So it has come to our attention that there are some frequently asked questions about the donation process, and we’d like to offer your this page in response.

What, specifically, will my money go towards?

As of now, all proceeds go directly to the 4Wall relief efforts in Pescadero, Mexico (Southern Baha). They are building a “Re-Use” center.  It’s not a Recycling Center, it is a Re-Use, or Re-Purposing Center.  This building will serve as an educational facility where 4walls can hold seminars and teach people the skills they need to build homes made from used materials.  Additionally, it will be the place where waste products such as tires, bottles, cans, etc. can be brought, staged, and subsequently put into other homes through out the community. The actual building process is about to begin, and if you are interested in volunteering for the build, you can let us know here!

Who is 4Walls helping?

While 4Walls is starting their initial relief efforts in southern Baha there is much need elsewhere. There are already talks in the work for future 4Walls projects in Tijuana, Haiti, and even Bariloche, Argentina.

Is my donation tax-deductible?

Absolutely, 4Walls International is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, and all donations are tax-deductible.


5 responses to “FAQ

  1. Travis Collier

    Hey there guys, my name is Travis Collier and I am soldier currently serving in the United States Army and I am deployed down range in the Maysan Province of Iraq. My parents recently took their vacation in the beautiful north west region of our great country and met a couple of crazy bikers along the way who they gave a ride to, that would be you. I am a son to the Expert Scout Master and lovely wife, and their two crazy dogs. I read most of your blog and thought it was pretty damn cool, please keep in mind this is coming from the guy who rides in top of a humvee everyday of his life with a heavy duty machine gun and a tactical rifle, not to mention every cool toy a boy has ever dreamed of playing with; IE night vision.
    I just wanted to say that I would like to donate a little bit to your cause and I think what your doing is very noble and very cool. I know I may not be able to donate much but being a soldier i know this better than most sometimes the smallest things matter the most.
    I wish you best luck in journey and i hope that you continue your cause.
    Spc Travis A Collier
    United States Army, Field Artillery

    • Cheers, Travis! Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thoughts–your words really mean a lot to us. And you’re right about the small things, man, they can mean more than the world sometimes. Good luck in Iraq, thanks for your dedication to our country, and please stay safe!

  2. Travis Collier

    PS, stay frosty guys.

  3. Hi guys, how do I get in touch with you if I would like to use one of your photos in an academic journal article?


    J. Long
    Assistant Professor of Social Sciences
    Franklin College Switzerland

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