Meet Our Mexico Earthquake Recovery Fund Grantee Partners

The Center for Disaster Philanthropy supported four organizations – two international and two local – in their efforts to rebuild the lives of those affected by the 2017 earthquakes in Mexico.

Volunteers, military, police, and city rescue workers dig through the rubble of a fallen textile factory in the Obrera neighborhood of Mexico City on Wednesday Sept. 20, 2017 a day after an earthquake collapsed many buildings in the city. (Direct Relief Photo)

Mercy Corps received $150,000 to support economic recovery and growth of small businesses affected by the earthquake.

Fundación Hogares was awarded $74,819 to support local economic and neighborhood recovery in five specific neighborhoods in the Jujutla municipality of Mexico.

Habitat for Humanity Mexico received $95,183 to support home rebuild projects for 178 families in Puebla who are operating home-based businesses.

Fondo Acción Solidaria (FASOL) was awarded $19,000 for the creation of a cultural center that allows the community to benefit from meeting space, workshop implementation and cooperatively organized community space.