We have to work hard in the desert to make sure the supplies get where they are most needed (and safe from damage). Climbing mountainsides, scrambling around boulders. Fresh traces of travel helps us adjust as needed to where we leave our supplies.
The weather is starting to cool down a touch. We are now hiking inn under 100° out there, which may seem extreme still, but we have seen temperatures reach just about 130° this past summer. Sometimes things change seasonally in the desert, so we are committed to keep going out weekly to adapt and adjust.
Thank you to everyone who has continued to show up on a regular basis. Thank you everyone for reaching out about volunteering, your support and understanding during the pandemic. As soon as it’s safe for us to start taking larger groups, we will. Please stay tuned to our social media accounts and our weekly newsletter.
In the meanwhile, donations of water gallons (non milk jug style), pop-top canned food, socks, beanies, gloves, flannel shirts are appreciated, along with sharing our social media posts. Thank you!
For any questions about Water Drops or our Water Drops during Covid, reach out to Water Drop Program Co-Director James Cordero, email@example.com. Thank you for your continued support! Link in bio to donate to our work.
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Border Angels is a nonprofit organization that advocates for human rights, humane immigration reform, and social justice with a special focus on issues related to the US-Mexican border.