Our Partners



Established in 1953, Good Neighbor Settlement House is a nonprofit dedicated to providing men, women and children in need with nutritious meals, clothing, housing, and other support services. The organization runs a variety of classes, workshops and events that foster community and support the needs of the hungry and homeless population of Brownsville TX.


La Posada Providencia

Founded in 1989 by the Sisters of Divine Providence, La Posada Providencia is dedicated to co-creating a world of peace, justice and compassion. The Ministry provides direct support for people in crisis who are seeking legal refuge in the United States through a welcoming staff that assists newcomers in self-sufficiency and cultural integration.


Casa Bugambilia

Founded in Matamaros, Tamaluipas by Larry Cox, Director.  They were a local medical care and shelter facility until October 2018, when they opened their doors to asylum seekers. 



Catholic Charities McAllen

As a response to the influx of immigrants crossing the border lacking basic resources and a place to rest, Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley with the help of Sacred Heart Church, formed their Humanitarian Respite Center in McAllen TX. As of 2015, the center has provided 23,000 individuals with a warm meal, shower, change of clothes and medical support before continuing on their journeys in the United States.


Casa del Migrante

Casa Del Migrante is a shelter in Reynosa, Mexico built on the values of respect, inclusion, justice and love. Migrants on their various journeys come to Casa Del Migrante for a variety of support services including medical support, home cooked meals, a place to sleep, etc. These services help migrants discover hope, value in their lives, and new pathways for moving forward.


Team Brownsville

Team Brownsville was founded in July 2018, by a small group of like minded educator volunteers from Brownsville , Texas. Since that time, their members and mission has expanded greatly to include support for asylum seekers at the International Bridges and to those recently released from detention.