TECHO aims to create change in vulnerable communities by overcoming extreme poverty in slums through training and joint action of families and youth volunteers, promoting community development, and advocating for social policies.
Tour revenue will support the continuation of the organization’s programs and projects in the fields of construction, education, health, employment, infrastructure and labor.
Any day by appointment
Adults, Families, Professionals
1 to 35
Easy (short walking distances, low or no physical effort)
Clothing & Equipment
Comfortable shoes for walking, Hat, Sunscreen lotion
Join a massive movement with travelers, volunteers, and locals alike coming together to transform neighboring communities in the major Mexican city of your choice. Your tour will take you to visit a local university community, and immerse you into the work being done by the organization to empower and improve people’s lives.
This specific project by TECHO focuses on the construction of emergency houses in urgent situations for families. The conclusion of this work is a great human experience, in which the work brings together people from all over the world and backgrounds to learn together. The end result is emergency housing that immediately improves the conditions of families, and an unforgettable positive experience for the people involved.
Av. Plaza de la Republica 51, Col. Tabacalera, Mexico City, Delegación Cuauhtémoc, Mexico
Tour start address depends on which city you choose.
Mexico City: Av. Plaza de la república 51, Col. Tabacalera, del. Cuauhtémoc, Ciudad de México.
Toluca: Calle Sierra Ventana 206, Valle Don Camilo. CP. 50140 Toluca, Estado de México.
Gudalajara: Fray Luis de Palacios 285 Col. Ladrón de Guevara C.P. 44650 Guadalajara, Jalisco.
Monterrey: Tapia 1515 entre Miguel Nieto y Pedro Corona, Monterrey, Nuevo León.
Cuautlancingo: Calle Holmul No. 18 Villas Citlalli Momoxpan, Cuautlancingo, Puebla.
To create change in vulnerable communities by overcoming extreme poverty in slums through training and joint action of families and youth volunteers, promoting community development, and advocating for social policies.
Community infrastructure projects
Construction of emergency housing
Construction of community centers
Construction of gardens