Robinson SGA members visited Guayama to lend a helping hand and repair some of the damage caused by Hurricane Maria.
Doña Carmen, the owner of Santuario Canita, has given refuge to more than 800 dogs. This sanctuary is now the biggest shelter in Puerto Rico and the entire Caribbean. Our students, moved by Doña Carmen’s commitment, decided to put their Heart of Service into Action by bringing animal food and cleaning supplies. Once they arrived, Doña Carmen showed them around and shared the story of Santuario Canita. She also showed them how the shelter was affected by the storm’s heavy rain and strong winds. Robinson students said ¡presente! by helping clean up debris and making sure the animal cages were sparkly clean! It was an amazing day full of solidarity, hard work, and wagging tails. Great job!