After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, nearly 3.4 million residents have been left without power, electricity, or communication. Joe Raedle / Getty Images According to reports, it could take months for basic services to be restored, and up to a decade to rebuild the infrastructure. This has caused dire circumstances for those who need immediate medical attention. Puerto Rico has 69 hospitals, but only 11 have fuel and power. And while the US government has been criticized for its slow response to the natural disaster, Pitbull has stepped up to help those in need. Daniel Boczarski / Getty Images On Tuesday, Puerto Rico congresswoman Jenniffer González took to Twitter to thank Pitbull for assisting cancer patients on the island. Jenniffer González @Jenniffer2012 Gracias al cantante @pitbull x prestar avión privado para trasladar pacientes de cáncer de PR a USA para q puedan tomar quimio @DeptSaludPR Tue Sep 26 19:33:59 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite "Thank you @pitbull for lending your private jet to ferry cancer patients from Puerto Rico to the USA to receive chemo treatments"The tweet was retweeted by Puerto Rico's Department of Health. Pitbull responded in a statement to the New York Daily News saying, “Thank God we’re blessed to help. Just doing my part.” Handout / Getty Images And just like that, Mr. 305/Worldwide/Beautiful Bald Man shows how it's done! Isaac Brekken / Getty Images Pitbull is one of many Latino celebs who've stepped up in recent days to help Puerto Rico. To help those who've been affected by Hurricane Maria, here's a comprehensive list of humanitarian and relief organizations.