December 31, 2014

Dear Supporters:


Our humanitarian efforts in 2014 have exceeded our expectations in saving lives and helping families! Here are a few of our human rights accomplishments:

  • Increased number of water stations in South Texas
  • Strengthened our capacity to locate missing loved ones for families through the establishment of the STHRC Missing Persons and Unidentified Human Remains Project
  • Collaborated with numerous humanitarian organizations from California to South Texas through the Missing Migrants Response Network 
  • Continued advocacy for humanitarian immigration policies
  • Expanded to include full-time volunteer, Sister Pamela Marie Buganski from the Sisters of Notre Dame, who is our bookeeper/manager, and forensic anthropologist intern, Hailey Duecker, from the Texas State University Department of Anthropology 
  • Published the bi-monthly South Texas Human Rights Center Newsletter 
  • Established human rights advocates as STHRC Board of Directors
  • Organized visit by The Antorcha Messengers from Mexico City bringing awareness of immigrant communities divided by a militarized border
  • Sponsored International Day of the Migrant with an Open House
  • Participated in Forensic Border Coalition meetings
  • Nurtured media/press relationships

...and we can do more with your continued support!

 Your financial donation will help us continue to save lives and help families, so please give whatever you can. 


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Hailey Duecker organizes missing persons' data
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