Our corporate and private partners, as well as our registered agencies, extend beyond monetary considerations. Many are affiliated to us specifically for non-profit goals, such as sharing resources, networking and helping us educate others in our quest to eradicate hunger.
We welcome all nonprofit organizations, churches, service clubs and schools to become a part of our network. Your kind and generous support benefits food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, low-income daycare centers, senior centers; substance abuse rehabilitation programs and many additional programs in Santa Cruz County, Nogales, Sonora, and its surrounding municipalities.
AZ COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION
AZ DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
AZ DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC SECURITY
AZ ARBOR JOBS PROGRAM
CITY OF NOGALES FIRE DEPARTMENT
CITY OF NOGALES MUNICIPAL COURT
CORONDELET HEALTH CENTER
COUNTRY FAIR WHITE ELEPHANT
CROPPER’S NOGALES AUTO CENTER
CROSSROADS QUILT GUILD ASSOCIATION
DANIEL CAREY GOLF TOURNAMENT
GREG KORY - KORY MERCHANTILE
MARIPOSA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
DR. JOHN P. MILLER
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
NOGALES LETTER CARRIERS’ FOOD DRIVE
NOGALES ROTARY CLUB
ROLAND COLBERT - MINISTRY PRESS
RIO RICO HIGH SCHOOL THESPIANS
ROBERT ROBLES – SANTA CRUZ HIGH SCHOOL
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JUSTICE COURT
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT
SANTA CRUZ TRAINING PROGRAMS
THE 3000 CLUB
U OF A COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE
Lon Taylor, Co-founder of The 3000 Club at the Nogales Landfill. “The 3000 Club is an exciting group of members that are rescuing 30 million pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables that would be thrown in the landfill in Nogales, Arizona.” This produce is subsequently distributed to the needy in the State of Arizona. “We need at least 3,000 people and businesses that will help stop nutritional foods from going to waste, and make them available to thousands of hungry children in America.” www.the3000club.org.
Ethel Luzario, Co-founder of The 3000 Club, introduced Market on the Move (MOM) in November 2010. MOM was created to enable the public to distribute produce to the hungry and the needy, benefiting thousands of families especially those who have lost their jobs.”
“The Santa Cruz Training Programs, Inc., in partnership with individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, advocates, community members and service providers, will develop, enhance and support environments which will enable individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve and maintain physical well-being, personal and professional satisfaction, participation as family and community members, and safety from abuse and exploitation.”
Borderlands is fortunate to have a partnership with the training center. Clients of the center volunteer their time at the food bank cleaning, sorting, repacking and distributing produce every Wednesday.