Georgia colleges work on Hurricane Maria & Mexico earthquake relief efforts

7:56 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017 AJC Homepage
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
People arrive in West Palm Beach, Florida, from Puerto Rico on Tuesday, Sep. 26, 2017. The Eagles Wings Foundation led a rescue mission that transported elderly nursing home patients and some family members to safety after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico. (Calla Kessler / The Palm Beach Post)

Several University System of Georgia campuses are working on ways to help those impacted by Hurricane Maria and the recent earthquake in Mexico.

Here’s a breakdown of the efforts, according to system officials:

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