AA...BACK 2 BASICS Group, CLOSED Meeting. EVERY Friday at noon, at the Melville Hotel, Calle Constitución 99, Centro. Contacts: Bob: firstname.lastname@example.org, 669-117-6112; Denny: email@example.com, 669-116-5398 La Misión at Camarón Sábalo No. 306, OPEN MEETINGS. See www.aamazatlan.com for meeting schedule. Call 044 (669)127-5684, 913-4406, for more information.
Watch the video of
A History of Alcoholics Anonymous by Oliver Clark - this visual and auditory history of AA
spans the period 1932-1971.
Thurs. 10 am - 11 am. Late November - end of April. Located on Ave. Cameron Sabalo No. 306
in the Golden Zone, North of Dominos through the Oval Iron Gate. Next door to Dr. Backman's
new location. Contact Pam - 669-139-8116
Mazatlán Humane Society A.C.
Visit our website: amigosdelosanimalesmzt.com for more information. We need volunteers to help walk dogs and work in our thrift store. We gratefully accept donations of your lightly used clothing and household items. All sales proceeds support the street animals of Mazatlán. Visit the shelter - 11 to 2 and 4 - 7 - Monday - Saturday. Address Bicentenario Juarez #3, Colonia Francisco Villa. Telephone 669-986-4235.
Meeting: November 13th at 1:00pm at Friends Diner. Find us on Facebook: American Legion Mazatlan. For more information on the Post please call Vicky first at 669-2180 (local number).
International Christian nonprofit organization dedicated to being a voice for orphans and vulnerable children. Back2Back partners with individuals, schools, churches, civic groups, and businesses to create a bridge between people in need and people with resources. Back2Back invests in children’s spiritual, physical, emotional, educational and social needs. To Volunteer in Mazatlán, reach out to:
Español Email: Wendy Acecedo: firstname.lastname@example.org
English Email: Tom Woelk: email@example.com
Amigos de Mexico is a volunteer organization that supports the needs of children in the poorest colonias of Mazatlan. Members meet every second Tuesday from October to May. Everyone is welcome to attend on November 13 at Friend’s Diner for breakfast at 9:30 and the meeting at 10:00. Our theme will be ‘Maintaining mature health and fitness in Mazatlan’.
ffice: 182-1486 - 208 International, at the corner of Río Presidio, near the Ley Vieja and Waldo’s on Ejército Mexicano. For info call: Lois Croly, Board of Director, cell: 669-162-5441.
Donations: www.hospicemazatlan.org and/or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll be happy to receive your donation in our bank account: Banorte 611441245
Service Opportunities. Deliver food to the city dump workers. Help with your donations to feed the children. Calling Local: Office 916-5114. E-mail: email@example.com
Gabriela Ramirez Landeros, President, Board of Directors. Address: Zaragoza 207-A, Centro. Tel: 981-2214
1801 Av. Zaragoza, Downtown. Tel: 981-3690.
Founded in 1987, the Tres Islas Orphanage Fund supports children at 6 orphanages in Mazatlán through the purchase of fresh food (weekly), hygiene supplies, education supplies and tutors, building repairs, and the replacement of broken or worn-out appliances. TIOF is a 501(c)(3) so your donations are tax-deductible.
To learn more about the Tres Islas Orphanage Fund mission please visit www.tresislas.org.
Tres Islas Orphanage Fund
P O Box 3005
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816 USA