Is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization aiding at risk children in our communities


All children are created equal. When cultural norms or institutional policies view some lives as more important than others it’s up to all of us...


Every child should reach their full potential. There are roughly 5 million children under the age of 18 with at least one parent...


Our children deserve the right to live free of the fear that they will be left behind to fend for themselves...


We can’t let our kids grow up without the love and care of their parents and not expect their chances of becoming...

Our MISSION is to serve and protect children and their families, by providing immediate relief of food and supplies when necessary. We are the guardians of the “immigration orphans” and offer support to help them grow into contributing members of American society. We believe in keeping families together.

Our VISION is to empower immigrant families by educating them on their legal rights and duties and helping them integrate and adjust to American society , culture and legal processes. We strive for immigration reform with a humanitarian spirit. We are advocates of human rights, civil rights and peaceful process worldwide.

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Because I am a woman, wife and mother I see with sadness and outrage the criticisms of civil and human rights of women in our countries but especially in Mexico. That’s why I join in and sympathize with you Mexican women in your great march!
Here, we help many girls from Mexico who have come fleeing from this situation. It is not fair, it is not ethical, it is not from real men or "human" beings the abuse and worse still, the feminicide. My solidarity with you beautiful women who give everything for nothing without recognition, all my love to all of you and I mourn those children who have lost their mothers or sisters for this atrocious act.
Nora Sandigo.
Por que soy mujer, esposa y madre veo con gran tristeza e indignation las violaciones a los derechos civiles y humanos de las mujeres en nuestros países pero en especial en Mexico. Por eso me uno y solidarizo con ustedes mujeres mexicanas en su gran marcha!
Aquí ayudamos a muchas niñas de México que han llegado huyendo de esta situación. No es justo, no es ético, no es de verdaderos hombres ni de seres “humanos” ni el maltrato y peor aún el feminicidio. Mi solidaridad con ustedes hermosas mujeres que dan todo por nada, sin reconocimiento todo mi amor a todas ustedes y me uno al luto de esos niños que han perdido a sus madres o hermanas por este atroz acto. Nora Sandigo.
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Program Policy

The best environment for girls and boys to grow up and develop is their own families. This is established by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which mentions in its preamble

“... that the family, as the fundamental group of society and the natural environment for the growth and well‐being of all its members and particularly children... that the child, for the full and harmonious development of his or her personality, should grow up in a family environment, in an atmosphere of happiness, love and understanding.” (OHCHR, 1990).

These fundamental humanitarian premises are established in our genesis as the Nora Sandigo Children Foundation (NSCF), adding the specialized approach to defending these rights in the context of complex immigration regulations that often constitute risks to the family unit.

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Executive Director

Nora Sandigo

Manager of Operations

Reymundo Otero

 Legal Counsel


Alfonso Oviedo, Esq.



Sergio Massa

Program Director

Julieta Garcia

Director of Corporate Communications

Karen Machuca

Director of Facilities

Ademir Monaro