Border Servant Corps

Border Servant Corps promotes and demonstrates justice, kindness, and humility through the intentional exploration of community, simplicity, social justice, and spirituality in the U.S./Mexico border region.

Volunteer Programs

Border Servant Corps hosts full-time volunteers that live in intentional community, learn about living simply, work for social justice, and explore spirituality.

Community Engagement

Border Servant Corps creates opportunities for members of the community to participate in one-day immersion experiences to learn about local social justice issues and initiatives.

Border Immersions

Border Servant Corps hosts groups interested in an accompaniment-style immersion, where relationships and first-hand educational experiences about border issues are prioritized.

Service Sites

Border Servant Corps service sites address issues such as poverty, immigration, domestic violence, education, health care, and more! All are committed to justice and equality for those they serve.

BSC Blog

Sustenance & Wholeness

Sustenance & Wholeness

It has been three months since I have moved to New Mexico. Although I am only an hour drive from the Mexico-United States border, I lack the feeling of living in the borderlands. I feel so close but yet so distant. I have thoughts rushing through my mind. What if I was closer? What if I was volunteering in the immigration field? Would I be […]

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Thank you from Jardín de los Niños!

Thank you from Jardín de los Niños!

Dear Fellow Community Members, Staff of Jardín de los Niños, and BSCers,   Thank you so much for attending community night at Jardín de los Niños. We were lucky to have so many new and familiar faces join us to learn more about this wonderful organization and the people supporting it’s presence in our community. As we mentioned before, without the community’s support, we cannot continue […]

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Reflection & Gratitude for BSC Community Night at Jardin de los Niños

Reflection & Gratitude for BSC Community Night at Jardin de los Niños

Although I had supported, met staff, and told other people about Jardin de los Niños, I had not visited the actual site until last night.  Hannah, BSC volunteer, shared a great PowerPoint and presentation about Jardin, which included learning that New Mexico is ranked 49th in Child Well-Being. In order to help us get to see the facilities, we played an “Amazing Race” style game […]

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