Schools for Chiapas is an organization of grassroots activists and communities working in many areas, in many ways, and in many places. Individuals, families, and organizations can all “add their grain of sand” to our efforts to make the world a better place. Schools for Chiapas encourages autonomy and independence on the part of participants. We will do our best to provide anyone wishing to help with the information, tools and encouragement they need to make a contribution. Click below for additional information about getting involved!
Send an eCard: Send a colorful eCard now! It is fast, fun, and FREE! You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to send some a beautiful card via email. Your family and friends will appreciate being remembered and you can use any of the images on this page or you may load your own images. You can also schedule to send cards at a later date for everyone on your birthday and holiday lists! Every card helps bring more visitors to our web site!
Subscribe to the SFChiapas email Newsletter: We do our best to fill our newsletters with beautiful photos and timely information. Also we promise not to fill up your mailbox with notices since we only publish once a month.
Grow Zapatista GMO-free Corn: You can provide invaluable sanctuary to Mayan corn which is in danger of contamination by genetically engineered corn exported from the USA. Share your harvest with friends and family.
Volunteers / Interns: Most volunteers and interns carry out very specific and time limited projects, sometimes for university credit.
Translate documents and messages: Schools for Chiapas often needs translation from English to Spanish or from Spanish to English. You can join this effort by visiting our public forums. Click here to join the forums.
Promoters of Justice: This international team of Schools for Chiapas activists uses the internet and occasional phone calls to support Schools for Chiapas projects and to participate a variety of activist struggles. In particular this group helps sell products of the autonomous, indigenous communities of Chiapas, Mexico.
The Other Campaign: The Sixth Declaration of the Lacondon jungle is the organizing document for this new international association of anti-capitalist organizers.