Promotes a culture of love through advocacy, education, by creating a social consciousness, and engaging in direct action to defend the rights of migrants and refugees.
Border Angels was established in 1986 and initially focused on helping farmworker migrants that were living in the canyons of North San Diego County. Since then, our work has expanded to include humanitarian work along the entire US-Mexico border.
We conduct water drops in the desert, support migrant shelters in Tijuana, Mexico, reach out to day laborers, free asylum seekers from detention, provide legal representation to vulnerable children in order to obtain green cards, and coordinate educational programs and community presentations.
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