Hope For The Border
At the core of any immigration story is a human being who is lost, displaced, and needs our support.

Together with local partners we're providing education, physical & mental health care,  & legal advocacy to families & children that need it most.

Give hope to those who traveled thousands of miles looking for it. 
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Hope For The Border
At the core of any immigration story is a human being who is lost, displaced, and needs our support.

Together with local partners we're providing education, physical & mental health care,  & legal advocacy to families & children that need it most.

Give hope to those who traveled thousands of miles looking for it. 
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How Did We Get Here?
Immigration is a complicated issue, but ultimately people are choosing to leave their countries and families behind for a reason: they are fleeing the threat of violence, the inability to feed and provide for their children, or persecution in their home countries. These are long-term issues that require long-term solutions.

Throughout history, U.S. - Mexico border cities like San Diego and Tijuana have been critical destinations in a migrant’s journey. Whether they stay for a few days or many years, local residents and civil society organizations have stepped up to offer basic services like food, shelter and legal assistance. Today, with unprecedented numbers of people arriving, these border communities need our help. 
How Did We Get Here?
Immigration is a complicated issue, but ultimately people are choosing to leave their countries and families behind for a reason: they are fleeing the threat of violence, the inability to feed and provide for their children, or persecution in their home countries. These are long-term issues that require long-term solutions.

Throughout history, U.S.-Mexico border cities like San Diego and Tijuana have been critical destinations in a migrant’s journey. Whether they stay for a few days or many years, local residents and civil society organizations have stepped up to offer basic services like food, shelter and legal assistance. Today, with unprecedented numbers of people arriving, these border communities need our help. 
What Will Your Donation Help Provide? 
  • Education and job training for children and adults.
  •  Access to physical and mental health care services.
  •  Legal services and advocacy.
  • Shelters and other infrastructure to support the refugees and asylum seekers.
What Will Your Donation Help Provide? 
  • Education and job training for children and adults.
  •  Access to physical and mental health care services.
  •  Legal services and advocacy.
  • Shelters and other infrastructure to support the refugees and asylum seekers.
Give Hope To Those Who Need It Most
Click the button below to help those who need it most. Your donation will assure that migrants in Tijuana receive the care and support they need and help local organizations design long-term solutions. 
We can't do it without you.
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Give Hope To Those Who Need It Most
Click the button below to help those who need it most. Your donation will assure that migrants in Tijuana receive the care and support they need and help local organizations design long-term solutions. 
We can't do it without you.
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We've been working in Mexico and the Border Region for nearly 30 years. When you donate to ICF, you can be certain that your dollars will make the most difference. 
Since mid-2018, the Border Fund has supported:
Fronteras Unidas Pro Salud, A.C.
$30,000 to deploy a mobile medical clinic providing healthcare and health education to marginalized migrant communities in Tijuana.
Casa Cornelia 
Law Center
$12,273 to provide pro-bono legal services to detained unaccompanied minors and non-detained minors in removal proceedings residing in San Diego County
Espacio Migrante, A.C.
$35,000 to support the construction of their migrant shelter and community center, as well as their ongoing education 
and legal service programs for marginalized migrant groups in Tijuana.
We've been working in Mexico and the Border Region for nearly 30 years. When you donate to ICF, you can be certain that your dollars will make the most difference. 
Since mid-2018, the Border Fund has supported:
Fronteras Unidas Pro Salud, A.C.
$30,000 to deploy a mobile medical clinic providing healthcare and health education to marginalized migrant communities in Tijuana.
Casa Cornelia 
Law Center
$12,273 to provide pro-bono legal services to detained unaccompanied minors and non-detained minors in removal proceedings residing in San Diego County.
Espacio Migrante, A.C.
$35,000 to support the construction of their migrant shelter and community center, as well as their ongoing education 
and legal service programs for marginalized migrant groups in Tijuana.
How Can You Help?
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