Volunteers stay at our multipurpose facility, "La Posada Esperanza"

La Posada is located in the small town of La Gloria, only a fifteen-minute drive from the U.S./Mexico border. La Posada has bunk-style accommodations, two different male/female bathroom & shower facilities, a large common room, and a full industrial-size kitchen.

La Posada is staffed by a groundskeeper who lives on-site. Long-term volunteers live on-site as well and are easily reachable with any issues.

"Going Green" at La Posada

We practice going green and energy conservation year-round at La Posada Esperanza. This includes recycling, composting, and employing water saving technologies in all our bathrooms. What’s next on our To-Do List? Installing tank-less water heaters. What’s next on our “Green Wish List” for La Posada? Solar power!

Visit our Native Plants Garden

Thanks to a grant from the San Diego Natural History Museum, the Native Plants Garden and Nursery at La Posada Esperanza was established in 2007. This beautiful garden boasts over 50 species of plants native to Baja California. We propagate plants in the nursery for new homeowners to grow in their gardens and regularly host community and school workshops to educate the public about the environmental and health benefits of using native plants. Take a relaxing stroll through the garden and you will be greeted with a smile from our master gardener and Esperanza home recipient, Olivia.

Directions

Taking a taxi to La Posada? Print out and share this handy map with your taxista.

Driving to La Posada? Download these handy photo directions.