Hogar Infantil Inc

Rating: 5 stars   14 reviews

Issues: Philanthropy

Location: 1605 28th St San Diego CA 92102 USA

Mission: Hogar Infantil provides a home for orphaned, abused, neglected, and abandoned children of Tijuana. Our mission is to provide for them a secure home and a loving family in which to develop and grow.
Results: Hogar Infantil has operated the home for 35 years and has raised hundreds of children.
Target demographics: We serve boys and girls from infancy through adolescence who have been placed under the care of the Mexican government.
Direct beneficiaries per year: Each year, approximately 60 children spend several weeks to the entire year at our home.
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Rating: 5 stars  

Hogar Infantil is a charity in Tijuana, Mexico that cares for orphaned, abandoned, and abused children from the area. This charity is different from other organizations with similar goals because they don't just provide food, shelter, and an education for the children. They provide a real home and family where the children feel loved, supported, and cared for. The kids look to the program directors not as figureheads, but as parents who love and want the best for them. Further, the charity is probably the most fiscally responsible charity I have ever encountered. They take careful consideration of where to put every dollar, and nothing is spent frivolously. You can be confident that any donations are going directly to helping the kids and that it will be used well. Hogar Infantil truly is a wonderful organization and I strongly encourage people to donate and help their cause!

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