Collective Response to COVID-19
Forty-six non-profits organizations have received grants that will allow them to work closely with their communities in providing educational, preventive, and health services regarding COVID-19 in vulnerable communities around the island. The total amount of the grants is $802,966.06. Learn more.
35 Years of philanthropic action…
Fundación Comunitaria is celebrating his history, while looking to the future, seeking to build a Puerto Rico of social justice, racial equity, and resilience through the promotion and strengthening of the community capital. Learn more about us.
Establish a fund
Fundación Comunitaria has allowed donors to contribute to the development of Puerto Rican communities. Individuals, families, corporations, and foundations have found the ideal philanthropic partner in the FCPR. Learn more.
Strengthening Community Capitals
The initiatives to strengthen the community aqueducts have achieved significant progress. The community aqueducts are the only source of drinking water for hundreds of vulnerable […] Read More
Community Energy Resilience Fund promote energy security in communities vulnerable to climate change
The initiative was launched by Rockefeller Foundation, Rocky Mountain Institute, Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico, and Resilient Power Puerto Rico. Rockefeller Foundation, Rocky Mountain Institute, […] Read More
FCPR promotes access to water, renewable energy, housing, economic development, and education by strengthening community capital to bridge the inequality gap in our communities.
Agua Pa' Nosotros Program Our Water
MY BROTHER'S KEEPER Alliance for Peace: For a New Loíza
The Alliance for Peace: For a New Loíza has the goal of reducing violent incidents in Loíza and providing educational and employment alternatives that help guide youth human development. The alliance is made up of the Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico, the Municipality of Loíza, Nuestra Escuela and Taller Salud. The initiative benefits young people 15 to 30 years old who live in the Pueblo, Medianía Baja and Medianía Alta neighborhoods of Loíza – neighborhoods where past personal and/or family quarrels limit youth’s ability to move freely because of potential security risks.
RESPONSE TO EMERGENCIES ACCESS TO RESOURCES
Philanthropic Investment COVID-19
Community activation is promoted through non-profit organizations to support coronavirus prevention and containment efforts, mostly concentrated in the elderly population. It is also supporting vulnerable populations due to social isolation measures.
Philanthropic Investment Seismic Activity
Immediate Relief and Recovery
Community organizations were activated and received support from FCPR to offer communities in the southwest area affected by the seismic activity, immediate assistance and access to drinking water, health and housing services, and emotional support (this philanthropic investment includes the contribution of the Fundación Fondo Fundación Serrallés).
Irma and María Philanthropic Investment
Immediate Relief and Sustainable Renovation
Up to September 2019, the amount of grants to nonprofit organizations and individuals, as well as technical assistance and capacity building, ascended to that number, as a result of a strategic and persistent work.
Lives and communities transformed Your legacy in the community
GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS OPPORTUNITIES
Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico posted periodically grants for nonprofits organizations and scholarships for college students. Please, visit the link below to learn more.
COMMUNITY INVESTMENT FUND
The Community Investment Fund of the FCPR is an innovative finance program that promote access to capital to nonprofits organizations to activate the community economic development. Learn more in the link below.
We invite you to learn more about our work after Hurricane María: Sustainable Renovation for Puerto Rico, Transparency Report: One Year After Hurricane María, September 2017-Septembre 2018. You can also see Two Years after Hurricane María and our Annual Report 2017-2018.