Baja, Mexico: Service In Action

  • Quo_Mexico-NHD-Nicole-Footwashing_My360_CROP
You’re Invited To Serve!

Thank you for your passion and enthusiasm to give to others! It’s inspiring.

Quo and My360Project are proud to invite you to be a critical part of this unforgettable service opportunity.

Loaded with meaningful, hands-on & sustainable interactions, this program delivers a life-changing impact for each participant – and all those you’ll serve.

Join us for six transformational days in Baja, Mexico!

“Quo” is Latin for Where?

It’s occasionally useful when someone asks us, “Quo Vadis?”: Where are you going?

This phrase defines our mission to help people discover and connect with their path, through phenomenal travel experiences and service to others.

We invite you to spend 6 days on a journey to beautiful Vicente Guerrero, Baja California, Mexico, for a trip that will change your perspective…

Change your perspective of the world, and your place in it.

A Journey In Search of Hidden Treasure

Join us for an opportunity to serve men, women and children in need. It’s good for your heart, and what you discover just might transform your life.

Though short in duration, the impact will last a lifetime. You’ll not only do good for others, you’ll do yourself a world of good, too, and this experience will continue to resonate throughout your life.

Outward Focus, Inward Connection

By focusing outwardly on the experience of those in need, you’ll reconnect with and strengthen your inward experience.

Safe, Beautiful and Welcoming

Vincente Guerrero is a uniquely remote and picturesque location – miles from bustling cities, transportation corridors and the nightly news.

Perhaps best of all, it’s a million miles from the lives we enjoy living each day. This is an ideal location to breathe, center and hit reset on our lives.

Program Snap Shot

Small group. Massive impact.

Program length: 6 days
All Inclusive Price: from $1,395 + Air
Program Dates: Aug 1-6, 2019

Group Size:  10 Travelers

  • Sustainable Service Focus – this is not toxic charity
  • Door of Faith: Orphanage & Community Medical Center
  • Teaching Local Children – service learning & life skills
  • Shoe Building with My360 Artisans
  • Unforgettable “Shoe Give” Experiences
  • Hope Village & Student Reach – saving women’s & children’s lives through sustainable service
  • House Building – help families build a future, alongside local craftsmen
  • True Community Service – where the need is deepest, work side-by-side with locals building a better life for themselves
  • Eternal Anchor & Equestrian Therapy – powerful outreach to special needs youth
  • Migrant Camp Visit – cultural exchange with impoverished children in transition
  • Authentic Mexican Cooking Class – local ingredients, traditional techniques, generational recipes
  • Local Artisan’s Market
  • Work Hard, Then Enjoy a Day at the Beach
  • Safe, Comfortable and Welcoming Guesthouse Accommodations
  • Excellent, delicious, fresh & healthy meals
  • Breathtaking oceanside days & nights


Click your Leader to ENROLL!

Interest Form

Interested, but not ready to Enroll?
Use the form below
& we’ll keep you in the loop.
Click here to load this Caspio Online Database.

Full Program Itinerary

DAY 1: Thursday, August 1
  • Direct morning flight to San Diego
  • Reflection topics to consider during flight
  • Arrive in San Diego, CA, begin our drive across the border
  • Welcome lunch at La Fonda—with it’s breathtaking ocean views and acclaimed cuisine, you’ll see people dining here from all over the world
  • Receive a tour of Door of Faith: a one-of-a-kind orphanage in La Mision, BC, which strives to create a family atmosphere for each child entrusted to them. Door of Faith provides an education and life-skills, while encouraging children to learn through service—creating healthy and productive members of society
  • Drive to Vicente Guerrero
  • Arrive at accommodations, receive welcome tour and guest house information
  • Become acquainted with the “My360 build site,” where shoes are hand-made by local artisans and shipped to needy children world-wide, learn to assemble these shoes alongside your peers
  • Group welcome dinner
  • Shoe assembly and reflection
DAY 2: Friday, August 2
  • Breakfast, morning reflection, and debrief
  • Arrive at Eternal Anchor— a home, school and community outreach program for people with special needs in rural Baja, empowering families through education and training
  • Meet with the founders and other volunteers at Eternal Anchor and learn about their inspiring work
  • Experience a local, authentic weekly Artisan’s Market—meet and learn from local vendors, find a treasure!
  • Dive into lunch at La Pasadita—an authentic fish taco stand where you will enjoy the savory taste of fish and shrimp straight from the ocean
  • Spend the afternoon at Eternal Anchor’s Equestrian Therapy Ranch, assist in grounds work and encounter their unique therapeutic work
  • Clean up at accommodation, beach bonfire and cookout
  • Evening reflection
DAY 3: Saturday, August 3
  • Breakfast, morning reflection
  • Shoe assembly
  • Morning hike overlooking beautiful Baja
  • Lunch at Antonio’s “street taco ministry”
  • Head to a local migrant camp where you will participate in a shoe give and community building exchange, participating in song and dance with the local children
  • Head for the Chocolate Coffee Cafe where you can choose from delicious, authentic drinks & treats – all for a worthy cause. A wonderful opportunity to observe sustainable, charitable commerce and discuss your experience at the migrant camp
  • Participate in a traditional Mexican cooking class with Gloria – the My360 Program Manager for Mexico
  • Evening reflection
DAY 4: Sunday, August 4
  • Breakfast and morning reflection
  • Shoe assembly
  • Arrive at Hope Village, run by Student Reach: here you will serve women & children who would otherwise be living in compromised and unsafe situations – time to roll up your sleeves!
  • Enjoy lunch onsite
  • Return to accommodations via a driving tour of rural, impoverished Zapata. See typical living conditions… observe how those you just served would be living had they not received assistance from Student Reach. Also, we’ll see homes of some women who’ve graduated from Hope Village, who now live sustainably and safely
  • Spontaneous SHOE GIVE opportunity
  • Once we’re back at our accommodations, we’ll clean up for dinner
  • Dinner at Poblano’s: delight in a traditional meat rotisserie, fresh vegetables and delicious heated Mexican queso
  • Evening reflection
DAY 5: Monday, August 5
  • Breakfast and morning reflection
  • Beach excursion! Enjoy the morning with activities such as sea kayaking, snorkeling, boogie boarding or fishing
  • Lunch at a beachside restaurant
  • Relax and have fun at the beach this afternoon – frisbees, kites, swimming and endless amounts of the Baja’s uniquely fine, pristine sand
  • Return to accommodation and clean up
  • Farewell dinner, featuring a special evening reflection experience
DAY 6: Tuesday August 6
  • Early morning wake-up call
  • Quick accommodation clean-up
  • Simple breakfast
  • Departure for San Diego Airport
  • Lunch in van enroute to airport
  • Flight home from San Diego
  • Buen viaje!