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Mexico Children’s Foundation Activities, News and Updates

  • Thank you for your donation to the Mexico Children’s Foundation

    Dear Friends, I would like to personally thank you for your donation to the Mexico Children’s Foundation. I had the idea several years ago to provide you full disclosure and transparency regarding your donations and how your money would be used for the purposes you intended through technology. We custom designed software (not funded with Continue Reading

  • Testimony from Ana Paula’s family

    We would like to express our deepest appreciation for your generous contribution to assist us with our endeavor to help Mexican children with special needs. Without your benevolent help, and due to their economic impoverishment, it would not be possible for these children to receive the care they need for these serious medical conditions. Our Continue Reading

  • Mexico Children’s Foundation Walk, 2016

    The Mexico Children’s Foundation announces the date of the annual 200.4 Mile Walk to Raise Funds and Awareness. Scottsdale, AZ. USA ( February 13, 2016 Steve Schwab, Founder and President of the Mexico Children’s Foundation, announced today the date of the annual walk to raise funds and awareness for the needs of children in Mexico. Continue Reading

  • Merry Christmas from MCF

    As we enter the most uplifting season of the year, the leaders and staff of Mexico Children’s Foundation are grateful for your participation and support throughout the year. In 2013, we reorganized the foundation, changed the name, acquired our US 501(c)3 non-profit status, and completed another banner year of helping children in Puerto Penasco, Mexico. Continue Reading

  • Pictures from the 2013 Charity Walk Reception

    Last Few Steps! The Finish Line Paulina Giving Steve Flowers. A Mom Showing Appreciation <img src="×200.jpg" alt="Steve, Soledad and an MCF Family" width="300" height="200" class="size-medium wp-image-1137" srcset="×200.jpg 300w, http://mexicochildrensfoundation official×685.jpg 1024w” sizes=”(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px” /> Steve, Soledad and an MCF Family MCF Participants Greeting Steve Steve Greeting New MCF Family New MCF Family Continue Reading

  • MCF Charity Walk – Final Day 2013

    He Did It! Steve made it to Rocky Point with a police escort to a cheering crowd of both MCF participant children, their parents, reporters, and his Sea Side Reservations staff. The catered event was highlighted by Steve greeting the guests and a short speech by one of the parents thanking Steve and MCF for Continue Reading

  • 2013 Charity Walk – Day 8

    Today Steve did amazing walking over 25 miles (by closest estimate or maybe a little more) bringing him within reach of Rocky Point on Monday afternoon. He still has a ways to go but he fully expects to be in Rocky Point late Monday. His energy is good, his spirits are great, and he will Continue Reading

  • MCF Promoted at Church in Frisco, TX

    We received notification this morning from Frisco, TX that Elevate Life Church is promoting Mexico Children’s Foundation in their Missions Weekend! Children from the church are writing letters to our MCF children and providing missions funds to MCF on their behalf. We appreciate the support and we know the MCF children will appreciate the letters. Continue Reading

  • 2013 Charity Walk Day 6 and 7

    Day 6 and Day 7 of the 2013 Charity Walk are like a blur. Just north of the border on Day 6 Steve encounters a javelina. Not sure who enjoyed it more – Steve or the Javelina. After a short-lived snorting match, Steve took the picture, so he was happy. Further into the walk South Continue Reading

  • 2013 Charity Walk – Day Five

    Day Five of the Mexico Children’s Foundation Charity Walk finds Steve Schwab, our founder, continuing the walk south on 85 toward Rocky Point. Exiting Ajo toward Why, Steve was joined by his son, Connor. What an honor to participate in a children’s charity walk with your own son! Here in Rocky Point, the city is Continue Reading