Two Bay Area high school students comfort asylum seekers with "Cartas Con Amor," letters with love

Two Bay Area high school students are handwriting letters in Spanish to give comfort to asylum seekers at the U.S. Mexico border, as well as immigrants who have recently entered the country.

The non-profit, "Cartas Con Amor," was founded by Jackie Brown and Natalie Ionescu earlier this year.

Jackie and Natalie joined Claudine Wong on The Nine to share their story of writing "letters with love."

For more information, visit Cartas Con Amor's website.

To donate to the cause and support future trips and the purchase of letter supplies, visit their GoFundMe.