Creating Baja California’s first community foundation.
Incubating the U.S.-Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership, which now consists of over 100 members.
Transforming the former home of John and Christy Walton into ICF’s headquarters and Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center.
Brokering a bi-national Memorandum of Agreement between San Diego County, Imperial County, the State of Baja California, ICF, and a newly-formed Mexican nonprofit, Puentes de Esperanza. The agreement formalizes communication and collaboration to combat tuberculosis in the California-Baja California border region.
Baja California Sur’s Community-Based Opportunities & Needs Baja California’s Community Based Needs > English
Blurred Borders: Transboundary Issues and Solutions in the San Diego/Tijuana Border Region > English
Tuberculosis in the San Diego – Tijuana Border Region: Time for Bi-National Community-Based Solutions > English | > Español
Diagnóstico Integral de la Subcuenca Hidrológica Los Laureles, Tijuana, B.C.
Alternative Futures For the Region of Loreto, BCS, Mexico > English | > Español
Housing and Real Estate Trends among Americans Retiring in Mexico’s Coastal Communities > English | > Español
U.S. Retirement Trends in Mexican Coastal Communities: Lifestyle Priorities and Demographics > English | > Español
La Paz, Baja California Sur, México- Plan de Acción > Español
Analysis of a Mining Development in Baja California Sur, Mexico: The Los Cardones Mining Project > English | > Español
Análisis del Desarrollo Minero en Baja > Español
Civic Engagement, Volunteerism and Charitable Giving: Americans Retiring in Mexico’s Coastal Communities > English | > Español
A Guide to International Charitable Giving > English
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