Last Saturday’s Water Drop saw both groups going into mountainous areas of Eastern San Diego County and Imperial County. The terrain was steep in some areas, and quicksand in others. These are the areas people are crossing, so we need to be where they are.
These groups took Covid-19 precautions with mobile hand washing stations at the parking areas, and wiping down all dropped supplies with disinfecting wipes.
Over 100lbs of trash was removed!
Thank you to everyone who came out to join us, and thank you to some wonderful donors who donated for supplies
UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Pastor Salvador and all of our friends at Roca de Salvacion shelter are taking this pandemic head on by expanding their shelter facilities. The added space will not only provide more room for its inhabitants, but also a means of isolation if a COVID-19 outbreak were to occur. The Border Angels funded expansion is set to be completed within a few weeks. With your continued support, we will continue to stock their shelves full of food and medicine, and will help so many migrant families in need. Thank you!!🚧🏥🖤
The growing pandemic seems daunting, but we refuse to let it break our spirits! Border Angels remains committed to providing as much aid as we can to the Tijuana migrant shelters. A huge thank you to all of the directors who work with us and have adapted such as our friends at Casa De Oración Migrante. The shelter directors we assist continuously go on food and medicine runs to feed and care for all of their inhabitants. As long as the need persists, we will continue to show up and help those in need. We thank you for your continued support.