We are committed to providing educational opportunities to disadvantaged children in Baja California through education, nutrition, mentoring and emergency assistance. The Children’s Fund partners with multiple groups from the United States and other Latin American countries to assist us in this mission.

We coordinate church and school groups with needed improvements to orphanages, individual housing and schools in the Tijuana to Ensenada area. We have ongoing solar projects at the Hacienda Orphanage in Tijuana, financial assistance to Morada de Ninos Jesus Orphanage in Tijuana. We have provided solar water heating systems to Casa de Paz in Ensenada and clean water to Los Angelito’s Orphanage in Rosarito. Currently, we have educational groups from Utah at the Santa Anita elementary in La Mision installing a potable water system and are preparing for a church group from Monrovia California to assist in potable water to a junior high school. We work with BECA to allow motivated high school graduates to attend University and coordinate individuals who wish to sponsor individual students through housing and food assistance in Ensenada Mexico.

To assist us with any project or groups wishing meaningful experiences please contact:

Kathleen Dwyer 626-833-3294 or Steve and Mary Ellis 208-589-9356

 

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The rewards of being involved with Nino Jesus Orphanage. 😊 The smiles.

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The boots were free and the fashion show priceless. With Mary Thomas Ellis, George R Perez, Kathleen Dwyer,

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Thank you for all that you do for the children of Baja.

Thank you for all that you do for the children of Baja.Thank you for the love! <3 <3 We have been honored with one of the first Top-Rated Awards of 2017 from GreatNonprofits!

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We are proud to be a donor to this marvelous Orphange.  Without question, will take any child in crisis.  There are too many wonderful stories to tell here.  Contact any one of us here at La Mision Childrens Fund to learn more on how you can help.

We are proud to be a donor to this marvelous Orphange. Without question, will take any child in crisis. There are too many wonderful stories to tell here. Contact any one of us here at La Mision Childrens Fund to learn more on how you can help. ... See MoreSee Less

Join us.........You will not be disappointed.

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4 months ago

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We now have installed a clean drinking water system at Nino Jesus Orphanage. Saving the home 13,000 pesos annually.
This is equivalent to over 105 whole chicken or 300 dozen eggs or 225 gallons of milk. Thank you everyone who contributed.
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Thank you Rotary Club of La Mision, MX.

Thank you Rotary Club of La Mision, MX.We have donations from our members to support the Children's Fund which so graciously funds the Food Bank in Santa Anita. 👍👍👍❤️❤️❤️👍👍👍 ... See MoreSee Less

6 months ago

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CONGRATULATIONS Class of 2017

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It was fun for us last summer to sponsor a "Beach Day" for over 40 of the kids at the Daycare. We had stations with different games and activities that my children were in charge of. We loved it! Jill

Congratulations Bev, greetings 👍🌹🌹

Great cause and picture.😍

6 months ago

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We now have installed a clean drinking water system at Nino Jesus Orphanage.  Saving the home 13,000 pesos annually.  
This is equivalent to over 105 whole chicken or 300 dozen eggs or 225 gallons of milk.  Thank you everyone who contributed.

We now have installed a clean drinking water system at Nino Jesus Orphanage. Saving the home 13,000 pesos annually.
This is equivalent to over 105 whole chicken or 300 dozen eggs or 225 gallons of milk. Thank you everyone who contributed.
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Thank you, Vince, Jose Málaga, Kathleen Dwyer, Mary Thomas Ellis, Bev Wilburn and Mari.

Can you please send details on how we can help with providing water purifiers for other organizations or communities.

6 months ago

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The La Mision Childrens Fund, in partnership with the University of California, San Diegos Global TIES program and Corazon de Vida have installed 2 new solar water heating systems at the Hacienda de Immaculate in Tijuna, B.C.  Two new backup water heaters are cutting the Orphanges propane costs by as much as 60%.
Please join us on our next project at Mirada de Nino Jesus.

The La Mision Children's Fund, in partnership with the University of California, San Diego's Global TIES program and Corazon de Vida have installed 2 new solar water heating systems at the Hacienda de Immaculate in Tijuna, B.C. Two new backup water heaters are cutting the Orphanges propane costs by as much as 60%.
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6 months ago

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The La Mision Childrens Fund in partnership with UC San Diego providing solar hot water systems to Baja Orphanages.   Systems Number  3 and 4.

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The LaMision Children's Fund is cutting propane energy costs to Baja Orphanages by up to 70%. Thanks to University of California, San Diego Engineering School for building and installing these.

An outstanding group. Their dedication is beyond reproach. Thank you so much for all you do for the children of La Mision.😇

Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to La Mision Childrens Fund whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.

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Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to La Mision Children's Fund whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.

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Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to La Mision Childrens Fund whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.

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Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to La Mision Children's Fund whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.

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Thank you Bob & Debbie Erickson and Billy Sanders Family for your generous donation of the third table to the Santa Anita Elementary School.  The La Mision Childrens Fund and the children thank you.

Thank you Bob & Debbie Erickson and Billy Sanders' Family for your generous donation of the third table to the Santa Anita Elementary School. The La Mision Children's Fund and the children thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

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Dont miss the annual BECA Chili Cook-off to help keep our La Mision youth in school!

Your $25 entry fee helps change (and yes, even save) the lives of local kids like Francisco:

Francisco’s mother is the oldest of 17 children. His father died when he was only three. As a boy, Francisco stayed home and cooked for his family while his mother cleaned and cooked for others to make ends meet.  Now age 20, Francisco is in his first year of the culinary arts program at a university in Ensenada. Thanks to support from BECA, Francisco can imagine a life beyond drugs and poverty, and dreams of becoming a great chef. 

Event details are below, but if you cant attend, please consider a donation please.

Don't miss the annual BECA Chili Cook-off to help keep our La Mision youth in school!

Your $25 entry fee helps change (and yes, even save) the lives of local kids like Francisco:

Francisco’s mother is the oldest of 17 children. His father died when he was only three. As a boy, Francisco stayed home and cooked for his family while his mother cleaned and cooked for others to make ends meet. Now age 20, Francisco is in his first year of the culinary arts program at a university in Ensenada. Thanks to support from BECA, Francisco can imagine a life beyond drugs and poverty, and dreams of becoming a great chef.

Event details are below, but if you can't attend, please consider a donation please.
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