South Bronx con El Sur de Puerto Rico is an evening of poetry, live music, dance, theater and food for the soul in the heart of the South Bronx, benefiting the ongoing earthquake relief effort on behalf of the people on the Island of Puerto Rico (U.S. citizens).

This special cultural pop-up fundraiser is supporting El Maestro, Inc.’s “New York con Puerto Rico” project that has been collecting much-needed supplies for the relief assistance effort. All proceeds will go toward providing much-need on-the-ground assistance in Puerto Rico in partnership with El Maestro and their network of vetted grassroots organizations already mobilized on the Island, as well as ensuring all donated supplies are not “lost in transit” and reach the intended impacted communities.

Cultural Program Curated & M.C.d by Mariposa, featuring: Bombazo Dance Co., Devin Trey Campbell (Open Hydrant, Kinky Boots & currently on ABCs hit comedy Single Parents), Enso Taves, The Boogie Down All Stars, Athena Colon, Alba Delia Hernandez, Raul Gorras Moris and others!

Friday, January 24, 2020 – 6:30pm-9pm. (Download Flier)

The POINT CDC – 940 Garrison Ave, The Bronx, NY 10474

Suggested donation: $20. But give whatever you can. No one will be turned away.

News about El Maestro’s current relief work: Fox 5 | Bronx News12

All proceeds will go to earthquake relief efforts in Puerto Rico. We are supporting El Maestro Inc.’s earthquake relief effort to collect and send emergency supplies to Peñuelas, to be distributed to communities in Guayanilla, Guanica, and Ponce, as well as La Brigada Solidaria del Oeste and Taller Cunyabe in Salinas/Centro de Acopio, two groups doing work on the ground in Puerto Rico.

Hosted by The POINT CDC, Mothers on the Move (MOM), We Stay / Nos Quedamos, O.U.R Place, and El Maestro, Inc. (NYC).

If you would like to know more about the benefit, contact Edwin Pagán at 718-585-2323 or

Founded in 2003 in the South Bronx, the mission of El Maestro is to preserve the identity, history and cultural legacies of the Puerto Rican Community for the benefit of our future generations and to the benefit of society and the world. Since its foundation, the center has been developing a series of events and activities, which focus on traditional and contemporary Puerto Rican cultural expressions such as music, dance and literature.

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