Become a Social Investor!
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Border Community Alliance depends on your donations to fulfill its mission of bridging the border, elevating positive international community projects and advocation of international public education.
Undesignated contributions to BCA are particularly helpful, since these dollars support essential operating expenses. You will automatically be considered a member of BCA if your undesignated donation meets or exceeds the minimum amount ($25 for students; $50 for individuals; $75 for families).
Designated donations are also very much welcome and need to support specific projects such as the BCA Internship Program, or BCA/FESAC network social investment projects in Mexico like ARSOBO. You can designate your gift when you donate online or when you send a check. Donating to FESAC projects in Mexico via our - Pass Through Funding for Mexican Projects - is a way you can make a direct difference. You can donate to any specific program described here or to FESAC to support all programming.
All donations (but not Cross Border Tour Fees) are considered tax-deductible according to the IRS guidelines. Please give generously with the confidence that your gift will be well-used.
Donations via direct mail may be sent to:
Nonprofit Border Community Alliance
P.O. Box 1863
Tubac, AZ 85646
For additional questions:
FESAC/BCA NGO Social Investment Network Projects
A revolutionary organization in the region, Arsobo is redefining what it means to be “disabled” in Nogales, Sonora. ARSOBO’s mission is assisting in alleviating the physical, psychological, and economic barriers faced by individuals with disabilities by providing appropriate, adaptive-technology, low-cost, assisted devices that improve access and participation in their communities.”
ARSOBO is a NGO registered in Mexico and a direct result of the first BORDER CONFERENCE ON DISABILITIES held in Nogales, Sonora, 2008 and sponsored by the Sonoran UCEDD (University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities) at the University of Arizona and DIF (Desarrollo Integral de la Familia) held in Nogales, Sonora, 2008.
ATIC: Agencia para el Tratamiento Integral de la Conducta
ATIC is a young and innovative civil association, focused on training parents for the behavioral management of their children. Their mission is to provide services with comprehensive treatment for the development of different skills in children with behavioral difficulties.
Learn more here.