Pilar de Esperanza (Pillar of Hope) is the Mexican orphanage I visit every year or so. I was there for Christmas and haven't had time to put up photos yet. I don't think I need to actually say a whole lot about it because the photos pretty clearly show what an amazing place it is.
These are still hard economic times for many people, and the orphanage is run completely by donations. The wonderful thing about it, though, is that every donation goes to the kids. All of it. There are no administrative fees. They're also working on getting tax-deductible receipts automatically sent to donors but for now I have receipts if anyone wants to donate.
Check out these kids and let me know if you'd like to help in any way!
One year ago: Ornery
Four years ago: My Neighborhood