The African proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child,” was famously expropriated by Hillary Clinton for the title of her 1996 book. We thought we would also borrow it to help explain our new contribution program.
Expats In Mexico has come a long way since we launched The Expat Guide to Living in Mexico on September 16, 2016, Mexico’s Independence Day. So far, we have been able to provide you with a wide variety of print and video content on moving to Mexico, living in Mexico, working in Mexico and retiring here. But the development of the quality content you trust and rely upon takes expertise, resources, time and money. That’s where you come in.
Expats In Mexico is still a young online magazine with rapidly expanding readership. We need your help to sustain our growth and commitment to quality. That means developing more well-researched, well-written content that you can trust. We cover a wide variety of topics that you have told us interest you the most. Whether you are looking for ways to improve your daily life in Mexico or find out about the best way to move to Mexico, we have you covered. But we want to provide you with even more.
More city profiles to help you decide where to move in Mexico. More feature articles on Mexico from subject experts. Podcasts on specific subjects. And much more. But we need the resources to develop this content.
Whether you are an expat currently living in Mexico or an aspiring expat considering a move to this beautiful country, we would like to ask for your help. Although we receive some advertising revenue, it is not nearly enough to support the level of content we are currently providing or hope to provide in the future.
You are a member of our global village. That’s why we are asking you to help ensure the future of Expats In Mexico with a small contribution. Just click on the Contribute link in the navigation bar on any page.