Thank you, Ruth Mogrovejo of Latin Collection, for teaching the Casa Chapi girls in Arequipa to knit and create adorable stuffed alpacas!
Thanks to you, Casa Chapi kids are receiving a great education at home, even during COVID lockdowns. Recently they enjoyed spending the day on Casa Chapi’s Chivay campus.
Thanks to you, your Casa Chapi secondary students are learning and growing in their houses in Arequipa.
Dr. Jim Anderson, long-time Quechua Benefit friend and volunteer, recently made a 25th Anniversary gift in honor of his mom. She modeled generosity throughout her life.
25 years ago, Don Julio Barreda asked the question that began Quechua Benefit: “Is there anything the alpaca breeders in the US could do for the people of my community?” See what your generosity has done in this issue.
The battle against Covid-19 in Peru is not over. You have already made a difference and can now help us reach highland communities with vaccinations.
Because of your generosity, Casa Chapi students are now in college! Isaac, Ronald, and Wilfredo are all enrolled in SENATI Technical Institute pursuing their dreams.
In 2012 Xeina arrived at Casa Chapi. Since then she has traveled with the Matsiko Choir and became our first exchange student to the USA. See what she has accomplished in her Cascades Academy Master Project.
Your kids are staying strong, thanks to your generous donations to monthly food deliveries. They are grateful for your love and support.
With your help, Women’s and Children’s Community Centers can open in the Sister Antonia Kitchens in Ichupampa and Yanque. The Centers will be managed by local women and offer a variety of services.