In 1998 we purchased a trailer for our Mexico Mission house building work. With this trailer we made dozens of trips hauling supplies and donations to Tijuana, Tecate, and Rosarito, Mexico to support the house building efforts of Amor Ministries through Sleepy Hollow Presbyterian Church and, and to also support the staff and children at Casa Hogar Sion Orphanage.
In 2017 we realized that weren’t using the trailer as much and, rather than letting it sit dormant, we asked our friends at Amor if they might have a need for it and they said “YES!!!”

With our donation of the trailer to Amor, the trailer has found a new life supporting their house building camp in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico, which is south of Yuma Arizona and in the north west of the state of Sonora, Mexico. The Puerto Peñasco camp has limited infrastructure, but recently a permanent building was completed that will house the Cocina (kitchen) which will also store supplies for the staff and house building groups.
A team from a university in Arizona recently installed solar panels on the roof of the Cocina building and our donated trailer is now home to the electrical capacity and solar switching station. We are excited that the trailer will continue to have a life in supporting Amor and all those who serve to build homes for families in need.

Thank you to everyone for your continued support of our work over the years. We feel grateful that we have the ability to share resources that make a difference in the world!

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