I first stood in the barrios of Puerto Peñasco, Mexico, when I was 14 years old. I was a freshman in high school and was on my firs…more ⟶
We’re not your typical nonprofit.
So, we’re looking for not your typical interns.
What you won’t do:
- Take coffee orders.
Phoenix, Arizona has many claims to fame.
At the top of that list, of course, is the heat. We average over 100 days of 100°F wea…more ⟶
1MISSION’s Bikes Fight Poverty ride is just a month away – February 10-11 will be here before we know it! And it’s shaping up to be…more ⟶
This Christmas, we invite you to extend the spirit of Christmas to families who lack safe, secure housing.
Like Emilia, a mother…more ⟶
Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday. Started just six years ago, #GivingTuesday is a day when millions of people around the world rally arou…more ⟶
Anyone who lived through Hurricane Mitch in the fall of 1998 will never forget it. That’s because they’re lucky to be alive.
Vulnerability is one way of describing families who lack adequate shelter. But another word that describes them is resilience. The …more ⟶
A single mother at the age of 37, she lived in a trailer on a friend’s property in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico, with her teenage son, Je…more ⟶
Erin is a bona fide party planner. That’s what makes her so good at what she does for 1MISSION, helping to bring together massive e…more ⟶