Who We Are
Education, Cultural Exchange, Social Advocacy
Border Community Alliance (BCA) offers access to the heritage and potential of the borderlands through cultural exchange and social advocacy. This work is accomplished in partnership with FESAC, a Sonoran community foundation. We aim to provide a community service of public benefit by connecting people and cultures across borders while cultivating awareness and a strong sense of international community.
BCA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Tubac, Arizona. We provide opportunities for learning via experiential cultural programs to residents and visitors of Southern Arizona.
Positive & Enlightening Exchanges
BCA’s principal mission is bridging the border by cultivating a strong sense of international community as neighbors. We accomplish this through in-place public education and cultural exchange in collaboration with Sonoran partners. Our aspiration is to facilitate positive and enlightening interaction whether between Sonoran and Arizonan or Mexican and American. Consider joining us on a cultural exchange to know your neighbor.
Consider offering your support for 501(c)(3) nonprofit borderlands work in multiple ways: with a membership with Border Community Alliance, volunteering with us, or considering our cultural program.
BCA impacts lives! You can be confident that your contributions directly make a difference from direct donations to your participation in our cross border tours and other cultural programming. Through engagement, support, and sharing, you can help Border Community Alliance make a difference.
Classes & Workshops: The Borderlands Forum
The Borderlands Forum series of classes and workshops offered by BCA seeks to promote understanding and appreciation of the borderlands as a cross-cultural, binational resource. The forum provides focus, energy and quality to the educational mission of Border Community Alliance. Our aim is to be a clear, strong voice advocating mutual respect for the cultural diversity of the US-Mexico border region, thereby moderating the forces of xenophobia and racism that affect our region.