Non-profit sites can email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org for possible inclusion here.
Amigos de los Ninos, assisting families in Los Cabos, Baja.
Asilo San Juan Diego, non-profit senior home in Puerto Vallarta seeking your help.
ASUPMATOMA, protecting sea turtles in Baja California Sur.
Friends of the Animals, dedicated to helping all animals in Puerto Vallarta.
Hook the Cure Cystic Fibrosis Fishing Tournament, every November in PV.
Humane Society of Cabo San Lucas, shelter and hope for unwanted animals in Cabo.
Pasitos de Luz, non-profit day-care rehabilitation for special needs children in PV.
PCI - Mexico, improving the standard of health along the U.S./Mexico border.
Refugio Infantil Santa Esperanza, shelter for abused & abandoned children in PV.
Rescate of San Carlos, free emergency medical aid in San Carlos, Sonora.
Rocky Point Animal Adoption Center, in Puerto Penasco.
SPCA-PV, to help fund and promote sterilization, adoption and healthcare efforts for animals in PV.
Tarahumara Famine Relief, assisting the drought-stricken Tarahumara.
More non-profits in or working with Mexico on the Internet:
Amigos de Educacion de Alamos, assiting in the education of Alamos' children.
Baja Animal Sanctuary, rehabilitation center in northern Baja.
Centro Ecologico Akumal, monitoring the impact of industry in Quintana Roo.
Club Cruceros de La Paz, assisting the less fortunate children of La Paz.
Farmworkers Website, the farmworker community of the US/Mexico border.
Feed the Hungry San Miguel, committed to improving the health and well being of children in San Miguel de Allende.
Flying Samaritans, a volunteer organization offering free medical clinics in Baja.
Komchen Bird Sanctuary, protecting the birds of the Yucatan.
Na Bolom, a nonprofit environmental & research organization in Chiapas.
Project Amigo, helping poor children in Mexico.
Red Cross (Mexico), domestic disaster relief.
Schools for Chiapas, Chiapas school construction & information.
Sea Watch, protecting the Sea of Cortez.
Take To The Hills, assisting families in the Sierra Madre.