Home #2 – Funded by Baja Fire Victims – $5,500 for 89 year old Ambrosio and his Wife
The $5,500 for this project has been fully funded by BAJA FIRE VICTIMS, Ambrosio, who turns 90 on December 2nd, and his wife lived in a modest house in Morelos. Their home and all possessions were destroyed in the fire. Ambrosio is currently living on the front seat of a truck, parked next to his burnt done home. He said because he's missing one window in the truck it gets very cold and he needs to get up and walk around to warm up his feet. We would like to rebuild them a 15 feet x 15 feet metal framed house with one bedroom, a small kitchen and a bathroom, along with providing modest furnishings. We believe we can complete the project for $4,500 in about ten days. They have limited family support and no money to rebuild. On October 25th fierce Santa Ana winds blew and fanned the flames of fires through the communities of Ejido Morelos, just 3 miles east of the iconic Rosarito Beach Hotel, and La Mision, a beautiful rural community 25 miles South of Downtown Rosarito. In Morelos there were 20 homes completely destroyed, and in La Mision it’s estimated 40+ homes burned to the ground, along with all the families possessions, leaving hundreds homeless.
- Total Donors1
- End DateNovember 10, 2019
- Remaining TimeCampaign has ended