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.
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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.
Quechua Benefit’s 2020 Anemia Campaign will begin soon! With your help, we will reduce the anemia rate among the women and children of the Colca Valley to below 20% by 2021!
“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.
Your generosity in 2019 continued to transform lives to fulfill Quechua Benefit’s mission of breaking the cycle of poverty in the highlands of Peru.
People who live in remote areas, like the Quechua people do, are often forgotten by the outside world. Because of your generosity, Quechua Benefit is breaking the cycle of poverty among these beautiful people with our education, anemia prevention, and economic empowerment programs. With your help, they will be forgotten no longer.
Your generosity is making all the difference for the 100 at-risk students at Casa Chapi. Boys’ and girls’ lives are enriched through a quality reading program, Sinfonia por el Peru, and anemia prevention and treatment.
Join the movement this #GIVINGTUESDAY! 100% of your donation directly impacts the lives of women and children in Peru.
Nearly 50% of school age children in Peru suffer from parasites and anemia. Because of your generosity, students at Casa Chapi receive regular check-ups to diagnose and treat these ailments. Healthy children are able to attend school more often and have better aspirations for the future.
What do you love to do? Xochitl loves alpacas and children. It’s amazing how those two loves came together when she volunteered for Quechua Benefit. And she had a once-in-a-lifetime experience in Peru!