Thanks to you, the Madre Antonia Comedor has served hundreds of hot meals to the people of Ichupampa every day for three years. Even an earthquake did not deter the determination of the Quechua people.
The Latest On: Casa Chapi
Casa Chapi students can now participate in virtual learning. Your generosity is making it possible for our Quechua Benefit staff in Peru to stay connected to our students.
Together we are improving the lives of women and children in Peru, even during these uncertain times. You make it possible for them to break the cycle of poverty. Thank you for your support of them.
Our teachers and students are all ready for school. As a precautionary measure the Peru Ministry of Education has delayed the start of the school year until March 30.
It’s back to school already? The 2020 school year begins in March for our kids at Casa Chapi. Can you grant a wish to keep up with the growing needs for our students? Thank you for your generous hearts.
“Casa Chapi changed my life,” says Isaac. “I know it can change my brother’s and sisters’ lives, too.” Find out what’s next for Isaac in this issue of Your Generosity at Work.
Congratulations to Isaac, our first Casa Chapi student to graduate from high school! Thanks to your support, Isaac, his brother and sisters have made their father’s wish come true.
A new school year is just around the corner for Casa Chapi. Kids return in March for their 2020 school year. Can you grant a wish to keep up with the needs for our students? Thank you for your generosity.
YOU! Your gifts to Casa Chapi make it possible for these kids to excel in reading. Winners in the reading program earned a trip to the zoo!
Many Casa Chapi parents live far from Chivay and enjoy monthly Parents’ Days where kids and parents enjoy a day together. See what parents think of Casa Chapi and how it has improved their children’s lives.