Campesinos Sin Fronteras (CSF) was founded by a group of farmworker and ex-farmworker community leaders who were concerned about the lack of health and social services and advocacy for the farmworker population. The idea behind the organization was to create a community-wide partnership between farmworkers and community leaders representing local organizations, local government, churches, and civic groups. CSF has been in existence since 1997 and officially became a non-profit 501 (C)(3) organization in 1999. Since then, CSF has evolved into an organization with multiple health and housing programs that utilizes a grassroots Promotora Model to reach its clients in a linguistically and culturally appropriate way. The organization currently serves Yuma and the rural Arizona communities of Somerton, Gadsden, San Luis, Wellton, Dateland.
Campesinos Sin Fronteras' mission is to promote self-sustainability to farmworkers, low to moderate-income individuals by providing and facilitating access to health, behavioral health, social services, housing rehabilitation, counseling, education and workforce development.
CSF’s vision and strength are in the advocacy process that fosters long-term strategies and solutions to address the priorities identified by community members in a culturally and linguistic competent manner.