September 21, 2022


On Sunday, September 18, Hurricane Fiona hit Puerto Rico, causing power outages for millions of homes and businesses and life-threatening flooding across the island. Relief efforts in the impacted areas are underway. If you’re looking to provide aid, here are a few ways you can help. We will continue to update this list as more information and resources become available. For any questions, please reach out to

Coordination Call: Friday, September 23, 2022

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation hosted a coordination call to provide an update from organizations that are actively responding with immediate relief and response efforts. During this briefing, participants learned more about the current situation on the ground and how the private sector can support the recovery.

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Cash Donations

Here is a list of partners responding to the most immediate needs that you might consider supporting:

Additional Disaster Recovery Resources for Businesses

The U.S. Chamber Foundation has a number of resources to help businesses recover during this uncertain time.

  • Our Disaster Help Desk for Business is available at 1-888-MY-BIZ-HELP (888-692-4943) to provide businesses and chambers with direct support from disaster recovery experts. The Disaster Help Desk team has advised thousands of small businesses nationwide, and our team is here to help businesses recovery as quickly as possible and chart a path forward.
  • Resilience in a Box, made possible by The UPS Foundation, is a resource guide based on best practices designed to help educate business leaders on disaster preparedness and business resilience. This tool is available in French and Spanish and includes a helpful checklist and top tips that businesses can do now in advance of the next storm.
  • Our Small Business Readiness for Resiliency Program, developed in partnership with FedEx, helps ensure that small businesses have what they need to deal with the impacts of a disaster in their community and offers grants to those businesses following a disaster.