Hurricane Maria is regarded as the worst natural disaster on record in Dominica and Puerto Rico.  At its peak, the hurricane caused catastrophic damage and numerous fatalities across the northeaster Caribbean. Puerto Rico finds itself still trying to rebuild and restore the beauty of the land and its people.

This summer, a group of dedicated educators and volunteers will journey to Puerto Rico on a mission to promote education,prkidsliteracy, and hope. We want to serve as tangible hands and feet on the island, providing help through our rebuilding efforts. We believe that we can make a difference by providing tangible assistance that alleviates the effects of poverty and social injustice, while also playing a role in the rebuilding process of schools and educational facilities in Puerto Rico.

Our group of volunteers are actively working to find schools and educational facilities to partner with in the rebuilding of this beautiful island. Please consider partnering with us by donating funds and or resources to promote this cause. Each dollar donated goes to to cover expenses and resources we want to provide. This will create a lasting impact in the lives of the students we serve, and our lives as well. 



Check out our digital brochure to get the backstory of this movement: Project 214 Brochure and also video footage from former trips to Central America: Project 214 video.


It is in the pursuit of this passion, we have set out to go on a mission’s trip to Puerto Rico in the summer of 2018.




“Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.”

-Nelson Mandala