Whatever your expertise, you can be like Debra Parcheta. She is a database designer who is making a lasting impact. Recently Debra volunteered with Quechua Benefit in Peru and used her expertise to assist with our anemia prevention campaign.
Using their ancient craft of hand spinning yarn, Quechua women earn a living wage in Alliyma’s economic empowerment program. You are empowering women and their families with your donations and purchases at Alpacas.com.
In this issue, see how your $1.00 donation to our anemia prevention campaigns is multiplied. Thanks to you, our generous donors, thousands of people are becoming healthier. We are also grateful for our great volunteers who put their varied skills to use in fulfilling our mission in Peru.
Updates on recent news, projects, fundraisers, volunteering, and more.
Number of Children Living at Casa Chapi
Number of People Received Medical or Dental Care
“llaqtakunaq atipayninwan, teqrimuyuta kuyuchisunchis”
When the villages work together, we will turn this world around
~ Quechua proverb
Let’s work together
With your help we can bring medicine, doctors, schools, and help to the Quechua people
“QB is taking aide directly to the people who need it without it being filtered through bureaucracies and a lot of money being spent for nothing. It’s very efficient and they make good use of the volunteers and the doctors. (more…)
“I loved the trip to the highlands, but it was hair-raising at times. The people up there are so tough, I just admire them so much!”