Mexico

Foundation date: 1986

We are a grain of sand in the middle of a great country full of contrasts, where people with disabilities still live isolated in their homes and their rights are not recognised. To have a community like L’Arche is amazing; our neighbours love to see us together, when we go for walks, to our swimming lessons, to do our shopping, to listen to music, to have fun and to celebrate life. It has a very positive impact on our society to see a group of people who love each other, who forgive each other, who are good neighbours, who help each other in times of need and who invite others to share their lives with us in joy and in sorrow. This is the true wealth of our community.

– Assistants and leaders of L’Arche in Mexico

In L'Arche they healed my heart which was broken because nobody understood me.

Ivan, core member of L'Arche in Queretaro.

What's new in Mexico

A multi-talented workshop team at L’Arche Mexico

From Independence Day in September to Christmas, Mexico City is bursting with piñatas - some of which are made by the L'Arche workshop in Mexico

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Lockdown is unlocking creativity and solidarity across the Federation

Today, no country in the Federation has been left untouched by Covid-19: many of our workshops have had to close temporarily; programmes have been put...

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“One small step for a man…”

But which man? Is it Neil Armstrong, spaceman… the moon… summer 1969? Or maybe, just maybe, it is Jose, a man with an intellectual disability… L...

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“Just do it now or never.”

And so Julia Huber took a deep breath and dived into the life of L’Arche Mexico! “That visit gave me a good idea of the spirit of a L’Arche home.”

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