In an effort to provide relief for friends and family affected by the 2017 hurricanes in Puerto Rico, C&P and its employees banded together to help. (PRWEB) December 27, 2017 After Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico in September of 2017, Cuhaci & Peterson employees Leginska Perez, Nicole Richner and Sharleen Betancourt stepped up to mobilize support for relief efforts within the firm.
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The SPCA says a few more of the pets will be medically cleared for adoption later this week.
Veniez told me every day was a battle for survival. It’s straight survival mode." Veniez now hopes others in Puerto Rico can get the help they need.
"He stood in line for seven hours just to get the kids food and diapers," she said of Gonzalez. "There are families out there and babies who don't have water or food or even shelter.
It's pouring rain outside and you're driving through 4-feet of water.
It wasn't anything I want to go through again," Veniez said. "Every turn you take is just another mission to get through the next day.Additionally, the C&P team determined that there was also a need for funds that could be used to purchase necessities quickly and easily by local residents.As there are numerous Walmart locations across the island of Puerto Rico, the remainder of the funds was allocated to purchase 35 0 gift cards that could be given to those recovering to use for what they personally need most.With a nod of thanks to military veterans, marching bands and floral floats took to the streets under sunny California skies as the 129th Rose Parade drew hundreds of thousands of spectators on New Year's Day and millions more watched on TV.— North Carolina Emergency Management on Friday sent another team of people to Puerto Rico to aid recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria.BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Weeks after being rescued from Puerto Rico, three puppies are ready to become part of your furever family.