Mirana* will not soon forget the events of September 20, 2017. It was the day Hurricane Maria ripped across the island of Puerto Rico and destroyed her home. With few other options, Mirana collected pieces of wood and blocks from the rubble to build a tiny shelter for herself and her mentally challenged daughter.

Before the storm, Mirana and her husband had dreamed of building a new house. Her husband even drew a blueprint before he passed away a number of years ago. Using his blueprint, CAM volunteers built a small block house for Mirana and her daughter. Thank you, supporters, for making it possible to share God’s love by providing for this widow.


Rebuilding a Widow's Home (Hurricane Maria)Rebuilding a Widow's Home (Hurricane Maria)


*Name changed to protect identity.


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