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Teamsters Come Together to Help Puerto Rico!

On September 19, 2017 Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico leaving over three million people in ruins. Puerto Rico is without power, water is in short supply, finding safe shelter is getting harder to come by, hospitals are already filled to capacity and the reserves of basic supplies are beginning to diminish by the day.

Teamsters have always been there to help in times of disaster, and today is no different.  Teamster drivers from around the country have volunteered to travel to Puerto Rico to transport emergency supplies to people in need.  Teamster members have donated thousands in money and supplies to assist hurricane victims in Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida.  Teamsters 2010 is joining in the effort and you can help too!


Let’s Help the People of Puerto Rico

Donate much needed supplies to those devastated by Hurricane Maria.

Here is a list of most-need donation items:

• Bottled Water
• Pain Relief Medication for Children and Adults
• Canned Milk
• Baby Wipes
• Diapers
• Baby Formula
• Stomach Relief & Diarrhea Medication
• First-Aid Kits
• Mosquito Repellent
• Blankets
• Pillows
• Batteries
• Battery Operated Fans
• Generators
• Mattresses


Cash donations will also be accepted. All cash donations will be used to purchase additional disaster relief supplies.  Checks can be made out to the We Will Foundation. 

Donations can be dropped off at the Teamsters Local 911 Union Hall (9900 Flower St. Bellflower, CA 90706) Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30am-4:30pm.  You can also contact your Union Representative to have us stop by your worksite and pick up your donations by Friday, October13.

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