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If you are interested in more information on how to help or want to volunteer please contact iwccdmxcharities@gmail.com.

hogar las nieves, ac

Hogar Las Nieves is a children’s home for girls from dysfunctional families who live with the risk of being homeless. These girls have experienced abuse in their lives.

Run by nuns, the home is also a school and has space for about forty girls, aged 5 to 12. The girls reside at the home from Sunday afternoon to Friday afternoon.

Hogar Las Nieves accepts the following donations:

    • Food
    • Girls' clothing
    • Educational toys

    • Books
    • School supplies
    • Socks and underwear
    • Monetary donations

Hogar Las Nieves accepts new and used items.

Donated new items are given to the girls.

Donated used items are sold by the nuns.

   Visit Hogar Las Nieves on Facebook. 




Albergue Inés María accepts the following donations:

  • Food
  • Girls' clothing
  • Educational toys
  • Books
  • School supplies
  • White sweaters for the nuns
  • Socks and underwear
  • Monetary donations

Albergue Inés María accepts new and used items.

Donated new items are given to the girls.

Donated used items are sold by the nuns.

     Visit Albergue on Facebook and their website.

Albergue infantil inés maría gasca, ac

Albergue Inés María is a children’s shelter for girls from single-parent families with few economic resources. These girls face abandonment and loneliness.

Run by nuns, the shelter strives to create a family life for the girls. The girls (aged 4 to 18) reside at the home from Sunday afternoon to Friday afternoon. The shelter provides counseling for the girls and their families to promote healing.

The IWC supports Albergue Inés María by holding birthday and holiday celebrations, offering tutoring services, paying utility bills, and delivering food and essential supplies. Some IWC members personally sponsor individual girls through monthly payments.

Due to covid restrictions, in-person volunteering is currently not possible, and Albergue Inés María was forced to send many girls back to their legal guardians. A family representative of each girl regularly visits the Albergue to accept donations of food and gifts.


fundación ora

About once a week, three or four volunteers gather to prepare a meal for about 80 senior citizens in a nearby community of Mexico City.

Volunteers can help prepare, pack, cook, package, and deliver the meals. Some weeks, bags of pantry items ("despensas") will also be prepared to hand out with the meals.

Due to covid, all volunteers must wear gloves and masks to volunteer. The food preparation happens in Ora's kitchen, and the delivery occurs on the sidewalk in front of the church. 

You don't need to know how to cook to help.

Volunteering can fit around your schedule: you can sign up for just the prepping, cooking, and packaging portion or for the delivery portion.

Fundación Ora gratefully accepts the following donations:

    • Medicines
    • Food
    • Plastic gloves
    • Travel size bottles of shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and lotion
    • Gift wrapping paper
    • Adult diapers
    • Monetary donations

hospital materno infantil guadalupe victoria de atizapÁn

IWC members meet monthly to make baby blankets for mothers with few economic resources. No sewing skills are required to participate. The material is provided, and you just need to be able to measure and cut. 

Our blankets are donated through the Mexican volunteer group Darce. We also support them through donations of new and used items they gift to mothers and also sell at their monthly bazaar (the funds of which are also used to assist the mothers). 

In the past, IWC members have fundraised to assist the hospital in building a waiting room for fathers and in outfitting a waiting room for siblings.

We always accept the following donations:

  • Newborn diapers
  • New liquid soap (pump soap)
  • Paper towels
  • Travel size bottles of shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and lotion (for new mothers)
  • Hotel slippers (for the new mothers to wear in the hospital)
  • New little sweaters for babies
  • New onesies, sleepers, and bibs
  • Used baby items
  • Monetary donations


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Office hours are 10:30 to 12:30 every first Wednesday.

Due to covid, the office closed.

Please contact us by email or on Facebook.

Union Church
Room 103

Parque Via Reforma 1870
Lomas de Chapultepec

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