Dear FNS Reader

Dear FNS Reader,

First of all, thanks to the readers who made donations in response to our recent fundraising appeal. Despite our modest resources and capabilities, we try to go the extra mile in getting you the news and stories that are so important in these momentous times.  And we know that, you too, can go the extra mile and help us sustain our coverage of the U.S.-Mexico border and beyond.

We are still in need of tax-deductible donations to meet our goal for 2013. And what better time than now, the holiday-giving season, to help us along the way.

Please consider making a $20, $30 or $40 donation today.  We also welcome larger donations, or whatever fits your budget.  Readers who might have leads to foundation grants are also encouraged to contact Dr. Garcia-Bryce at the e-mail address below. Again, all donations to Frontera NorteSur are fully tax deductible.

You can donate either electronically or by check and money order. All you have to do is follow the instructions at the bottom of this letter. Thank you very much for your support, and your valued readership. And have a very happy holiday season!


Dr. Inigo Garcia-Bryce, Director
Center for Latin American and Border Studies NMSU

Kent Paterson, Editor
Frontera NorteSur

Donating to Frontera Norte Sur on-line has never been easier.

Simply go the NMSU Foundation website at:

There you will be prompted to “Find a Giving Area/Fund” Click the button and type in “Frontera.” Frontera Norte Sur will come up on a drop down menu, double click on it and proceed with the form. There is an additional option to donate in honor or memory of someone, if desired.

If you prefer to donate by mail, simply mail a check or money order to:

NMSU Foundation
Box 3590
Las Cruces, NM

Checks and money orders should be made payable to:

New Mexico State University Foundation Inc.

On the memo line of the check, in the bottom left hand corner, put: Frontera Norte Sur

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