"Together with the community at large, we build our own future. 

It is not your charity, but  your solidarity and friendship that have the power to give us hope and help us find our own way into freedom and dignity."

Pueblo Sin Fronteras also coordinates two migrant shelters in Sonora --in one of the most violent and exposed border zones in the country-- which provide food, a roof, and humanitarian assistance to hundreds of people each month. These spaces are led by migrants and several organizations and local community members contribute.