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Project Mercy Home Building Tijuana
For over 15 years Gary Stemple has organized teams from Old Mission Rotary to fund and build houses with Project Mercy.
Project Mercy is a 501-C (3) nonprofit agency based in San Diego, California. The goal of Project Mercy is the improvement of basic living standards and quality of life for impoverished families who live in squalid conditions in the shantytowns east of Tijuana, Mexico. Project Mercy builds basic but sturdy houses for the poorest families in the outlying neighborhoods, or “Colonias” of Tijuana, Mexico. 
    Francis Parker Interact financed and built a Project Mercy home.   Erik Benink drove
the students to Tijuana in the Rotary District van.
Gary Stemple of Old Mission Rotary and Victoria Helms of Francis Parker
Volunteers start with a concrete foundation and build an entire three       
A very grateful Mexican family accepts the keys to their new home!
Members of Old Mission Rotary, Fallbrook Rotary and Francis Parker Interact worked together to build two homes in Tijuana on Saturday, September 27 with Project Mercy. Francis Parker Interact was awarded a District Grant to finance a home for an impoverished Mexican family.