Help our brothers and sisters in Cuba.

Donate to organizations directly helping Cuban families on the ground during this time of great need. These organizations are legally registered in the United States and have been vetted by an independent group of Cuban-Americans in South Florida. Find out below how you can help today.

Make a financial donation


Catholic Relief Services

For nearly 30 years, Catholic Relief Services has supported the work of Caritas Cuba on the island. Presently, CRS is supporting emergency food and hygiene assistance for thousands of vulnerable elderly. Given the recent significant increase in COVID-19 cases, CRS hopes to expand this assistance to a growing number of vulnerable families, including people suffering from COVID-19 who are isolating at home. CRS and Caritas Cuba are also making every effort to deliver critical medical supplies and personal protective equipment for health care workers and medical facilities. 

For more information, please visit their website

Friends of Cáritas Cubana

Friends of Caritas Cubana enhances the capacity of Caritas Cuba, the humanitarian and social services arm of the Catholic Church in Cuba, to make life-changing improvements in the lives of the most vulnerable people on the island. Caritas Cuba serves the most vulnerable populations: the elderly, children at risk, the sick and disabled, persons living with HIV/AIDS and victims of natural disasters. Caritas services are available to those in need, regardless of race or creed.

For more information, please visit their website

Misión Emaús Cuba

Misión Emaús Cuba provides monthly meals directly to needy families across the island and ships food, basic hygiene and medicines to Cubans facing severe economic hardships. They work with local Catholic dioceses and religious orders to ensure that the items are distributed directly to the people on the ground.

For more information, please visit their website

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Puente de Amistad

For over 15 years, Puente de Amistad has supported religious laity and sisters in Cuba who run childcare, afterschool, and summer programs for vulnerable children and youth. Through their current emergency fundraising relief efforts, they will provide meals, medicines and personal protective equipment for more 1,400 children and youth in rural provinces like Pinar del Río, Santiago de Cuba, Holguín, and Villa Clara.

For more information, please visit their website.

Wild Horse Children's Foundation

Founded by professional MLB baseball player Yasiel Puig, the Wild Horse Children’s Foundation has been taking food and medicines to Cuba.

For more information, visit their Instagram.

Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami

Since Operation Pedro Pan in the early 1960’s, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami has been directly involved in providing support to the most vulnerable in the Cuban community, both in Cuba and in the Miami area.  The agency has been successful in ensuring that the emergency support provided gets into the hands of those that need it through our work with the Archdiocese of Miami and the Catholic Church in Cuba.  At this time, Catholic Charities has ready access to supplies desperately needed in Cuba and has the ability to ship the supplies but is in need of donations to cover the shipping costs and the cost of each container.  Your help is greatly appreciated.  

For more information, please visit their website.  

Donate physical goods


Over the counter medications, antibiotics and common prescription medicines.

Personal Hygiene & PPE

Soap, shampoo, hand sanitizer, and masks.

Medical equipment

Ventilators, aspirators and other acute care equipment.

Kid in Cuba

Where to donate

Please send a message to the email below if you would like to donate physical goods to Cuba. At this time, we are ONLY able to accept donations of items on the Needed Supplies in Cuba list. You will be contacted with instructions on how to donate.

Email: info@misionemauscuba.com


1) Who are we?

We are a group of Cuban-Americans who are concerned about the humanitarian situation in Cuba. Through this page, we are highlighting vetted U.S.-based organizations that have a long track record of helping Cubans on the island with access to food, hygiene and medicines.

2) What will my monetary contribution go towards?

Your monetary contribution will go towards purchasing food, medicine and personal hygiene for Cuban families on the island. In addition, these donations will also help cover the cost of sending these items to Cuba via air as well as maritime transfers.  

3) How will physical goods be sent to Cuba?

The U.S.-based organizations that we highlight on this site have a track record of sending items to Cuba through trusted partners on the island. These goods will be sent via air and maritime transfers. These goods will be picked up on the island by trusted partners who will distribute them directly to Cuban families.

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