Scottsdale nonprofit Rancho Feliz helps those in need in Mexico

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Rancho Feliz is a Scottsdale non-profit that builds homes and distributes food to the needy in Mexico. However, the nonprofit is most proud of the cross-cultural experiences it provides to Americans and Mexicans and how the experiences bridge the two countries. One of Rancho Feliz’s goals is to break down the walls of thought between Americans and Mexicans. We hear more about Rancho Feliz from Gil Gillenwater, Rancho Feliz founder and president, and Phil Tirone, a Phoenix-area resident and Rancho Feliz volunteer.

Gil Gillenwater, Rancho Feliz Founder and President
Phil Tirone, a Phoenix-area resident and Rancho Feliz

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