Annunciation House

Annunciation House

Accompanying the migrant, refugee, and economically vulnerable people of the border.

Thank you to Our Beloved Community!

We are proud and honored to share that a newly renovated Annunciation House has reopened! Annunciation House is sincerely grateful to the thousands of individuals who made this renovation a reality. It was a collaborative work made possible by a broad community of friends, donors, volunteers, and supporters; it simply would not have been possible without those who so generously offered their time and resources. Your gifts have allowed us to transform Annunciation House into a magnificent place for refugees—one in which the dignity of each person who is received in our house is reflected in the beauty of our renovated space.


¡Nos sentimos orgullosos y honrados de compartir que la Casa de la Anunciación recientemente renovada ha reabierto sus puertas! La Casa de la Anunciación está sinceramente agradecida a las miles de personas que hicieron realidad esta renovación. Este trabajo de colaboración ha sido posible gracias a una amplia comunidad de amigos, donantes, voluntarios y simpatizantes; sencillamente no habría sido posible sin aquellos que tan generosamente ofrecieron su tiempo y sus recursos. Sus donaciones nos han permitido transformar la Casa de la Anunciación en un magnífico lugar para los refugiados, en el que la dignidad de cada persona que es recibida en nuestra casa se refleja en la belleza de nuestro espacio renovado.


About Annunciation house

Annunciation House is a volunteer organization that offers hospitality to migrants, immigrants, and refugees in El Paso, Texas. Rooted in Catholic social teaching, the volunteers of Annunciation House live simply and in community, in the same houses as the guests we serve, who are mostly from Mexico and Central America.We also participate in advocacy and education around immigration issues. We seek to be a voice for justice and compassion, especially on behalf of the most marginalized of our society.

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The People We Serve

From its beginnings, Annunciation House has sought to serve the poorest of the poor in our El Paso-Juarez border community. Many of the most vulnerable here are people from south of the border, who can’t receive services from most established social agencies. They can be identified by their undocumented immigration status and the poverty, injustice, and oppression that are so much a part of their reality. These migrants and refugees have become the primary constituency of Annunciation House.