“Many people criticize us, ask us why we continue to look for our relatives, tell us that we will never find them, that we should continue with our lives. But I wonder: what would happen in a country where people disappeared, and had no one to look for them?” (relative of a missing person). CADENA carried out a welfare brigade for the María Herrera Family in Search Collective in Poza Rica, Veracruz. In this humanitarian intervention our volunteers focused primarily on emotional support, but pantries were also distributed to support the families of the missing persons. The people we helped during this intervention left a mark in the hearts of our volunteers because they symbolize hope and the search for answers, because they are brave and do not give up – even if their search is carried out in a country where sadly, everyday an average of 7 people disappear.