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Esta organización en el condado Maricopa recauda productos de higiene y salud para ayudar a los menores migrantes que llegan a Arizona

Univision, March 30, 2021

Estimaciones realizadas por la administración Biden prevén que el número de menores migrantes no acompañados que cruzan la frontera alcance los 25,000 durante el mes de mayo. Le presentamos la historia de una organización que está recaudando artículos para ayudar a los menores que llegan a Arizona.


Meet the Woman Providing Health Care to Migrant Children Near the US-Mexico Border

By Jacky Habib | November, 17, 2020
Cecilia Garcia recalls the first time she drove past churches in Phoenix, Arizona, and saw groups of asylum seekers being dropped off by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). “People were arriving by the hundreds. It was chaotic everywhere you looked,”

Groups collect donations for asylum seekers arriving in Maricopa County

abc 15 ARIZONA

By Jamie Warren | March 18, 2021

Over the past month, border officials say they've seen an overwhelming surge of families seeking asylum, stopping about 5,000 people a day. Many are being taken to Phoenix, where different organizations work...

U.S. Veteran fighting COVID-19 finds a way to help Honduras slammed by a tropical storm

abc 15 ARIZONA
By Liliana Soto | November, 11, 2020

Marta Vazquez is a military veteran in the Valley. She was born in Honduras but served in the U.S. Army for 10 years. Now as a disabled warrior, she is still doing her duty to help those in need while in...

Borderline Emergency



Local nonprofits and medical professionals are working hard to address the staggeringly complex and ominous health care crisis on the border. On a Saturday morning in South Phoenix, immigration officials...


Vaccinations give migrants hope and health as they wait to enter the U.S.

Cronkite News

By Miranda Cyr/Cronkite News | Friday, Feb. 21, 2020 SAN LUIS RÍO COLORADO, Mexico 

Inside Casa del Migrante, the piercing screams of an 8-year-old boy echo from a room. Other children, curious and uncertain, look on as Jordan Ramírez...


#PiperTrustMoments, 8th Edition

Virginia Piper

Friday, Dec. 20, 2019

As the end of the year approaches and seasonal thoughts turn to gratitude and giving, all of us at Piper Trust want to pause to offer thanks for the abundant giving in our community. In that light, we think...


With asylum seekers blocked from reaching safe haven in US, volunteers take help south to them

CNN Investigates

 By Bob Ortega, CNN Investigates | Updated 6:04 AM ET, Tue October 22, 2019 Phoenix (CNN)

Outside a former elementary school, a hurricane fence swings open and an unmarked white Immigration and Customs Enforcement van pulls up. Moments...


Taking flight: 100 Angels nonprofit provides medical relief to migrant families

Cronkite News Arizona PBS

By Daniel Gatalica, Cronkite News | Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019 PHOENIX

 A new nonprofit, 100 Angels Foundation, provides medical supplies and health care to those arriving from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras – even Russia....


FEMA reimburses $700k to AZ churches, nonprofits for assisting migrant families


By Laura Gómez October 18, 2019

Pima County and 13 state nonprofits and faith organizations were awarded more than $700,000 in federal funds to reimburse part of their work of assisting thousands of migrant fathers, mothers and children who were...


Successful Fundraising Event

A million thanks to our volunteer Chandra Goff for opening her home and heart on a most special night for One Hundred Angels. Chandra’s family and friends fundraised more than $2,000 and it was Chandra’s First House Party! Everything was amazing! Thanks to all the Angels who were present and supported our missions. Together we can do great things.


Thank You “Pinta Usando Luz”

Thank you PINTA usando LUZ for sharing the messages of light. Photography will help us convey stories. "Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything” – Aaron Siskind

Angels At Work

This holiday season we are blessed to be participating in a couple of Christmas missions. Together with LSS-SW we are visiting six shelters in San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico. Taking over-the-counter medication and medical supplies, comfort toys, hygiene products, even a flu vaccination clinic. Thank you everyone that has made this possible. Please continue to support our efforts at

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