Help Our Partners! The CAME provides a safe, welcoming shelter for the children, women and men who are fleeing violence and extreme poverty.

Elvia prepares meals at CAME: she realized she needed 100 meals instead of the 15 to 20 that she was accustomed to "I knew I needed to trust that God would provide both Manna from heaven and the energy needed to do it."

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Elvia prepares meals at CAME: she realized she needed 100 meals instead of the 15 to 20 that she was accustomed to "I knew I needed to trust that God would provide both Manna from heaven and the energy needed to do it."

"They killed my father and my uncles, and I don’t want them to kill me.”

Joel, a young man from Honduras, shared these words with me during the fellowship time after our annual Posada Sin Fronteras. Joel, an evangelical Christian with fear and hope in his eyes, had found refuge at the CAME (Exodus Migrant Attention Center), one of our partners run by the Sagrada Familia Catholic Church that provides lodging, meals and Christian accompaniment. .

"They told me my daughter had to go with them to be their ‘wife’”.

At our annual Christmas day potluck at the Migrant Resource Center, Yoribeth, the young Honduran mother of 13-year-old Alison, told us of her fear that her daughter was going to be kidnapped and gang raped over and over again until she either died or lost her soul. She too had found refuge with our partners at the CAME.

CAME is a shelter that provides a welcoming and safe place for men, women and children who are far from home. Volunteers provide more than meals and a comfortable place to sleep, they provide love and compassion.

Currently CAME is double their capacity and is need of financial and material support. Prayerfully consider joining together with these incredible persons providing hospitality to the most vulnerable in our community.