Rancho de los Niños Children’s Home

RDNHeaders4

Rancho de los Niños is the only home in Mazatlan, Mexico that specializes in caring for children with disabilities and special needs. The home was founded in 2004 and Back2Back began serving alongside them in 2012. On average, 20 children between the ages of 2 and 24 years old live at Rancho. Depending on the level of need for specialized care, some children attend schools equipped to teach children with special needs, while those who do not have special needs attend a local public school.

In their free time, the children enjoy playing outside, riding their bikes and challenging neighborhood children to a game of soccer. The children eat a typical Mexican diet including beef, chicken, beans, vegetables and tortillas. There is strong volunteer involvement from local retired Americans and Canadians who live in Mazatlan for part of each year. Rancho is in need of local residents to serve on a consistent, year-around basis.

Due to the nature of working with children who have disabilities, sponsorship funds provide doctor appointments, specialists, special education materials, and daily physical therapy. Currently, the home is in search of a special education teacher. 

 

Sponsor a child

Connect with one child to provide holistic orphan care, providing for his or her spiritual, physical, educational, emotional and social needs. Each child may have up to two sponsors. Hope Program participants and children in Tres Reyes may have up to three sponsors.

Due to international child privacy laws, thank you for taking the time to register before viewing photos of the children in Back2Back's Sponsorship Program.

Available Children
Sponsored Children
Alexis
Carlitos
Carlitos
Cesar
Chuy
Chuy
Dionicio
Ismael
Juan
Juanito
Julian
Karina
Miguel
Ricky
Tonponio
Victor
Xochil

Hope Changes Everything

Give Today

Care for Today. Hope for Tomorrow.

Back2Back Ministries is an international Christian non-profit organization dedicated to being a voice for orphans. We exist to love and care for orphans and vulnerable children, by meeting their spiritual, physical, educational, emotional and social needs that they might overcome their life circumstances and break free from the cycle of generational poverty.

Pin It on Pinterest