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Charities and Charitable Organizations

Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos area charities provide help and assistance to those in need. Funds are raised to help with medical needs for the children of the area, to help educate low-income children, to promote humane treatment for domestic animals, provide funds for additional cancer research, emergency fire and rescue services and more. Ask how you can help. Contact one or more of the charities listed below for more information.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings
Group meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous in English are held various locations in Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, Todos Santos and surrounding areas. www.alcoholics-anonymous.org

Amigos De Los Niños – Amigos de los Niños, A.C.
Providing Quality Medical Care to Children; Calle Arrecife Mza. 37 Lote 3, Fraccionamiento  Aurora. Ph: (624) 144-3195, 144-3495; Fax: (624) 105-0005. [email protected]
www.adlncabo.com

Bomberos VoluntariosVolunteer Fire Department
If you want to help our volunteer fire department with equipment, call 143-9000, 143-3577. Camino Viejo a San José in front of McDonalds, CSL; 24-hour emergency calls; Phone: 143-9000, 143-3577.

Cabo Angels
Cabo Angels is an organization of local business owners who make their living by serving the tourists. We have organized to represent the interests of the foreign tourist and foreign residents.

Casa Hogar Cabo San Lucas
Providing security, shelter, food, education and loving home environment for children.

Campamento Tortuguero Don Manuel Orantes
San José del Cabo, B.C.S. Los Cabos municipal Sea Turtle Monitoring & Nursery. For information please contact your hotels Security Department. Grupo Tortuguero de Las Californias. To  learn more about our work and activities, or to make a donation please contact us: Ph. (612) 125-7824. E-mail: [email protected]; www.grupotortuguero.com .

Cruz Roja Mexicana Cabo San Lucas
Mexican Red Cross – The Cruz Roja Mexicana is the24-hour rescue and ambulance service for all of México and is not funded by the goverment. Since our services are free of charge to anyone in need, we exist solely by donations. CSL Hwy.  Todos Santos, Km 121 Col. Ejidal Ph. (624) 143-3300, 7869.
SJD  Blvd. Mijares between Valerio Gonzáles & Between Benito Juárez Col. Centro.
Ph. (624) 142-0316, 142-2188.

Cruz Roja Mexicana La Paz
Mexican Red Cross in La Paz area – The Cruz Roja Mexicana La Paz is a rescue and ambulance service that is not funded by the goverment. We exist solely by donations.

Green Scholarship Program
The Green Scholarship Program (GSP) is a not-for-profit organization serving as an advocate for young people with the greatest need. The Program assists minority youths granting four-year scholarships for higher education.

Grupo Apoyo Ray Thomas
G.A.R.T. began in La Paz twenty years ago and joined the Cabo scene about a year and a half ago. London based sports journalist and soccer coach, Steve Mills, joined the team and was instrumental in bringing the soccer program to the area.

Helping Baja’s Sea Turtles
The Campamento Tortuguero Don Manuel Orantes is a turtle monitoring and hatchling release program with a protected nursery on the beach next to the San Jose del Cabo estuary. Run by the Los Cabos municipal government, a core group of staff led by a biologist patrol the beaches for turtle activity. Sea turtle monitoring, nurseries, and hatchling release programs are helping to improve sea turtle survival rates in Los Cabos.

Humane Society of San Jose del Cabo – C.A.R.E. – Animal Shelter
Since 2004 C.A.R.E. has performed close to 500 spays and neuters, found good homes for over 300 abandoned animals and we currently care for over 50 animals in our shelter. We depend on public donations. San Jose del Cabo – Baja California Sur, Mexico. Km. 38 Transpeninsular Highway, San Jose Viejo. Phone. (624) 130 3171; [email protected]; www.carecabo.org

INEGI
The INEGI is the public organism with management and technical autonomy, own legal personality and patrimony, we are in charge of norm and coordinating the National System of Statistical and Geographic Information.

Los Cabos Children’s Foundation, A.C.
Providing assistance to children, families, and support organizations in Los Cabos; Mex. Ph. (624) 144-3195. U.S. Ph. (605) 275-6305. [email protected]; www.loscaboschildren.org

Los Cabos Humane Society of Cabo San Lucas
The Humane Society of Cabo San Lucas, A.C. is a group of men and women, both foreign and national, dedicated to the humane treatment of the domestic animals in Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos. Visitors & volunteers are welcome. Cell (624) 151-6046 | SHELTER MANAGER SR. CASTRO Cell (624) 129-8346. www.humanesocietycabo.com

Los Niños del Capitan, A. C. – Captains Kids – Hope Rising from the Sea
Non-profit civil association and day-care center for children of single parents, providing breakfast and lunch, and medical, dental and psychological care. Donations are tax deductible. Mza. 89, Lote 5, 2da etapa Meza Colorada. Ph. (624) 173-3807 [email protected] (Spanish) [email protected] (English)
www.ninosdelcapitan.com

Liga M.A.C., A.C
Is a registered Mexican charitable organization. We are made up of Mexican, American and Canadian members. We organize fundraising events in order to assist members of the San Jose del Cabo community. “Mano con mano” is a helping hand offered to a hand in need. Liga M.A.C., A.C., Centro de Apoyo Liga MAC; Ph. (624) 120-1060. Fax: (624) 120-1070. www.ligamac.com; [email protected]

Project KidSmart Cabo San Lucas
Because a Little Help Goes a Long Way – Los Cabos Optimist Clubs Give the gift of a better future to a child. We help bright kids from low-income families stay in school. Cathie Smith: (624) 143-1212, 105-0300 [email protected]; www.kidsmartcabo.com

ProPenínsula – Conserving  Baja California.
To learn more or  to make a donation, please contact us, Ph. (619) 574-6643; Fax: (619) 374-7162. www. propeninsula.org

Ray Thomas Foundation
G.A.R.T. began in La Paz twenty years ago and joined the Cabo scene about a year and a half ago. London based sports journalist and soccer coach, Steve Mills, joined the team and was instrumental in bringing the soccer program to the area.

Rotary Club (Club Rotario)
Cabo San Lucas Rotary Club – Playa Grande, Salon Brigantine. Breakfast meetings are held each Thursday morning at 8 a.m. (Registration 07:30 hrs)
at Playa Grande, Salon Brigantine in Cabo San Lucas.

The International Community Foundation (ICF)
handles the Palapa Society Fund, which supports the Palapa Society of Todos Santos, A.C. and other non-profits in Baja California Sur, Mexico.

Tortugueros Las Playitas
Our primary objective is to protect and restore the Endangered Sea Turtles that nest on the beaches of Todos Santos.

Tourist Police
Tourist International and National Police Tourist Assistance Daily. Camino Real Street & Lázaro Cárdenas, Col. Juárez.
8am-2am. CSL Ph. (624) 143-3977.

Un Refugio de Amor para la Mujer y sus Hijos , A.C.
is a place that its  main objective is to be a shelter that gives help in a temporary way to women, who have suffered violence or some kind of abuse, physical or psychologically and who have no means to survive and go on with their lives.

Volunteer Fire Department – Cuerpo de Bomberos
The Cabo San Lucas Fire Department, Bomberos Voluntarios de Cabo San Lucas, is a civil association that operates in large part from the donations of equipment, supplies, or money by noble and intelligent people wanting to invest in their security. This project was made a reality because of good, hard work and each person who contributed his or her own grain of sand.  24-hour emergency calls. Accepting donations and equipment. CSL Ph. (624) 144-4884, 143-9000; SJD Ph. (624) 142-2466; www.cabofiremen.com

Yo Reciclo
Is non lucrative association to promote recyling in los cabos through education, awareness and action

Other Charitable Causes outside of the Los Cabos area that can use our support.

AnySoldier.com
Military Care Packages for soldiers. A non-profit organization that provides suggestions on What To Send and How To Send letters and packages. Show your support. “AnySoldier.com started as a simple family effort to help our son who was one of the 1,000 soldiers that parachuted into Northern Iraq back in March 2003,” explains Marty Horn, a 20-year Army veteran. www.anysoldier.com

HirePatriots.com
Premier Source of Civilian Jobs for Troops and their Spouses. USMC, Army, Navy, National Guard, Coast Guard and Air Force military applicants connecting with employers nationwide. Full Time Career Opportunities for Veterans, Transitioning Troops and Military Spouses and One Day Jobs for Current Military and their Spouses. Post your jobs on HirePatriots.com

Operation Uplink, VFW Foundation
Veterans of Foreign Wars operates Operation Uplink which sends free prepaid phone cards to US service members. On the Operation Uplink site you can request a free phone card for a specific service member or make a donation to help support this service. 406 W. 34th Street, Kansas City, MO 64111. Call (800) 479-5228 or (816) 756-3390 or email [email protected] for more information. www.operationuplink.org/

Patriotic Hearts, Inc.
A 501c3 non-profit to fund their military and patriotic outreaches. Our primary program is Military Marriage Enrichment Weekends. There is an alarming rate of divorce among our combat deployed troops. We host all-expenses paid marriage retreats to reverse the tide of nearly 90% of enlisted-combat-deployed troops getting divorces. http://www.patriotichearts.org/

Wounded Warrior Project
WWP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization headquartered in Jacksonville, FL with additional program offices located in New York City and Washington D.C. WWP was founded in Roanoke, Virginia by a group of veterans and friends who took action to help the injured service men and women of this generation. WWP donors are pleased to know that $0.81 of every dollar helps provide services and programs for our wounded warriors and their families. We have a number of ways for you to contribute! http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/



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