Casa Hogar Hijos de la Luna

Casa Hogar Hijos de la Luna, in Oaxaca, Mexico, houses children of single mothers who work at night. Many of these mothers are in the sexual service industry. A registered non-profit in Mexico, Casa Hogar has given shelter to these children for over 9 years. They now find themselves with 44 children in 2 bedrooms. They are in need of $50,000 US to build a second floor so they can continue to house the children as they grow older. Without added space, many of these children will have to return to their mothers. For them, that means returning to brothels or strip clubs where their mothers work. Expand Casa Hogar's mission is to raise this $50,000 to allow for the expansion of the home a...

Keep 53 children out of night clubs, Oaxaca Mexico

Keep 53 children out of night clubs, Oaxaca Mexico
Photo from Progress Report 'Thank You for Making Our Wildest Dreams Come True!' (view small | med | large | orig)

The new room houses 20 children.

The new room houses 20 children.
Photo from Progress Report 'Only $4,050 Left to Raise!' (view small | med | large | orig)

View of the new house from the original house

View of the new house from the original house
Photo from Progress Report 'Only $4,050 Left to Raise!' (view small | med | large | orig)

Green house is current, blue to purchase

Green house is current, blue to purchase
Photo from Progress Report 'Only $4,050 Left to Raise!' (view small | med | large | orig)

House to buy from the street

House to buy from the street
Photo from Progress Report 'About to Cross the Finish Line' (view small | med | large | orig)