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House we recently visited in 2019

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.

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My name is Polet

Polet was born with both of her feet twisted inward. She underwent two operations and now needs special splints to help her feet heal so that she can walk, run, and play like the other children.

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My name is Rosyleth

"I need a trip to a hospital for help with my leg and foot so that I can walk and run. I live with my brother, sister, mom and dad near Acuña, Mexico.

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Dana Michele

"My father is blind. He can only see shadows and light. Doctors explained I may have the same condition and only 10% of my vision remains. I am going to a specialist to learn if surgery can help me. "

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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).

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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.

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Ian - Cleft palate and cleft lip / Hydrocephalus

"I was born on October 8, 2017 with a cleft palate and cleft lip and diagnosed with hydrocephalus. As soon as we have enough money I will return to the hospital for another series of tests and perhaps surgery. "

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