The following are the sponsors for the Alternative Migrant Trail 2021. We are grateful for the diverse support we have, which makes the Migrant Trail possible. If you or your organization is interested in becoming a sponsor of the Migrant Trail, please click here.
The Tucson Peace Center is the 501c3 sponsor of the Migrant Trail. The mission of the Tucson Peace Center is to promote the cause of peace, social justice, labor equity and a sustainable environment by supporting non-profit organizations working in the Tucson community through the publication of the Tucson Peace Calendar and through the annual Peace Fair & Music Festival.
BorderLinks Through dynamic educational experiences, BorderLinks connects divided communities, raises awareness about the impact of the border and immigration policies, and inspires action for social transformation. Since 1987, BorderLinks has been facilitating educational immersion trips for delegations in the Arizona-Sonora region and beyond the border to Chiapas. We are now offering virtual delegations and workshops; and are scheduling in-person programming for after September, 2021.
The Border Patrol Victims Network (BPVN) is comprised of families and individuals who have been affected by violence (especially killings) from US Border Patrol agents, and volunteers..
Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Immigration Justice Task Force We support immigrants in many ways including the Boulder County Sanctuary coalition, state Legislation, vigils at the detention center, etc.
Casa de Paz reunites families separated by immigrant detention, one simple act of love at a time.
Casa Maria is a Catholic Worker Community in Tucson Arizona
The Community of Christ of the Desert emphasizes action for justice, peace and equality. To fulfill our community’s mission of service to God, one another and the wider world, we meet once a week to pray, reflect upon Jesus’ gospel message, celebrate a service of the breaking of the bread together and prepare ourselves to act, individually and as a group, in ways that promote peace and social justice for all people. We are located in the Tucson area and have some 40 members of all ages.
Frontera de Cristo is a bi-national organization centered in Agua Prieta, Sonora and Douglas, AZ that builds relationships and understanding across borders.
The Green Valley/Sahuarita Samaritans We are compassionate individuals committed to saving lives in the southern Arizona desert. We believe in respect for human rights and one’s ethical responsibility to assist those who are suffering.
Mennonite Central Committee A worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches, shares God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice.
No More Deaths is a humanitarian aid organization based in Southern Arizona whose mission it is to end the death and suffering of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the U.S.- Mexico border region.
Presbyterian Peace Fellowship (PPF) is a wide network of peacemakers who engage with issues in the US and internationally. One of our work areas is accompaniment – a program through which we have been invited to walk alongside people at risk in Colombia and Agua Prieta, to show our solidarity with human rights defenders, promote safety, and use what we learn to advocate for justice.
Tucson Borderlands Young Adult Volunteer program (TBYAV) hosts young adults ages 19-30 in a year-long service program in the U.S./Mexico borderlands. Participants in the program live together in intentional community and work at local non-profit partner organizations while rooting themselves in the desert, learning from their neighbors, and wrestling with who they can be and how they can work for justice in the world.