The Latin American Relief Fund (LARF) mission is to support humanitarian organizations that assist migrants and refugees in Mexico, including Albergue ABBA shelter in Celaya, Guanajuato.
LARF seeks to raise awareness of the plight of migrants fleeing poverty, violence,
and the consequences of climate change.
Albergue ABBA is a migrant shelter in Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico.
ABBA means "father" in Hebrew and symbolizes the caring nature of founder, Pastor Ignacio Martínez Ramírez, who offers migrants a temporary stay in a safe environment. While there, migrants receive meals, medical and psychological assistance, and information and assistance for applying for asylum in Mexico.
Together we can help preserve the dignity, safety, and human rights of so many who are often forgotten. Latin American Relief Fund is a tax-exempt public nonprofit registered in the state of Oregon (federal tax ID #82-3085297). All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.
All profits from the sale of the Humanity Ring support LARF's mission of helping migrants in crisis.
-Eduardo Galieno, noted Latin American author
We'll keep you updated on news from ABBA and the migrant and refugee situation worldwide.