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Our Mission: Bring disaster relief and preparedness to remote, isolated, and under-served coastal communities. We address three core needs - Response, Recovery, and Resiliency - to preserve life in times of emergency and rebuild communities in the aftermath.

Community Through Colors (CTC) was founded in 2016 as a mobile art exchange with the mission to spread hope and awareness by using art to reflect the similarities between all humans, despite geographical or cultural location. In 2017, CTC expanded into relief efforts and formed the Sail Relief Team project to assist remote and underserved coastal communities with emergency preparedness and disaster relief efforts. In 2018, CTC opened La Finca de Hamberto Farm and Agricultural Hub to support beginning farmers in Vieques and help the island prepare for natural disasters by working towards food security.

Our Team: We are driven by the desire to serve and the understanding that resilience is built through community efforts, collaborative learning, and the persistance to risk success. We work with individuals and organizations across the world with diverse backgrounds and life experiences to foster sustainability, resilience, and belonging.

Our work would not be possible without the following partners and supporting organizations:










Airlink Our Big Fat Caribbean Rescue Blue Planet Energy Boys and Girls Clubs of PR
Cape Air Burners Without Borders Clean Energy Group Clinton Foundation
CMRC Cornell University Direct Relief EcoGlitter
COREFI Incubadora Bieke Inc. JUNTOS Mercy Corps
Farmpod La Colmena Cimarrona MidNite Solar Mutiny Island Vodka
Nikola Power Mutual Aid Disaster Relief Radio Vieques Sail Aid International
Ticatove World Central Kitchen Resilient Power PR

Vieques En Rescate

Solar for PR OutBack Power Systems Rotary International Rocky Mountain Institute
Tabuchi Electric Vieques Cultural Historical Trust    

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