Pratt & Whitney employees bring supplies and joy to local orphanage in Puerto Rico

A hurricane is no obstacle for Santa Claus. And helping hands at Pratt & Whitney ensured 2,500 toys and 1,000 pajamas were delivered to children in need across Puerto Rico.

The employees of Pratt and Whitney Puerto Rico have a special relationship with the local orphanage near their Isabela facility.  After Hurricane Maria, employees worked together to bring a smile to children's faces and  deliver toys and pajamas in time for the holidays. 


This video is part of a series of stories we will share over the next few weeks that showcase the
 dedication and generous spirit of UTC employees who have worked tirelessly to help communities affected by Hurricane Maria.  They are inspiring and motivational. And they demonstrate the spirit of community that defines our company. Keep coming back as we document the important work our employees are doing in Puerto Rico.

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