Fundraiser held in New Haven for Puerto Rico hurricane relief

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Puerto Rico is still in need of help, and a fundraiser in New Haven on Sunday is doing its part.

New Haven Mayor Toni Harp continues to address the need for relief efforts to hurricane victims.Related Content: First flight from Puerto Rico to Connecticut lands as displaced reunite with family

The island is still without much of its power.

So far, there have been at least $85,000 raised for Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico.Related Content: 2-1-1 call center gearing up to help Puerto Ricans arriving here

To help with recovery efforts, grab a bite to eat at Bear’s BBQ on Chapel Street in New Haven starting at 4 p.m.

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