Collette Reeves hurricane relief

Many of you know the story. Collette moved to Puerto Rico almost 3 years ago. The happiest I have ever seen her since I met her have been on the many trips that I have taken to visit. Well, this storm season ripped that happiness away. There's no work, there's no power and there's no water most of the time since the day the storms hit (almost a month and a half ago). Packages aren't arriving, flights to leave are hard to get (especially with her two dogs). She's not happy about asking me to set this up for her. Many of you know she's a VERY independent woman and it pains her to ask for help, but, it has come to that. Her workplace was suppose to open November 1st, but has been pushed back until after Thanksgiving now and there’s little to no work to be found. Many have asked how to help, here's your chance. All money will go directly to her for food, bottled water (when available), gas and necessities to stay alive. She has a bank account on the island and can withdraw a certain amount of money per day and last I heard, all transactions were done via paper. Cell phone signal is very limited and only available on certain spots of the island. If you have any questions, I will do my best to answer them.
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Organizer and beneficiary

Chris Jack 
St. Petersburg, FL
Collette Reeves 
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