The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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Help The Tonight Show Support Puerto Rico

The Tonight Show and Jimmy saw so many cool parts of Puerto Rico, and all the ways that it’s thriving, during our special show filmed there. So much of that growth and rebuilding in the months since the devastation of Hurricane Maria is because of the hard work of small business owners.

Our partners at American Express have committed $250,000 dollars to the Hispanic Federation to help small businesses get back on their feet. Jimmy also made a donation there and to chef José Andrés' charity World Central Kitchen, which helps bring food and hope to communities.

Now it's your turn! If you'd like to help our fellow citizens in Puerto Rico, be a pal and donate to any of the following organizations:

Hispanic Federaton

Hispanic Federation UNIDOS for Puerto Rico

Official Site:

Social Media: @HispanicFed

How They Help: The goal of our UNIDOS Program is clear: to serve the immediate and long-term needs of families and communities in Puerto Rico.

Flamboyan Arts Fund

Flamboyan Foundation, Home of the Flamboyan Arts Fund


Social Media:@FlamboyanFDN

How They Help: Award-winning composer, lyricist, and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda, his family, and Hamilton have partnered with the Flamboyan Foundation to create the Flamboyan Arts Fund. As critical components of Puerto Rico’s tourism, arts and culture are pivotal to the vitality and the economic recovery of the island.

This limited-term fund will be dedicated to supporting institutions, arts groups, and independent artists to ensure that the arts and culture continue to flourish through the rebuilding of Puerto Rico. Through this initiative, we will also advocate for public and private funding for the arts to ensure that momentum continues beyond the scope of the fund.


World Central Kitchen

World Central Kitchen

Official Site:

Social Media:@wckitchen

How They Help: Founded by José Andrés, World Central Kitchen is using food as an agent of change in communities around the world. In the past year and a half, WCK has served over 7 million meals to victims of natural disasters in the United States and abroad. WCK is also active in supporting local farmers, clean cookstoves, and job creation through culinary training and investments in food-related social enterprises.


Proyecto Peninsula de Cantera

Proyecto Península de Cantera

Official Site:Península de Cantera

Social Media:@CanteraPR

How They Help: Península de Cantera Project (PPC) is established in 1992 from the organization and self-management of a group of residents affected by the ravages of Hurricane Hugo (1989) and under the threat of the disappearance of their community by the government. The PPC is composed of three community-based organizations, with the purpose of ensuring permanence, ensuring the welfare of families and improving the quality of life of the more than 9,000 inhabitants who reside in this sector of San Juan. Is composed by three organizations are: including the leaders of the 16 sectors of the community, a public corporation that enforces the Integral Development Plan to ensure the social, economic and cultural development of the community in a joint effort with, the Commonwealth, the Municipality of San Juan and the private sector, and Apoyo Empresarial for the Cantera Peninsula, Inc.; who channels restricted funds from the private sector and federal programs to community projects and focuses on the development and financing of housing and economic activity.

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No amount is too little. Or, you know what's even more fun? Go support Puerto Rico in person!

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