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    The Border Community Alliance's mission: To improve the lives of people in the US/Mexico border region through experiential education, policy advocacy, and strengthening cross border ties.

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    Provide experiential education programs about the border region, its realities, its issues and its proud past and bright future.

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    Strengthen cross border ties through collaboration between organizations on both sides of the border in areas including: economic and community development, culture and the arts, health, faith based activities and education.

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    Inform border related public policy and advocate for policies that improve the quality of life of the border region.

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Thank you.

Our May 18th event at the Tucson Jewish Community Center was a great success. BCA wishes to thank Jim and Rebecca Bednar for their sponsorship of this event.  

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Border Community Alliance and FESAC work in partnership.

Watch this short film to learn more about BCA and FESAC collaborations. This wonderful short by filmmaker Frances Causey features the ARSOBO wheelchair project in Nogales, Sonora. The Border Community Alliance and its Mexican partner FESAC work together to Bridge the Border by supporting non-profit groups like ARSOBO on both sides of the United States/Mexico border and educating the public regarding key issues in the…..

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Welcome!

The Border Community Alliance (BCA) is a newly formed 501c3 non-profit organization. Offices are located at 2221 East Frontage Road, Building F, Suite 201, Tubac, AZ  85646. For more information, please call 520-398-3229. The Border Community Alliance’s mission: To improve the lives of people in the US/Mexico border region through experiential education, policy advocacy, and strengthening cross border ties. BCA works closely with the Santa Fe Ranch…..

Latest News

To help you understand more about our area….

Please take a moment to read this great article by BCA friend and Advisory Board member Professor Michael Dear, author of the book “Why Walls Won’t Work”. An excerpt: “In the Mexican border town of Nogales, I sat finishing my lunch when Alma, a Sonoran friend who had been watching the diners, spoke quietly: “That’s something you would never have seen a year ago —…..

New Program – Cross Border Art Tour

Look for our next Cross Border Public Art Tour in June.  We will visit a series of public art installations and murals and meet and speak with working artists in Mexico. To receive more info. or reserve an early bird spot, email scastro@bordercommunityalliance.com. Space will be limited! Tour costs will be $60 for BCA members and $80 for non-members.

BCA Launches Challenge Grant Campaign

The Border Community Alliance is happy to announce a BCA member has issued a new $5,000 challenge grant. The challenge period runs until March 29, 2015. This donor will match every dollar contributed to BCA, up to $5,000. All those who contribute $25 or more will receive an automatic membership with BCA. Check out our great list of benefits! If you are already a member – thank you. You…..

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October 25, Bridging the Border Special Event

The BCA joint collaboration with Colibri Center for Human Rights and the Santa Fe Ranch Foundation to present the film ‘Who is Dayani Cristal’ was a great success! We appreciate everyone who joined us!