We also exchanged help with other organizations of the civil society that are non-profit, to potentialize projects that help create a city and a country that are more sustainable. Some of the non-profits we worked with were: Aldeas Infantiles SOS México I.A.P., Casa del Adulto Mayor Arturo Mundet, I.A.P., Ollin Quetzá, A.C., Campamento de Protección a la Tortuga Marina Playón de Mismaloya, Amauni A.C., Casa de la Divina Providencia I.A.P., Sumando por Ti A.C., Yolia A.C., Casa Hogar El Recobro A.C., Casa Betti I.A.P., Ayuda y Solidaridad con las Niñas de la Calle A.C., Casa Paidi I.A.P., Hogar Infantil María de Jesús R.R. I.A.P., Casa Esperanza I.A.P., Casa Perpetuo Socorro, I.A.P., Hogares Providencia I.A.P., Funfai, I.A.P. and Fundación Casa Alianza México, I.A.P.
Through our actions and support of actions of others we aimed to plant positive seeds in people so that they might multiply in benefit of others, especially those who have it hardest in Mexico: children (underage minors), women, elders and non-human living beings: animals, plants and water. Our activities were possible thanks to the support of our sister association BookBank USA and its kind donors, who provide the necessary resources to make these projects a reality.
Our motto, known as the “Golden Rule: Love and do unto others as you would have them do unto you”, reflects the nature of our actions and the commitment that we have with our cause, which provide us with personal satisfactions and shapes our path every day.