Why Help Here?
These are the people struggling to remain in Mexico. They live on the border, but work for $39 a week trying to build a better Mexico.
We enable life saving and life changing medical treatments. We work with schools, provide free meals to school children, provide after-school programs, and we walk door to door to understand how we can help.
My name is Lupita
Lupita is 8 years old and needs immediate help to correct the most severe form of spina bifida. Doctors believe that she must undergo tests and surgery as soon as possible. (The older the child the less likely surgery remains an option).Details
My name is Sofia
"My arms and hands did not form properly. I know I am different, but maybe a doctor can change me". We want to give Sofia the best life possible. She lives with the challenges of poverty and we want this bright and shinning angel to experience a better life and future.Details
Alexis both eyes removed
Upon meeting with us after his 2nd eye was removed Alexis said, "I cannot see. The doctor took my eye" We recently learned that the cancer already spread to other parts of his body. Alexis returns to the hospital on June 18th.Details
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