Jennifer Lopez made a Donation after the Disaster in Puerto Rico

Jennifer Lopez made a Donation after the Disaster in Puerto Rico

Jennifer Lopez made a Donation after the Disaster in Puerto Rico

The announcement comes after the Governor made a visit to the hurricane-ravaged island of Puerto Rico on Friday.

The singer, 48, showed her love and support for her family's native country as she spoke alongside New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

According to a report from People, Lopez and her former husband, Marc Anthony, were reportedly working together as they spearhead the relief efforts for the hurricane victims of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.

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"My cousin and I and our family still haven't been able to hear from all of our family over there, and we are concerned for them and everyone on the island", she said. It was reported that her donation was proceeds of her recently concluded Las Vegas show. "We are working day and night to identify the needs".

Jennifer Lopez is sending her love - and money - to Puerto Rico! Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and player J.J. Barea have organized two airplanes full of supplies.

Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred and New York Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner have both committed to giving a "significant" contribution, Lopez said.

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He said: 'Yesterday we saw an entire island of Americans without power. I urge you to support and donate to the efforts of the first lady of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Rosselló. McGovern said people donating to relief efforts can designate which storm they would like to give to and that 91 percent of all donations go directly to help people impacted by the storms.

She ended: 'Together we can help rebuild our island and the Caribbean'.

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