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MAP International (EIN: 36-2586390), one of America's top charities, is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Your gift to MAP are fully tax-deductible as permitted by the law.  

  

Key Facts About MAP's Relief Efforts

Disaster Response: Puerto Rico & Dominica

Daniel de los Reyes of the Zac Brown Band and DayGLOW Music has this special message for MAP supporters.

What you need to know:

  • Six months after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico and Dominica, more than 100,000 people remain without power, clean water is still unavailable to many, and numerous clinics only operate a few hours a day using generators.
  • For victims of Maria, MAP International has continued to supply critically-needed antibiotics, bronchodilators, hypertension medicines, analgesic medicine, water filters, and hygiene items such as antiseptic wipes, soap for hand-washing and other basic disease prevention measures.
  • Since MAP's immediate airlift last September of an initial shipment of medicines and medical supplies after the hurricane hit, MAP has since shipped: 
  • Over $1.1 million in medical relief supplies last November 2 to support people being served by clinics and hospitals.

  • In December MAP sent four 40 foot containers full of antibiotics, oral rehydration therapy, fever reducers, decongestants, bandages, ointments, and water filters.

  • Three additional 40 foot containers of OTC medicines, water filters, Disaster Health Kits and reconstruction supplies will ship this week to our partner, World Hope to distribute immediately.   
  • Additionally, MAP International has equipped medical mission teams with its portable Medical Mission Packs to reach rural areas of Puerto Rico.  MAP has sent more than $200,000 in medical relief through Mission Packs, MAP Disaster Health Kits, and Johnson & Johnson Medical Mission Packs. 
  • Each Medical Mission pack contains analgesics, protective gloves, eye drops, gauze pads and are among 27 health items designed to treat injuries and prevent the spread of disease.

  • MAP International's Disaster Response Team remains committed to saving lives and restoring health and is constant contact with partners on the ground.

  • Much more aid is needed to help the residents of Puerto Rico and the healthcare workers who serve them.

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