three children with notebooks

The indigenous people living in small villages outside of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico are extremely poor and the pandemic has created even more hardship for them. In addition, the government has located dozens of Haitian refugees in these villages who are unable to support themselves. Winters are cold in this part of Mexico and some children are living in the streets. Two Americans who live in the area have been providing these communities essential goods, mostly food, blankets, clothing and emergency medications.


$25.00 will buy food for a family for a week, or two blankets or three pairs of children’s shoes.