My Neighbor PR, DBA My Neighbor Ministries is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with EIN 84-4321978
© 2021 All Rights Reserved
Our mission is to love our neighbors, near and far, with the love of God who first loved us. We work with organizations, groups, and churches to help those in need with food, supplies, shelter, and the Word of God.
My Neighbor Ministries is a DBA of My Neighbor PR which is a 501(c)(3) organization founded in October of 2017
after Hurricane Maria devestated so many of our neighbors in the Caribbean.
We are a group of individuals who simply want to serve God and His
people. We came together after the hurricane hit ground to help in any way we could.
With God at the helm we established a 100% volunteer run and operated team.
This allows us to put 100% of donations directly towards food, water, supplies, building materials and operational services.
Our administration office is in New Jersey. We work with teams in New Jersey, Florida, and Puerto Rico (Jayuya, Arecibo, Quebradillas, and San Juan).
Just after the hurricane, we started bringing food and water to our most afflicted neighbors in remote locations in Puerto Rico. In October 2018 we built a house in our first construction project for a family that had been living in an abandoned school since the hurricane. In August 2018 we started rolling out plans to put up roofs in the town of Jayuya. In 2020 we set our eyes on those effected by the earthquakes.
Once the pandemic took hold, we began working closer to home in New Jersey serving our local shelters with food and other necesseties.
We believe that love comes with action. In 1 John 3:17 we read, "If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person?"
You can help by becoming a sponsor, donating for a specific gift or for the general fund, or become an advocate to spread the word.
Earthquakes - A personal story
Earthquakes - Distributing supplies at tent sites
Hurricane Maria - A year and a half later
Hurricane Maria - A year later