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Bethenny Frankel Is Working on Help for Immigrant Families Through Her Nonprofit

The Real Housewives of New York City organizer is continuing her humanitarian mission.

By Alesandra Dubin

Bethenny Frankel founded her BStrong nonprofit to help deliver relief to the people of Puerto Rico suffering in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria; The Real Housewives of New York City humanitarian's group is still providing aid to those affected there, and Bethenny has also moved to help those affected by the devastating volcanic eruption in Guatemala.

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For her next project — without abandoning the others — Bethenny is investigating how to help in the latest situation involving suffering families who need help urgently. On Twitter, Bethenny provided an update on her group's funding, as well as its plans going forward. "BStrong has just received another 25k donation for victims in crisis," she wrote. "I am looking into the immigration issue as we speak. Charitable initiatives need to adhere to their guidelines. Perhaps the cards could help w immigration lawyers. We’re also still working on Guatemala."

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