Known as the heart and soul of the Caribbean, Puerto Rico is full of kind, warm, loving people. It’s these beautiful people who have captivated our hearts. LoveBrave's first disaster relief distribution began September 20, 2017 with Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. We traveled to the island distributing over 5,000 Watts of Love Solar lights to the multitudes living in darkness. Our hearts were moved with compassion after seeing the pain, impact and aftermath of this devastating disaster. We recognize the intrinsic value of each and every person and understand that the whole person needs attention. While LoveBrave has been helping others find freedom from trauma for many years, we felt the need to also provide practical, tangible help. So, we formed LoveBrave Puerto Rico to be a crisis relief organization committed to further expand, unite and mobilize teams to save lives, bring basic necessities and empower communities who are in need. We believe that lighting up the darkness is one way to provide love. We especially feel called to supply sustainable solutions through innovation and solar lighting. We achieve this goal by partnering with www.Wattsoflove.org - a solar light non-profit organization. LoveBrave believes that bringing light to people living in darkness is essential. Join us as we light the world through love!
Since 2001, the leadership of LoveBrave have been improving the quality of life for people all over the world. Now, we are focusing our efforts in Puerto Rico
We partner with Watts of Love to bring a free gift of solar light to the people of Puerto Rico living in darkness.
If you desire to help the people of Puerto Rico recover from past devastation & prepare for future crisis, please consider a financial donation or volunteer to help those in need.
Only checks and money orders accepted right now.
Do you know of individuals or communities that do not have electricity on a regular basis? Please contact us at lovebravePR@gmail.com We are especially intent on reaching people who are not well, unable to help themselves, elderly or disabled.