Puerto Rico residents tend to a community garden that will be transformed into a resilience hub, supported by the Walmart Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fund.


In the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, more than 11,000 individuals, corporations and foundations from around the world generously donated $6.4 million to The Miami Foundation’s relief funds. Those dollars have supported ongoing recovery and rebuilding efforts throughout Miami-Dade, the Florida Keys and Caribbean islands. Rebecca Mandelman, vice president for strategy and engagement, reflects on the community champions who stepped up and continue to help the residents who need it most. Read more>>

Also in this newsletter:

One on one with Armando Codina: “Our united desire to thrive is what makes us Miamians.”
Breaking down the ballot: understanding Florida’s proposed constitutional amendments
You’re five steps away from hosting a My Miami Story conversation on Oct. 23rd
After a natural disaster, how should your charitable dollars be distributed?
Challenge winners team up to activate parks and streets in West Kendall

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