Project Goals

  • Help families rebuild their homes and provide desperately needed building supplies and other necessities for families struggling without flood insurance and limited government support
  • Support Boy's and Girl's Clubs and HeadStart Programs with tutoring and school repair
  • Help restore the devastated environment and parks that are vital to the ecosystem and economy of Puerto Rico
  • Bring skilled labor to the recovery effort starting in summer 2018

Volunteer Food, Lodging and Project Coordination

CC International provides all food, lodging and project coordination so that your volunteer team can focus on completing projects. Volunteers will stay in volunteer facilities that have been inspected and approved by CCI.  CCI provides all transportation once volunteer teams have arrived in Puerto Rico (Flights to Puerto Rico are not included in the Project Service Fee)

  • Safe and clean sleeping areas
  • Clean and functional bathroom facilities
  • Showers
  • Sanitary food services
  • Access to medical support
  • Onsite communications
  • Electricity
  • Fresh water


The tourism sector of Puerto Rico is incredibly important to the people who live there, all of our volunteers will participate in a tourist activity to support Puerto Rico's tourism sector.  The recreational activity is included in the Project Service Fee.

Project Service Fee

The Project Service Fee of $885.00 per person is based on seven nights and eight days, and includes all food, lodging, in country transportation, full time volunteer coordinator, project materials, liability insurance, and educational/recreational activity.  Project Service Fee does not include flights to and from Puerto Rico.  Fill out a volunteer team sign up form to get started.

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the recent passing of CC International’s Puerto Rico Project Coordinator Hector Saroza.

Hector made the video below shortly after the hurricane and worked tirelessly to help Puerto Rico recover.  

Hector has been an essential leader as the Puerto Rico Project has had to adapt and expand to meet the challenges as Puerto Rico continues to recover. His love and dedication to serving others inspired the hundreds of volunteers who had the good fortune to work with him over the past six years.

Our dear friend and colleague will be deeply missed.  Although we can never replace Hector we can honor his life and continue his mission of helping the people of Puerto Rico recover and thrive.

We are starting the Hector Saroza Memorial Fund for Puerto Rico in his honor and will be organizing special service trips to Puerto Rico for those who knew and worked with Hector. Both of these initiatives will support the continuation of projects developed by Hector over the past six years.

We who knew and loved Hector will do our best to continue his legacy of selfless service and positive action in his beloved Puerto Rico. 

The road to recovery will be long but we will be with our partners throughout this journey.