In 2017, we went on a Listening Tour in Peru to find out how to best serve the 50 communities we work in. In 2018, we want to hear from you – our supporters – on how you’d like to be communicated with. Receive a free book in exchange for your valuable insights!
The Latest On: Love + Charity
Quechua Benefit had a big year in 2017! Relive our biggest achievements with us from January to December.
Kathy McConnell, from Canada, was on the annual Quechua Benefit Peru Tour this November. We were in Arequipa about to begin our adventure! We started with a visit to Quechua Benefit’s Casa Chapi school in Arequipa where our secondary students who have graduated from Casa Chapi in Chivay live.
The QB team is working hard to make this the best Christmas for the Casa Chapi kids. Help the children get everything on their wish list!
Quechua Benefit was recently recognized for our transparency with a Gold Seal on our GuideStar Nonprofit Profile!
Charitable giving is a joy when the donor knows their intent is fulfilled and their money is spent wisely. One of the most closely followed measures of a charities quality ranking is the percent of money the charity spends on overhead verses how much of the donors money goes directly to programs for the people they serve.
Most people have generous hearts but when it comes to charitable giving their mind can play tricks on them. Scientists have studied these mistakes and given them names: 1) The Martyrdom Effect and 2) The Unexpected Joy of Giving.
Giving can do so much good. The more time you take to decide on your charity of choice the more good you will do. The following list of do’s and don’ts will surely make your charitable dollars go farther.
I don’t want to change anything about Casa Chapi. I love everything there. Especially I love the programs that they have. I hope more kids can go there, because Casa Chapi is a unique place where kids will enjoy there life and not be afraid of anything because Casa Chapi will protect them.
Ed Cain is a sophomore at Occidental College, majoring in Diplomacy and World Affairs. He volunteered his time teaching English at Casa Chapi this summer. He recalls the children of Casa Chapi as inquisitive, engaged, and mature. Read about his experience in his own words.