Careth Christine Arnold, a muralist from Sarasota Florida, will be partnering with the youth of Mission Mexico, a children's refuge, to create murals within the city of Tapachula, Mexico.
Careth will be spending three weeks at Mission Mexico; volunteering, painting, adventuring, and helping out were there is a need. She has completed a variety of murals with children in the past, but this will her first time in Mexico. To learn more about her past work visit: www.carethchristine.com
Mission Mexico is a registered charity that warmly receives children that are referred to them by the Government Welfare Department. They are not supported by the State of Federal Government, but by people and groups from around the world.
The number of children in their care changes constantly, and averages between 40 and 50 children on a permanent basis. They aim to provide a loving, secure, and creative home for their children and are constantly looking for volunteers who would love to serve.
Find out more at: www.lovelifehope.com