Monterrey, Mexico

Back2Back's first site, established in 1997.

Monterrey is the capital of Nuevo Leon, and the third largest city in Mexico. It is an industrial city, situated in the midst of the Sierra Madre Mountains. There is a large separation between the wealthy and poor in Monterrey, with only a small percentage of the population considered “middle class.” Unemployment rates are high, and the national minimum wage is less than five dollars a day, with many making even less than this. It is difficult to break the cycle of poverty since free public education ends after the 9th grade.

Back2Back began in Monterrey in 1997 when Beth and Todd Guckenberger moved to Monterrey to partner with local children’s homes.  Monterrey is still our largest site, which hosts the most mission trip guests, works with the most children’s homes, and has the largest staff team.

Back2Back Solutions in Monterrey

PARTNER CHILDREN'S HOMES

Back2Back partners with orphanages in Monterrey to help them transition to family-style care.

HOPE EDUCATION PROGRAM

Students are breaking the cycle of generational poverty through education and vocational training.

TRANSITION PROGRAM

Helping orphaned and vulnerable young adults make the move to living independently.

FOSTER CARE

Children who aren’t able to live at home are placed in families through the local church as part of Mexico’s first Foster Care initiative.

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Get Involved in Monterrey

TAKE A TRIP

Get in the heart of the action. Go on a mission trip to Monterrey!

CHILD SPONSORSHIP

Be the difference for a child in Monterrey!

PROVIDE HOLISTIC CARE

Invest in a world where every child is known and loved.

Quit your day job and move to Monterrey.

We’re on a mission to end the orphan crisis, and we won’t stop until every child is known and loved. Want to join us on that mission in Monterrey?


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