Every year, the last weekend in September is reserved for our fluffy friends (alpacas)! This was Quechua Benefit’s first National Alpaca Farm Days event since Covid hit. We opened up the farm for the weekend and had the opportunity to host guests, feed the alpacas, enjoy photo opportunities, and shop our farm store. All the proceeds went to helping our Quechuan farming families in Peru. Thank you to all of you that attended. We appreciate you!
If you took photos and post on social media, please tag us @QuechuaBenefit. Thanks!
Sara, our Communication Director, got her start in fine art thus she was able to lend a hand in creating a fun, alpaca photo opportunity for guests to enjoy. It’s sitting outside our farm store in Hillsboro, Oregon so come take your photo!
Pictured here: Katie, our Development Director (left) and Sara (right), testing out the photo board before guests arrived.
Quechua Benefit sold stickers of our logo and alpacas, suris in this case, as a calling card.
Shout out to Sticker Mule for helping in their creation. They turned out wonderful!
Did you know, a wasi is a suri that has never been sheared and is considered good luck among alpaca farmers?