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Pro Sayulita is a non-political, duly-registered and federally-recognized Mexican non-profit association (A.C.), that was founded in 2005 by concerned local and foreign citizens committed to enriching the quality of life for ALL, in the beautiful seaside town of Sayulita, Mexico. Pro Sayulita exists on the fundamental elements of making Sayulita a clean, safe, and exciting village to live in. With the help of volunteers, donations, and the hard work of Pro Sayulita's members, institutions such as these are able to exist in Sayulita:
Our vision is to bring together the Sayulita community and to recognize and preserve the benefits of its cultural and ecological diversity while improving the quality of life in Sayulita.
The goal of Pro Sayulita is to recognize and preserve Sayulita's unique cultural and ecological diversity, and the benefits they provide for all who live and visit here. Pro Sayulita is happy to help and support wonderful Sayulita organizations such as SayulitAnimals, the Sayulita Turtle Camp, the bomberos (local fire team), beach safety, the police, as well as help bringing the Ministerio Publico Office to Sayulita.
We work to assist various groups within the community in both articulating new needs that are in the pueblo's best interests, and in liaising with both local and government entities to secure funding for various immediate- and long-term projects.
Volunteer + Help Our Community
Want to become an active member of our Sayulita community? Volunteering is the perfect vehicle to discover something you are really good at and develop a new skill. By being a Pro Sayulita Volunteer, you will find that it brings together a diverse range of people from all backgrounds and walks of life. Volunteering in Sayulita allows you to connect with our community and make it a better place. Even helping out with the smallest tasks can make a real difference to the lives of people, animals, environment, and local Sayulita organizations in need.
Partial photo credit to Camilla Fuchs Photography