PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - A new Phoenix-based nonprofit is helping asylum seekers.

100 Angels Foundation started providing medical care for people who come from countries like Honduras and El Salvador.

[RELATED: US struggling with growing number of asylum seekers]

Cecilia Garcia started the nonprofit and said she is always looking for more donations because they get used up quickly.

[RELATED: 'Our country is full': Trump says migrants straining system]

She said many of the asylum seekers are children who have health issues after traveling thousands of miles.

Garcia said the organization has helped more than 6,000 people since January in Phoenix.


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Not a dime from me. Border patrol should set up at his illegal clinic and snatch everyone that shows up.


Waaa! I don't have healthcare-- why do these criminal lawbreakers get healthcare? These are lawbreaking criminals, criminals who break the laws and don't obey the laws. They are criminals! And they get the healthcare that I don't have because I am Murican and teh criminals are not! Nobody gives me free anything! I work at a shittty job and I am miserable, but I am Murican! I am not college edubemecated or anything but I am Murican and I have constitutional rights! These brown criminal lawbreakers make me angry! DERRRRP.

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