"It makes me cry to see families like mine with children sleeping in the streets," said Marucci Guzmán, executive director of Latino Leadership, one of the groups involved in the effort. "They went to bed with a home [and a] roof over their head, and woke up to shattered lives."
The nonprofit organization is working with the
Tuesday's magnitude 6.4 quake -- the most powerful to strike the
On Tuesday night, President
"The municipalities of
Residents in the southern part of the island were reported to be sleeping outdoors, either because their homes were uninhabitable or because they feared further destruction from aftershocks.
Drop-off locations sites have been established at:
For more information on how to help, contact Guzmán at [email protected] or 407-895-0801.
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