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Bethenny Frankel is bringing supplies to Puerto Rico

By Admin / Published On Monday, 02 Oct 2017 18:15 PM / No Comments / 26 views

She was recently in Mexico helping out the victims of the massive earthquake.

And Bethenny Frankel wasn’t done with her charitable work yet as she has chartered four planes filled with supplies for the hurricane-stricken residents of Puerto Rico.

The reality star, 46, will personally distribute over 20,000 pounds of supplies and $ 50,000 in gift cards and cash during her humanitarian trip on Monday. 

Outreach: Bethenny Frankel, 46, has chartered four planes filled with supplies for the hurricane-stricken residents of Puerto Rico; (pictured helping earthquake victims in Mexico last week)

Outreach: Bethenny Frankel, 46, has chartered four planes filled with supplies for the hurricane-stricken residents of Puerto Rico; (pictured helping earthquake victims in Mexico last week)

Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico on September 20, leaving all 3.5 million residents on the 100-mile-long island without electricity.

According to a report by CNN, Hurricane Maria is believed to have killed at least 10 people, with rescue workers describing the conditions as ‘apocalyptic’. 

The island was still recovering from Hurricane Irma, which had hit two weeks earlier, leaving three people dead. 

Bethenny will arrive a day before President Trump with water, canned goods, diapers, baby food, medical supplies, etc. 

Loading up: Bethenny posted a picture of one of the planes being loaded with supplies

Loading up: Bethenny posted a picture of one of the planes being loaded with supplies

Supplies: One snap shows a warehouse full of palettes of water bottles that will make their way onto the plane

Supplies: One snap shows a warehouse full of palettes of water bottles that will make their way onto the plane

She will be bringing back sick and wounded women and children on the planes for treatment in the United States. 

The selfless entrepreneur is spending her own money for this venture representing her B Strong charity.

On her Instagram page, she posted pictures of the planes and supplies that will be heading down to the U.S. territory. 

Helping out: Another post shows volunteers packing boxes with supplies for the victims

Helping out: Another post shows volunteers packing boxes with supplies for the victims

One snap shows a warehouse full of palettes of water bottles that will make their way onto the plane.

Another post shows volunteers packing boxes with supplies for the victims.

A photo of one of the planes was captioned: ‘Paying my own way for Puerto Rico. Filling this B up w supplies.’

Bethenny has partnered with Delivering Good, Doctors4Puertorico.com, Fundacionhospitalpediatico.org, University Pediatric Hospital and Global Empowerment Mission for this amazing effort.

Early arrival: Bethenny will arrive a day before President Trump with water, canned goods, diapers, baby food, medical supplies, etc

Early arrival: Bethenny will arrive a day before President Trump with water, canned goods, diapers, baby food, medical supplies, etc

Cash is king: The reality star will personally distribute over 20,000 pounds of supplies and $ 50,000 in gift cards and cash during her humanitarian trip

Cash is king: The reality star will personally distribute over 20,000 pounds of supplies and $ 50,000 in gift cards and cash during her humanitarian trip

Humor and heart: A photo of one of the planes was captioned: 'Paying my own way for Puerto Rico. Filling this B up w supplies.'

Humor and heart: A photo of one of the planes was captioned: ‘Paying my own way for Puerto Rico. Filling this B up w supplies.’

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