Solidarity with Cuba and Venezuela!

Emergency Campaign for
Hurricane Relief for Cuba

Much of Cuba has been devastated by Hurricane Irma, the first Category 5 hurricane to make landfall in Cuba's history. Thousands of homes, agriculture, electrical plants, the infrastructure, have been seriously damaged. The Cuban people, government, and mass organizations are working hard in the recovery efforts. Even more damaging than natural disaster is the U.S. economic blockade, which has cost the country hundreds of billions of dollars and hampers its development. Cuba is renowned for extending international solidarity to people around the world with medical workers and teachers; even as Hurricane Irma hit Cuba, Cuba was sending 750 medical personnel to other islands in the Caribbean which had been devastated by the hurricane.

It is our turn to come to Cuba's aid!

The Cuba and Venezuela Solidarity Committee is launching an Emergency Campaign to assist Cuba with direct material aid. Every dollar, every contribution made here will go to Cuba for the recovery effort. Please make a donation today and give generously. Contact us if you have access to material aid or can help in other ways. Click here to donate, or call us at 415-821-6545 to find out how you can help.

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