Clean Water for Puerto Rico

Clean Water for Puerto Rico

  1. Clean Water for Puerto Rico

On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico with devastating force leaving many of the island residents with no transportation, no electricity and no clean drinking water.  Now several months after the hurricane many residents in interior of the island are still without, electricity, clean drinking water and proper medical care.

The Conejo Compassion Coalition has established a partnership with a team of doctors from the University of Puerto Rico who have been travelling to villages in the interior of the island providing medical care, food and clean water to the local residents.  As these missions continue, there is a need for more water filters to leave with village residents so that they can continue to have clean water when the team leaves.

The Conejo Compassion Coalition places the orders for these filters and has them shipped directly to Puerto Rico.  Can you provide a water filter for a family in Puerto Rico?  Each water filter costs $59.95.  Thank you in advance for your support.

Wildfire Relief

Wildfire Relief

The Woolsey Fire and the nearby Hill Fire, which started within 30 minutes of each other forced the evacuation of nearly 300,000 residents from their homes in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. At least two deaths have been blamed on the fires, which have scorched approximately 100,000 acres, and destroyed more than 150 homes.

Since the fires the Conejo Compassion Coalition has been providing emergency relief for families who lost their homes as they struggle to meet the needs of daily living and transition from emergency care to more permanent living arrangements.  As the needs of these families evolve during this long and difficult transition, the support provided by our organization will also evolve as we accompany them on this arduous journey.  

“Thank you so much for the help you’re giving to my family in this difficult time.  All I can say with all my heart is God bless Conejo Compassion Coalition.”

Received from family who lost their home in Woolsey Fire