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One Family One Love

Mission

To be a sustainable ecosystem of resources to those in need. We are creating sustainable community living and growing spaces that help refugees and asylum seekers transition into their new stages of safe and healthy living as they go through their processes and bring love and healing to both the earth and people alike. One Family One Love is a humanitarian 501c3 NGO globally serving as a bridge of love to serve and connect people to the resources they need to thrive.

Launched

1/1/2020

Location

Mexico: Physical Hub Location: El Rancho 13 Brujas. Currently serving Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada, Rosarito, Tecate, and Tijuana

Sustainable Development Goals

Program

To be a sustainable ecosystem of resources to those in need. We are creating sustainable community living and growing spaces that help refugees and asylum seekers transition into their new stages of safe and healthy living as they go through their processes and bring love and healing to both the earth and people alike.

One Family One Love is a humanitarian 501c3 NGO globally serving as a bridge of love to serve and connect people to the resources they need to thrive.

Impact

27 members in the Women's Cooperative Formation.

1 hub Physical Hub Location El Rancho 13 Brujas.

1 orphanage in Tijuana taking in migrant and Mexican children since 2003 given needed assistance.

Contribute to Making a Change

Donate to One Family One Love

Contact:

Web

chefshannonrenee@gmail.com
shannon@onefamilyonelove.org

Team

Chef Shannon – Founder, Curator

Our teams are forming and our board members are diverse, strong, brilliant, and interconnected.

Our board members include:

  • Author and President Obama Alum – Laurie Watkins
  • Doctor Reverend Joanne Coleman of Agape International Spiritual Center
  • Erin Anderson – Paralegal and Pro Bono Coordinator from Al Otro Lado
  • Yon Idiart – Catering Director for Patina Group
  • Medical Intuitive and Author – Gina LaVerde
  • Tijuana Humanitarian, Activist, Artist, and Cultural Affairs Promoter – Judy De la Rocha
  • Humanitarian, and Artist – Bernardo Andrade – Business Professional & Academic on both sides of the border.

We will have a blend of for-profit businesses run by immigrants and locals (wine/food production businesses) where percentages go to the NGO.