Mobile Protection for Migrants



Vans are a vital ministry tool along the U.S.-Mexico border. The strip from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean comprises the most dangerous real estate in North America. Cartels kidnap immigrants and hold them for ransom until families pay up. So, pastors in Fellowship Southwest’s Immigrant Relief Network do everything possible to keep immigrants in their care off the roads. That means providing transportation wherever these vulnerable people go. The rides are free, but they’re not cheap. For $150, you can keep a pastor’s gas tank full for a month—and keep refugees safe from the cartels.