Toys bring joy to families recovering from Hurricanes Irma and Maria
The employees in the Alpharetta Office collected toy donations over the holidays to donate to needy children in Puerto Rico. Those toys were recently given to the children and were received with much delight. The toys were a blessing to these children, especially since the island is still in full recovery mode following last year’s Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
On January 24, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reported that a total of 450,000 residents of the American territory are still without electricity. Damage costs are estimated to fall somewhere between $45 billion and $95 billion, and residential real estate, which was thought to be among the biggest drivers of economic loss, could be between $25 billion and $55 billion.