We are so thankful to everyone who attended the Quinceañera!
The evening was full of cherished memories as we celebrated over a meal and attended mass together. We appreciate everyone who attended and rejoiced over this incredible milestone.
New ways to give – There are several ways to give to support our mission and vision to promote migration with dignity.
Visit kinoborderinitiative.org/ways-to-give to give monetarily, bequests, and through non-cash donations such as IRA contributions, stock, and other assets. If you have already included KBI in your estate plan, let us know by using this form.
Mark your calendar for our annual dinner.
Mark your calendars for our next Annual Fundraising Dinner on March 9, 2024. This will be a joyful and inspiring time for us to celebrate what God is doing at the border and look to the next horizon for our work in Ambos Nogales. Click here for details!
KBI Honored at FIRRP dinner as Special Partner.
We are so thankful for the Florence Project for Immigrant and Refugee Rights. It was an honor to share about our partnership and how we have come together to accompany our brothers and sisters on the move. Read more about collaboration here.
Ignatian family teach-in promotes migration with dignity.
We had an incredible time at the Ignatian family teach-in for justice! Our conversations provided a picture of what’s to come in our work toward migration with dignity. We thank everyone who was able to attend! Click here to view Pedro De Velasco’s migration policy briefing presentation.
Staff traveled to San Salvador and held panels at the Jesuit Migration Network of Central America in San Salvador.
Pedro de Velasco and Rafael Chee went to El Salvador to participate in the summit for Jesuit Migration Network of Central America on October 16 – 20, with Bernie Eguia attending virtually. Read the joint letter the organizations wrote to reaffirm their commitment to our siblings on the move here.
Kino is hiring for multiple positions.
We are currently looking to hire a Director of Migrant Services and several other positions. For job descriptions and instructions on how to apply, click here.
Applications for spring volunteer positions are open.
Kino Border Initiative thrives because of the dedication and solidarity of volunteers from both sides of the border. For more information, click here.
We are seeking coats, blankets, and winter clothes.
We are continuing to distribute warm clothes and blankets for migrants as the winter descends. Nighttime temperatures in Nogales can reach below freezing, and many migrants in Central America have not experienced such cold. We want to come alongside each person by making sure they have what they need to stay warm. Click here for details on how to donate.