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With your help, orphan boys and many additional orphan girls can benefit from the loving care provided by the Sisters at the Nazareth Orphanage.


Orphanage Expansion Project

$726,631 of $750,000 raised

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Help us house the most vulnerable

The Sisters’ work at Nazareth Orphanage is tireless, enduring, and quite simply— extraordinary.

Help Build the girls orphanage

Come with us to Tecate

Next Trip: March 20, 2021

Four Saturdays during the school year, OFNO volunteers travel to Nazareth Orphanage in Tecate, Mexico, to participate in a day of work alongside the children and Sisters. The daylong trips begin early morning and volunteers return to San Diego that same day. Volunteers help with maintenance and upgrade projects such as painting, repairs, and minor construction on campus.

Our trips for the next school year are scheduled for March 20, 2021. (Note: trips may be canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Please check our Website often for updated information.)

NOTE: The Board of Outreach For Nazareth Orphanage (OFNO)) has been keeping in close contact with the Sisters that care for the children at the orphanage.  As a result of these discussions and the ongoing pandemic, our trip planned for January 9, 2021, has been reluctantly cancelled.  The current information is that all non-essential travel to Mexico has been restricted by the Center for Disease Control because of the COVID-19 crises. Moreover, California has continued to escalate its restrictions in light of the recent increases in reported cases.  For the safety of the children, Sisters and the volunteers, we will be unable to travel to the orphanage in January. The Board will continue to monitor the situation to determine when we will be able to safely travel.

Help with the Angel Project

Every January, OFNO travels to Nazareth Orphanage for a day to celebrate the Epiphany. Volunteers bring Three Kings’ Day (Christmas) gifts to the orphans and Sisters.


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