Puerto Vallarta Shelter Project: The shelter averages between 18 and 24 children at any one time. Security risks prevent almost all children from attending public school. Currently, we are using a small upstairs living area as the classroom, but a much larger space is badly needed. The shelter has a very large roof that can be converted into a very usable space by constructing a perimeter wall and an open-air roof covering part of the area.

New Shelter In Tijuana: The National Network of Shelters in Mexico is urging us to open a shelter in Tijuana, Baja California. Tijuana has a population of over 1,700,000 and is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. No shelter exists in the area although there is a great need due to the level of domestic violence and human trafficking.