A Message from Chief Executive, Jeremy Zoch

November 13, 2019

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Providence caregivers and group of families and volunteers in Tijuana, MX

I'd like to share some photos from our first mission trip with 15 co-leaders from Providence. The trip took place in November. We worked with Esperanza in Tijuana for 5 days in very hands-on effort to help build new permanent housing for people. The team all worked side-by-side and with our help the cost of building that new home is much less. The hospitality, food, friendships, and mutual appreciation made me feel so grateful for the opportunity. I’m looking forward to having my whole family do a mission trip together soon! 

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Eduardo, our lead, shows me how much easier it would be if I had his muscles.

 

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A good days work!

 

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This is our family whose house we started today! Yeah!

 

heart-shaped-tijuana-border-artA picture of some art at the border looking towards the US. A good reminder that love can unite each of us.


jeremy-zock-tijuanaTijuana is a city that has swelled to 4 million people as many from southern Mexico and Central America have headed north for safety and opportunity.

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