Samaritans in Walker Canyon, December 2012
How can you help?
Join us on desert trips
To do this, you first need to complete a training session with Samaritans that covers some history, first aid, safety, Border Patrol protocol, and other issues. (email email@example.com)
Next Volunteer Trainings 2016
AT: SOUTHSIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
317 W 23rd St. Tucson (22nd St & 10th Ave)
WHEN: First Sunday of Every Month
AUG 7 2016 1:30-5pm
SEP 11 2016 1:30-5pm
OCT 2 2016 1:30-5PM
Please RSVP at 520-549-8903
Bring yourself & a gallon of water
Help newly deported migrants with phone calls in Nogales, Sonora.
Deportees often are deported to places they have never been, at all hours of the day and night. Sometimes they are young people who have lived in the USA most of their lives and have limited Mexican contacts and Spanish.
Requires limited Spanish, and a passport (so you can re-cross the border)
(email Dorothy Chao firstname.lastname@example.org)
Severe blisters are one of the most frequent medical problems we see in people crossing the desert. Often the severity of blisters is like a severe burn on the sole of the foot. It slows people down and they are unable to keep up with their group. When left behind, they are at high risk of dying in the desert. Good socks can prevent blisters. Thick socks are needed, preferably non-cotton; a breatheable blend of synthetic material or a combination of cotton and synthetics. You can drop off new or clean socks at a Samaritan meeting or email email@example.com to arrange a drop-off time. This can save a life.
Supplies of water, food packs, clothing, blankets, socks