Korean Era Puerto Rican veteran Kike Cruz and his wife lost their home during Hurricane Maria. Kike is 90 years old.
Earlier this month, The Puerto Rico Service Platoon supported his family as they work to rebuild his home. We are returning on Sunday, February 24th for Phase II.
Cold water, hot lunch and the chance to make an impact and be a part of a growing movement will be available to all who join us.
Here is the GPS location: https://goo.gl/maps/wHjwq8BGKMS2
Please register if you plan to attend so we can have an accurate count for food and water.
What To Wear :
work clothes and your TMC blue shirt (we will have more if this is your first project)
Certain host organizations, such as schools, may prohibit volunteers with certain types of criminal convictions from participating in a service project. Accordingly, The Mission Continues is requesting your consent to conduct a criminal background check in the event that your Platoon is engaging in a service project with a host organization that requires a criminal background check. By checking the box below, you authorize The Mission Continues to conduct a criminal background check.
If such a background check is required, it will be completed and used in accordance with applicable law. The Mission Continues does not automatically disqualify persons from Platoons based on criminal convictions. We want as many people as possible to have the opportunity to move forward in their lives through service, at the same time that we seek to protect the communities we serve together.