Feed 1500 Immigrants



A Fellowship Southwest immigrant relief shelter is the busiest spot in the middle of the desert. Located in the village of Palomas, 100 miles west of El Paso/Juarez, it feeds and protects 1,500 immigrants a month. Some are refugees seeking asylum in the United States. Many are deportees—immigrants kicked out of the U.S. and dropped in Palomas, about as middle-of-nowhere as you can get. But Pastor RosalĂ­o Sosa, who oversees the shelter, is committed to feeding and loving all of them in Jesus’ name. Fellowship Southwest provides operating funds, but for $1,000, you can supply the food.