyann A

1,000.00

DE LA INDUSTRIA DE LA AVIACIÓN Y AEROESPACIAL: $900

Nieves De Jesús, Yesenia

1,000.00

López Cajigas, Carlos O

300.00

Torres Torres, Alexis

1,000.00

Rosas Caro, Jordan

600.00

Neira Del Valle, Daniela E

1,000.00

Gutierrez Oliveros, Yudy M

1,000.00

FONDO COMUNITARIO WECO: $12,000

Mendoza Moreno, Maria A

1,000.00

Luis L. Rivera Reyes

5,000.00

Vargas Sarmiento, David E

1,000.00

Heriberto Ramírez Torres

3,000.00

Garro Flores, María N

1,000.00

Marta M. Arriaga La Torre

2,000.00

Gayle Stewart, Alisson N

1,000.00

Joey O. Rodríguez Robles

2,000.00

Gómez Zumbado, David H

1,000.00

Martínez Paniagua, María F

1,000.00

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Redondo Quesada, Carolina A

1,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS PFIZER: $5,250

Salazar González, Daniel E

1,000.00

Irizarry Vega, Camille C

1,500.00

Zuñiga Chacón, Jesús A

1,000.00

Medina Vargas, Eymee M

1,500.00

Cabrera Miraballes, César R

1,000.00

Negrón VIllalba, Johnathan

1,500.00

Sánchez Acosta, Renso R

1,000.00

Saker Rolon, Farid

Sorozábal Silva, Matías N

1,000.00

Verdes Mariño, Paola T

1,000.00

FONDO DE LOS PRESIDENTES: $1,000

Carvajal Contardo, Maríajosé

1,000.00

Casa Aboy

González Herrera, Rodrigo J

1,000.00

Quiroz Cardemil, Patricio I

1,000.00

FONDO DR. MARIO JULIÁ Y MARÍA LUISA SALDAÑA DE JULIÁ: $104,800

Valenzuela Pérez, Daniel A

1,000.00

Casa Protegida Julia de Burgos

13,800.00

Alvarado Moreira, María P

1,000.00

Hogar de Niñas de Cupey, Inc

15,000.00

Jiménez Venegas, Pamela

1,000.00

Fundación Santa María de los Angeles

Chinea de la Rosa, Marcos

3,500.00

Niños de Nueva Esperanza, Inc.

Conde Nazario, Nadiushka I

3,500.00

Fundación A-Mar para Niños Quemados, Inc.

13,000.00

750.00

1,000.00

8,000.00 8,000.00

González Vallejo, Jorge A

3,500.00

Casa de Niños Manuel Fernández Juncos, Inc.

15,000.00

Heredia De León, Kianelys I

3,500.00

Hogar del Buen Pastor, Inc.

18,000.00

Pagán Lilley, José J

3,500.00

Solo por Hoy, Inc.

14,000.00

Torres Rojer, Melanie M

3,500.00

Dávila Morales, Ian M

3,500.00

FONDO ENRIQUE MARTÍ COLL: $1,522

Silva Jetter, Laura T

3,500.00

Scuba Dogs Society

Ortiz Bachier, Natalia B

3,500.00

Villamil Otero, Raúl A

3,500.00

FONDO E. RÍOS & META TIETJEN DE RÍOS: $1,000

Colón Colón, Kenneth M

3,500.00

Román Roldán, Lillian

Lázaro Betancourt, José A

3,500.00

Ortiz Bacó, Joshua G

3,500.00

1,522.00

1,000.00

FONDO FUNDACIÓN GONZALO APONTE: $36,000

CREARTE, Inc.

8,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS GUALASIA: $10,000

Hogares Teresa Toda Hermanas Carmelitas Teres

8,000.00

Santiago Padúa, María E

5,000.00

Misioneras de Cristo Salvador, Inc.

6,000.00

López Orama, Valeria L

5,000.00

Niños de Nueva Esperanza, Inc.

8,000.00

Centro Esperanza, Inc.

6,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS LA SOMBRA LAREÑA: $1,000

Medina Román, Jaime Y

500.00

FONDO FUNDACIÓN HERMANA ROSEMARIE GONZÁLEZ, FAMILIA Y AMIGOS: $8,771

Salgado Maldonado, Emily M

500.00

Hogar del Buen Pastor, Inc.

8,771.00

FONDO DE BECAS LEXUS PARA ARTISTAS: $27,000

FONDO FUNDACIÓN TOYOTA: $143,270

Coco Valencia

9,000.00

Agricultura con Conciencia Rural, Ecológica y Sustentable

Vanessa Rivera Martínez

9,000.00

Universidad de Puerto Rico en Aguadilla

Abdiel D. Segarra Ríos

9,000.00

EcoExploratorio, Inc.

20,000.00

Fundación Luis Muñoz Marin

18,000.00

FONDO DE BECAS PADRE WILLIAM J. HENDRICKS, S.J.: $19,690

Protectores de Cuencas, Inc.

30,000.00

11,520.00 6,000.00

Martes Pagán, Reinaldo

2,000.00

Scuba Dogs Society

14,000.00

Morales Medina, Jorge G

2,000.00

Arce Lugo, Suheily M

2,500.00

Serbiá Ortiz, Adolfo A

2,000.00

Bas Concepción, Hennessy

2,500.00

Carrasquillo Mencía, Angel J

2,000.00

Cordero Sepúlveda, Jerry L

2,500.00

De Jesús Bueno, Ricardo A

1,500.00

Encarnación Ojeda, Mariela

2,500.00

García Arocho, Angelo J

2,000.00

García Rosa, Ana V

2,500.00

González Rodríguez, Reinaldo D

2,390.00

Lugo Flores, Jesús G

2,500.00

Hernández Mercado, Juan G

1,500.00

Morales Morales, Jairelisse

2,500.00

Rivera Pagán, Nathanael

2,500.00

Ortiz Flores, Karla Y

2,500.00

Rosado Bloise, César A

1,800.00

Soler Fernández, Verónica S

2,500.00

Sotelo Padrón, Rocío I

2,500.00

Ubiñas Romero, Adalberto L

2,500.00

Vega Jiménez, Idamaris

2,500.00

González Flores, Jonathan

2,500.00

López Feliciano, Darinel J

2,500.00

Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico

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Muñoz Ramírez, Andrea I

2,500.00

FONDO SEBASTIÁN DELIZ: $15,194

Roldán Hernández, Génesis N

2,500.00

Burgos Ortiz, Gabriel A

3,500.00

Rosario Estremera, Shakira

1,250.00

Vega Garcia, Galeanna A

3,500.00

Vázquez Rodríguez, Gerardo R

2,500.00

Sustache Báez, Akari R

3,000.00

Agostini Pérez, Alexandra N

2,597.00

FONDO JOSÉ “KIKO” CUSTODIO: $5,000

Agostini Pérez, José F

2,597.00

De León Peralta, Esmarline

2,500.00

Quiles Velázquez, Stephanie M

2,500.00

FONDO VISTA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: $8,000

Cruz Iñigo, Yousef J

2,000.00

FONDO JOSÉ L. ROSADO & DARCY FRONTANES DE ROSADO

Dávila Colón, Pedro J

6,000.00

PARA LA TRANSFORMACIÓN EDUCATIVA: $3,000

González Maldonado, Keysha M

300.00

FONDO 30: $2,039

Pérez González, Justin A

300.00

Centro Esperanza, Inc.

Badea Morales, Alexandra M

300.00

Bonilla Caraballo, Lumary

300.00

FONDO SHONALI CHOUDHURY: $5,000

Herrera Natal, Jeremy

300.00

Casa Protegida Julia de Burgos

Plaza Medina, Michael G

300.00

Román Alcover, Jean Carlos A

300.00

FUNDACIÓN JOSÉ MIGUEL AGRELOT: $4,900

Saliceti Torres, Nicole M

300.00

Shalom Facility Care, Inc.

Sambolín López, Gabriel

300.00

Plaza Rodríguez, Charlie X

300.00

Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico

FONDO LOURDES MIRANDA: $17,033.08

Casa de Niños Manuel Fernández Juncos, Inc. 17,033.08

Centro del Triunfo, Inc. Centro de Ayuda y Terapia al Niño con Impedimentos, Inc.

FONDO MEMORIAL ALEXANDER WOJCIECHOWICZ: $1,988 Culebra Community Library, Inc.

Fundación Infantil Ronald McDonald 1,988.00

5,000.00

4,900.00

HAMPTON INN & SUITES BY HILTON SAN JUAN FUND: $56,758.50

Programa de Educación Comunal de Entrega y Servicio

2,039.00

Niños de Nueva Esperanza, Inc.

10,000.00 3,000.00 7,100.00 17,000.00 9,658.50 10,000.00

FONDO MEMORIAL DE BECAS JOAQUÍN LAGO PADÍN

STANLEY & GEORGENE PASARELL FUND: $71,880

DEL CLUB ROTARIO DE ARECIBO: $2,219

López Martínez, Mónica M

3,000.00

Vargas Maldonado, Nahara P

3,000.00

Vélez Vargas, Yadiel

3,000.00

FONDO MEMORIAL PROF. LUIS F. GONZÁLEZ CORREA: $1,000

Colón Morales, Dayreshka*

4,285.00

Feliciano Amado, Adrián J*

4,285.00

Ortega Cruz, Nathasha L*

4,285.00

FONDO MEMORIAL SANDY HILLS: $8,926

Román Nieves, Kevin I*

4,285.00

Ruíz Esteves, Nashalí*

4,285.00

Tieso Echevarría, José I*

4,285.00

FONDO PAUL DAEN: $9,269

Toledo Rojas, Myraida*

4,285.00

Club Rotario de Arecibo

Oliveras Maldonado, Gilberto J

Culebra Community Library, Inc.

Instituto Psicopedagógico de Puerto Rico

2,219.00

1,000

8,926.00

9,269.00

FONDO PERMANENTE PARA LAS ARTES: $20,000

Vélez Quirós, Nelibeth M*

4,285.00

Castro Rivera, Elizabeth*

10,000.00

Cruz Ramos, Neliza*

7,150.00

Ramírez Feliciano, Adriana*

7,150.00

Rodríguez Soto, Jiovannie*

7,150.00

FONDO PERMANENTE PECES: $2,831

Sánchez Silva, Yaritza*

7,150.00

De la Cruz Santiago, Roberto

1,535.00

Asociación ACirc, Corp.

Programa de Educación Comunal de Entrega y Servicio

20,000.00

2,831.00

AUSPICIO FISCAL: $1,120

FONDO PROCTER & GAMBLE: $30,000 Fundación Santa María de los Angeles

15,000.00

Niños de Nueva Esperanza, Inc.

15,000.00 TOTAL

FONDO RAFAEL ANGEL FORTIER DÍAZ: $1,873 Bill’s Kitchen

1,873.00

* This amount represents the scholarships awarded for the academic year 2017-2018 and 2018-2019.

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Fundación Cabecitas Rapadas

FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA DE PUERTO RICO

Annual Report

1,120.00 1,068,434.58


Hurricane María: Grants Awarded

Transparency report: September 2017- December 2018

Puerto Rico Community Recovery Fund IMMEDIATE RELIEF Abriendo Puertas al Futuro, Inc.

250.00

Centro Cultural Caimito

1,017.60

Centro Cultural y de Servicios de Cantera, Inc.

8,208.39

Agua, Sol y Sereno (ASYS), Inc.

50,000.00

Centro de Adiestramiento para Personas con Impedimientos

Albergue El Paraiso, Inc.

10,787.58

Centro de Adultos y Niños con Impedimento, Inc.

1,938.18

Centro de Ayuda y Terapia al Niño con Impedimentos

3,356.21

Centro de Desarrollo Educativo y Deportivo, Inc.

4,004.35

Amigos de Jesús Maestro, Corporación Asociación Recreativa, Educativa y Comunal de Mariana Inc. ( ARECMA)

6,331.85 418.40

Centro de Fortalecimiento Familiar ESCAPE

Asociación para el Mejoramiento de Instituciones Guiada y Orientadas al Servicio, Inc.(AMIGOS,Inc) ASOPYMES (Asociación de Pequeñas y Medianas Empresas)

642.22 1,412.39

38,350.16

Centro de Orientación y Acción Social, Inc.

25,260.00

585.00

Centro de Salud de Lares (Centros Integrados de Servicios de Salud)

Mesa Multisectorial del Bosque Modelo

292.50

Centro de Salud Familiar (330) Arroyo

Camuy Health Service, Inc.

12,946.00 292.50

Caras de las Américas

1,500.00

Casa de la Bondad, Inc.

15,298.80

Casa de Niños Manuel Fernández Juncos, Inc. Casa Juana Colón

260.00 1,448.38

Centro de Salud Familiar (Dr. Julio Palmieri Ferri)

260.00 292.50

Centro de Servicios Primarios de Salud de Patillas Centro del Triunfo, Inc.

5,139.20

Centro Esperanza, Inc. Centro Margarita, Inc.

Castañer General Hospital (Hospital Castañer)

371.70 50,000.00 678.40

260.00 2,397.38

260.00

Casa Pueblo de Adjuntas, Inc.

1,050.10

Centro Educativo Integral Formando Vidas, Inc

654.00

Casa Protegida para Mujeres y Niños (CAPROMUNI)

552.50

Centro de Servicios Primarios de Salud (Florida)

Casa La Providencia, Inc.

20,848.73

631.70 1,448.39

Centro de Salud y Justicia/Coordinadora Paz para la Mujer

Casa Pensamiento de Mujer del Centro, Inc. Casa Protegida Julia de Burgos

7,350.00

Centro de Microempresas y Tecnologías Agrícolas Sustentables (CMTAS)

Barceloneta Primary Health Services (Atlantic Medical Center) Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico

22,839.20

339.20

Centro para Emprendedores, Inc.

7,100.00

Centro para la Diabetes de Puerto Rico

3,190.00

Centro Santa Luisa, Inc.

3,570.15

Coalición de Coaliciones Por Personas Sin Hogar

12,285.18 11,366.72

Castillo de Ángeles, Inc.

6,994.40

Colegio de Aprendizaje y Desarrollo Educativo Integrado, Corp. (CADEI)

Centro Actividades y Servicios Múltiples Coamo

3,000.00

Comité Caborrojeños Pro-Salud y Ambiente, Inc

339.20

260.00

Comité Pro-Caminata de Reyes Magos de Moca

7,597.24

Centro Comunitario LGBTT/Coordinadora Paz para la Mujer

Centro de Adiestramiento para Personas con Impedimento in Aibonito (CAPI).

Río Chiquito Community Aqueduct in Ponce. Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico

FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA DE PUERTO RICO

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Comunidad El Cedrito, Inc.

339.20

Hogar Para Niños Santos

Comunidad Limones, Inc.

339.20

Hogar Piedras Preciosas

260.00

Hogar Rayo de Esperanza (COSSMA)

339.20

Concilio de Iglesias de Cristo Misionera, Misión Internacional, Inc. Concilio de Salud Integral de Loíza Congregación de Padres Pasionistas, Inc. Congregación Hnas. Dominicas Connecting Paths PR, Inc. Consejo de Salud de Puerto Rico (Med Centro)

3,392.00 812.50 2,406.00 260.00 10,000.00 1,592.50

Hogar Ruth Albergue para Mujeres Maltratadas

260.00

Hogar Santa Marta

391.73

Hogar Sustituto Rosanna

1,448.39

Hogar Sustituto Santa Ana

1,448.38

Hogares Teresa Toda Hermanas Carmelitas Teresas de San José, Inc.

7,849.20

Coordinadora Paz para la Mujer

20,830.88

Hospital General Centro 330 Castañer Oficinas Centrales

Corporación de Desarrollo Económico de Ceiba (CDEC)

17,198.38

HPM Foundation (Healthpromed)

Corporación de Desarrollo Económico, Vivienda y Salud (CODEVYS)

10,983.04

IDEBAJO, Inc.

Corporación de Servicios de Salud Primaria y Desarrollo Socioeconómico EL OTOAO 4,701.72

Iglesia Ciudad de Salvación

Corporación de Servicios de Salud y Medicina Avanzada (COSSMA)

Iglesia Cristiana Discípulos de Cristo de Royal Town

Corporación de Servicios Médicos Primarios y Prevención de Hatillo 330 Corporación Desarrollo Económico de Ceiba, Inc. (CHEDCO) Corporación para el Desarrollo Económico de Trujillo Alto (CDETA)

15,845.24

Corporación Piñones Se Integra, Inc. (COPI) Corporación SANOS Costa Salud Community Health Centers

11,140.89 497.60 3,421.27

Iglesia del Nazareno de Loíza Valley

260.00

260.00

Incubadora Microempresa Bieke, Inc.

26,787.59

9,760.00

Instituto del Hogar Celia & Harris Bunker, Inc.

260.00

Instituto para el Desarrollo Integral del Individuo, 9,690.31

la Familia y la Comunidad Inc. (IDIIFCO)

11,638.51

Instituto para el Desarrollo Socioeconómico y de Vivienda de PR, Inc. INDESOVI

50,000.00

2,406.00

Instituto Pre-Vocacional e Industrial de PR

11,279.44

20,000.00

Corporación para la Educación y el Bienestar de Niños y Adultos-Jóvenes con Diabetes, Inc. (CEBNAD)

391.73 1,072.50

2,600.09

Corporación para el Financiamiento Empresarial del Comercio y las Comunidades (COFECC)

1,787.58

Instituto Psicopedagógico de Puerto Rico

7,397.80

651.73

Instituto Santa Ana, Inc

5,200.00

710.90

La Fondita de Jesús

18,944.67

27,000.89

Loíza Home for the Elderly

3,500.00

Cuarzo Blanco, Inc.

6,300.00

Lucha Contra El SIDA, Inc.

45,560.33

Culebra Community Library, Inc.

1,820.08

Consejo de Salud de Puerto Rico (Med Centro)

Dando Amor Sin Saber Amar, Inc.

5,000.00

Mentes Puertorriqueñas en Acción

CREARTE, Inc.

Escuela Dr. José Celso Barbosa

339.20

Migrant Health Center, Inc.

Festival de Los Reyes Magos en Vieques, Inc.

339.20

Miramar Housing for the Elderly

Forjando un Nuevo Comienzo Corp.

25,000.00

Misioneras de Cristo Salvador, Inc.

1,448.38 10,000.00 2,870.10 292.50 1,718.09

Fowlers Language Services, Inc.

11,900.00

Morovis Community Health Center

2,100.11

Fundación Casa Cortés

18,520.00

Mujeres de Islas, Inc.

9,440.00

Fundación de Desarrollo Comunal, Inc. (FUNDESCO)

34,000.00

Mundo de los Muñecos: Puppet World, Inc.

10,000.00

Fundación de Esclerosis Múltiple de Puerto Rico

5,373.00

Municipality of San Juan (San Juan Healthcare for the Homeless)

Fundación Ecológica Educativa, Inc.

5,292.64

Municpio de Loíza

1,834.18

292.50 2,666.90

Fundación Hogar Niñito Jesús, Inc.

5,760.00

Neomed Center

Fundación Modesto Gotay

3,320.00

Niños de Nueva Esperanza, Inc.

Fundación Ríojueyana Pro Pacientes de Cáncer

1,638.20

Nuestra Escuela, Inc.

21,408.40

Oficina para la Promoción y el Desarrollo Humano, Inc. (OPDH)

13,549.20

Oficina Pro Ayuda a Personas con Impedimentos (OPAPI)

21,740.89

One Stop Career Center of Puerto Rico

10,255.74

G-8 Grupo de Ocho Comunidades Aledañas al Caño Gallitos Baseball, Inc. Hogar Casa Caleb Hogar de Niñas Abrazo de Amor - Albergues de Niños

19,093.62 339.20 1,448.39 260.00

Para la Naturaleza, Inc.

339.20

5,590.00

Hogar de Niñas Fray Luis Amigo, Inc.

4,999.00

Parroquia Nuestra Señora del Carmen

9,321.40

Hogar de Niños Regazo de Paz, Inc

6,728.60

PathStone Island Services Corporation

15,850.00

Hogar del Buen Pastor, Inc.

4,641.73

Ponce Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc.

10,391.73

Hogar El Pequeño Joshua-Albergues de Niños

260.00

Primera Iglesia Bautista de Peniel, Inc.

5,787.58

Hogar Forjadores de Esperanza, Inc.

8,979.52

Programa de Apoyo y Enlace Comunitario

22,651.73

Hogar Infantil Divino Niño Jesús

9,094.98

Programa de Educación Comunal de Entrega y Servicio (PECES)

29,716.85

Hogar Infantil Jesús Nazareno, Inc.

339.20

Programa del Adolescente de Naranjito, Inc.

Hogar Infantil Santa Teresita del Niño Jesús

260.00

Programa Genero UPR

Hogar La Piedad

260.00

Programa Lucas Inc.

Hogar Llevando Luz a las Tinieblas, Inc.

1,134.34

3,847.78 260.00 520.00

Protectores de Cuencas, Inc.

16,774.19 10,000.00

Hogar Luz de Esperanza

339.20

Proyecto Matria, Inc.

Hogar María del Carmen, Inc.

391.73

PryMed Medical Care, Inc.

2,000.89

Hogar Mi Familia

260.00

Puerto Rico Community Network for Clinical Research on Aids, Inc. PR CoNCRA

4,506.75

Red de Albergues, Instituciones y Centros para Menores de Puerto Rico, Inc.

8,856.75

Hogar Nueva Mujer Santa María de la Merced, Inc.

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FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA DE PUERTO RICO

Annual Report

14,745.00


Rico, Inc

9,000.00

ACCESS TO HOUSING

Salesiana de Orocovis

1,448.38

Corporación Desarrollo Económico de Ceiba, Inc.

150,000.00

Salud Integral en la Montaña (SIM)330

4,068.59

Instituto para el Desarrollo Socioeconómico y de Vivienda de PR, Inc. INDESOVI

700,000.00

Sicomoro, Inc. (Club Abacoa)

339.20

One Stop Career Center of Puerto Rico

350,000.00

Siempre Vivas/Coordinadora Paz para la Mujer

260.00

PathStone Community Development Corporation of Puerto Rico

350,000.00 300,000.00

Solo por Hoy, Inc.

1,708.38

Ponce Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc.

Surf4DEM,Inc.

3,750.00

Solo por Hoy, Inc.

80,000.00

Taller Salud Inc.

9,260.00

Red de Fundaciones de Puerto Rico

50,000.00

The Jane Stern Dorado Community Library

4,531.32

SUBTOTAL 1,980,000.00

Universidad de Puerto Rico / Recinto de Ciencias Médicas Vitrina Solidaria, Inc. Voluntarios Unidos Sirviendo con Amor Inc. (VUSCA) YMCA de San Juan

678.40 11,000.00 1,334.00 49,609.00

FLOOD CONTROL Vegabajeños Impulsando Desarrollo Ambiental Sustentable

30,000.00

SUBTOTAL 30,000.00

SUBTOTAL 1,279,789.73 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY INCUBATORS

IMMEDIATE HELP: CASEY FAMILY PROGRAMS Centro de Servicio Comunitarios Vida Plena

21,000.00

Instituto de Cooperativismo, Universidad de PR

18,500.00

Centros Sor Isolina Ferrer

21,000.00

Centro Sor Isolina Ferre

18,000.00

Hogar Forjadores de Esperanza

21,000.00

Casa Sin Fronteras Inc

30,000.00

Institute fro Individual, Group and Organizational Development

21,000.00

Proyecto Matria, Inc

30,000.00

P.E.C.E.S

21,000.00

Programa de Educacion Comunal de Entrega y Servicio, Inc

18,000.00

Centro de Microempresas y Tecnologia Agricola, (CMAT’s)

20,000.00

Oficina para la Promocion y el Desarrollo, Inc ( OPDH)

20,000.00

SUBTOTAL 105,000.00

SUBTOTAL 154,500.00

ACCESS TO EDUCATION Asociación de Maestros de Puerto Rico

14,950.00

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

ACCESS TO RENEWABLE ENERGY

Asociación Recreativa, Educativa y Comunal de Mariana, Inc ( ARECMA)

Centro de Salud de Lares (Centros Integrados de Servicios de Salud) Concilio de Salud Integral de Loíza Corporación de Servicios de Salud y Medicina Avanzada (COSSMA)

25,000.00

40,000.00

SUBTOTAL 40,000.00

75,000.00 100,000.00

HYDROPONICS

Costa Salud Community Health Centers

50,000.00

Centro de Adiestramiento para Personas con Impedimentos, Inc

25,000.00

Migrant Health Center Western Region, Inc.

75,000.00

Programa de Educación Comunal de Entrega y Servicio

50,000.00

Migrant Health Center, Inc. PryMed Medical Care, Inc.

100,000.00

SUBTOTAL 75,000.00

25,000.00 125,000.00

SUBTOTAL GRANTS

y de Vivienda de PR, Inc. INDESOVI

310,000.00

RECOMMENDED FUNDS* ESTABLISHED BY

Comunidad Toro Negro, Inc.

248,866.00

DONORS TO ADDRESS THE EMERGENCY

Salud Integral en la Montaña (SIM)330

5,261,233.29

Instituto para el Desarrollo Socioeconómico

Corporación de Servicios de Salud y Medicina Avanzada (COSSMA)/ Esperanza Village

124,000.00

SUBTOTAL 1,257,866.00

FONDO JOSÉ MIGUEL AGRRELOT Shalom Facilities Care, Inc.

5,000.00

SHONALI CHOUDHURY FUND

ACCESS TO WATER Acueducto Comunal Río Chiquito, Inc.

75,600.00

Taller Salud, Inc.

Acueducto Comunitario Algarrobo, Inc.

18,660.49

Casa Protegida Julia de Burgos

2,500.00

Comité Comunal de Corcovada, Inc.

22,713.00

SUBTOTAL

5,000.00

Comunidad Toro Negro, Inc.

19,000.00

Mesa Multisectorial del Bosque Modelo PR

44,394.00

FONDO DR. MARIO JULIÁ Y MARÍA L. SALDAÑA

Pozo de Agua, Inc.

43,605.00

Misioneras Cristo Salvador

Cuyon Water Services, Inc.

25,255.07

Solo Por Hoy

14,000.00

Asociación de Vecinos del Sector Los Oquendo

44,900.00

SUBTOTAL

22,000.00

Plenitud Iniciativas Eco- Educativas, Inc

30,000.00

SUBTOTAL

2,500.00

8,000.00

324,127.56

Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico

FUNDACIÓN COMUNITARIA DE PUERTO RICO

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Solar system in Morovis Community Health Center.

Resident of Esperanza Village community in Juncos.

FISCAL SPONSORS

FONDO ANÓNIMO Boys & Girls Club - Isabela

19,000.00

Cabecitas Rapadas

Centro de Adultos y Niños - CANII

16,323.72

Climbing Life Relief Team Project Fund

Centro Desarrollo Educativo y Deportivo - DEDI Colegio de Aprendizaje y Desarrollo Integrado, Corp. - CADEI

5,000.00 25,000.00

Needs PR VAMOS Concertación Ciudadana

Hogar Infantil Jesús Nazareno

7,500.00

IDEBAJO

Hogar Niños Regazo de Paz

7,500.00

Citi - Fideicomiso de la Tierra Caño Martín Peña

Initiative for Independent Schooling - Micael School

23,000.00

Surf4DEM

15,000.00

SUBTOTAL 118,323.72

240,000.00 50,000.00 25,000.00 240,000.00

SUBTOTAL 606,000.00 SUBTOTAL GRANTS ( SEPT. 2017 - SEPT. 2018) 7,559,849.73 OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER 2018

FONDO FUNDACIÓN TOYOTA Fundación Amigos del Yunque

1,000.00 50,000.00

9,000.00

Caras de La Américas

12,800.00

ENERGY

Red Caribeña de Varamiento

20,000.00

HPM Foundation (Healthpromed)

25,000.00

SUBTOTAL 198,123.72

HPM Foundation (Healthpromed)

44,000.00

HPM Foundation (Healthpromed)

44,000.00

Migrant Health Center Western Region

25,000.00

Morovis Community Health Center

25,000.00

Salud Integral en La Montaña

25,000.00

SUBTOTAL GRANTS

348,447.44

FONDOS ESTABLECIDOS PARA ATENDER LA EMERGENCIA Hispanic Federation Hurricane Relief Fund (140 grants to students)

95,000.00

DLC Ogilvy Hurricane Relief Fund (8 grants to individuals)

47,460.00

FOOD SAFETY

Blackwood 2014 Trust Fund (118 grants to individuals)

95,000.00

Corporación de Servicios de Salud Primaria

Artisan Aid Fund (49 grants to artisans)

95,000.00

y Desarrollo Socioeconómico El Otoao

Fund (258 grants to individuals)

50,000.00

New York Healthcare’s Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief 950,000.00

SUBTOTAL $1,282,460.00

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Corporación de Servicios de Salud y Medicina Avanzada (COSSMA)

50,000.00

PR RECOVERY NOW – WESTERN PR AND

COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

CENTRAL MOUNTAIN RECOVERY FUND

Vitrina Solidaria, Inc.

20,000.00

Connecting Paths PR Inc.

4,500.00

Mujeres de Islas, Inc.

18,000.00

Instituto Especial para el Desarrollo Integral del Individuo (IDIIFCO)

4,500.00

Eco Recursos Comunitarios, Inc.

20,000.00

Oficina para la Promoción y el Desarrollo Humano, Inc. (OPDH)

8,982.00

Pathstone Island Services Plenitud Iniciativas Eco-educativas Programa de Apoyo y Enlace Comunitario (PAEC)

13,483.00 8,983.00 16,761.00

WATER Sistema de Agua Potable Barrio Jacaboa

22,868.09

HISPANIC FEDERATION PUERTO RICO RECOVERY AND RELIEF FUND

Instituto Especial para el Desarrollo Integral del

Foundation for a Better Puerto Rico

250,000.00

SUBTOTAL 61,709.00

SUBTOTAL ( LAST 3 MONTHS OF 2018)

618,868.09

SUBTOTAL GRANTS

SUBTOTAL ( TRANSPARENCY REPORT SEP 2017- SEP 2018) 7,559,849.73

Individuo, Familia y Comunidad, Inc - Maricao

4,500.00

1,344,169.00

TOTAL GRANTS ( SEP 2017- DEC 2018) 8,178,717.82

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FINANCIALLY AUDITED STATES

Kevane Grant Thornton LLP

Puerto Rico Community Foundation, Inc. (A Not-for-Profit Organization)

Statements of Financial Position December 31, 2018 and 2017

Assets Cash and cash equivalents Pledges receivable Prepaid expenses and others Loans receivable Investments, at fair value Property and equipment, net Total assets

2018

2017

$10,087,061 486,196 43,524 1,427,649 24,136,478 1,638,193 $37,819,101

$11,184,204 511,060 36,988 398,118 24,641,680 1,719,408 $38,491,458

$1,226,804 2,379,374 1,150,000 58,883 4,815,061

$1,256,657 637,274 600,000 76,618 2,570,549

28,767,644 4,236,396 33,004,040 $37,819,101

29,081,262 6,839,647 35,920,909 $38,491,458

Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Grants payable Notes payable Obligations under capital leases Total liabilities Net assets: With donor restrictions Without donor restrictions Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets

Statements of Activities and Changes in Net Assets Years Ended December 31, 2018 and 2017

REVENUES, GAINS AND OTHER SUPPORT: Contributions and services revenues Interest and dividend income, net of custodian and investment advisory fees of $210,475 and $160,749 in 2018 and 2017, respectively In-kind contributions Other support Total revenues, gains and other support

2018 Without Donor With Donor Restrictions Restrictions

Total

2017 Without Donor With Donor Restrictions Restrictions

Total

$30,974

$8,423,223

$8,454,197

$3,140

$9,969,799

$9,972,939

569,240 54,501 54,330

-

569,240 54,501 54,330

472,078 192,252 34,633

-

472,078 192,252 34,633

709,045

8,423,223

9,132,268

702,103

9,969,799

10,671,902

NET ASSETS RELEASED FROM RESTRICTIONS: Satisfaction of program restrictions

8,736,841

(8,736,841)

-

2,214,846

(2,214,846)

-

EXPENSES: Field of interest grants Puerto Rico Recovery Fund Grants Economic community development grants Program related expenses Asset development and fund raising General and administrative Philanthropy development programs

1,112,315 6,616,558 1,341,943 402,514 667,048 263,483

-

1,112,315 6,616,558 1,341,943 402,514 667,048 263,483

972,164 1,091,578 75,000 918,071 648,649 745,704 321,365

-

972,164 1,091,578 75,000 918,071 648,649 745,704 321,365

10,403,861

-

10,403,861

4,772,531

-

4,772,531

REALIZED AND UNREALIZED (LOSSES) GAINS ON INVESTMENTS, NET IMPAIRMENT LOSS ON LONGLIVED ASSETS CHANGE IN NET ASSETS NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR

Total expenses

(1,645,276) (2,603,251) 6,839,647

(313,618) 29,081,262

(1,645,276) (2,916,869) 35,920,909

2,812,861 (48,950) 908,329 5,931,318

7,754,953 21,326,309

2,812,861 (48,950) 8,663,282 27,257,627

NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR

$4,236,396

$28,767,644

$33,004,040

$6,839,647

$29,081,262

$35,920,909

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Mission

Vision

To develop the capacities of communities in Puerto Rico to achieve their social and economic transformation by stimulating philanthropic investment and maximizing the impact and performance of each contribution.

To be the engine that leads community transformation by increasing community capital. Our work will be shared with the United States, the Caribbean and Latin America.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Antonio Escudero-Viera | President Anitza Cox Marrero | Vice president Vivian I. Neptune Rivera | Secretary Miguel L. Vargas Jiménez | Treasurer MEMBERS Aida Torres Cruz Alana Feldman Soler Benjamín Rosario Rosario Desirée Mieses Llavat Justo Méndez Arámburu María Dolores Fernós Marta E. Fernández Pabellón Nelson I. Colón Tarrats Roberto Pagán Rodríguez Víctor García San Inocencio

STAFF 2018 MANAGEMENT Nelson I. Colón Tarrats | Executive President Mary Ann Gabino Martínez | Senior Vice President David Haddock-Domínguez | Vice President, Administration and Programs María del C. Rondón Ruiz | President Coordinator INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS Tamara González Graña | Donor Service Director Jocelyn G. Capeles Pérez | Donor Service Senior Officer Evelina Henríquez Ramírez | Donor Service Officer Diana Galiñanes Giráldez | Development Executive Coordinator Karen Rivera Girau | Administrative Assistant Donor Service Libni E. Sanjurjo Meléndez | Communications Officer PROGRAMS Álida Rivera Ponce | Community Director Yolanda Morales-Wong | Program Specialist Agnes Crespo Quintana | Community Economic Development Leader Juan Javier Rivera Morales | Specials Projects Leader and Executive Support ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCES Noelia A. Marín Oquendo | Finance Director Juan J. Reyes Rivera | Administration Director Evelyn Romero | Human Resource and Office Manager Hilda M. Martínez Tizol | Senior Executive Secretary Lorette Rivera Meléndez | Accounting Officer Ruth E. Román Cruz | Administrative Assistant Administration and Finances 28

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NOTes

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