Your provision of food, schoolbooks and anemia treatment is making all the difference for your Casa Chapi students who are quarantined at home due to Covid-19. Thank you for your love and support!
The Latest On: Volunteer
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.
We’re celebrating three years of your love and generosity! The reconstructed “Madre Antonia Comedor” in Ichumpampa is serving more than 100,000 meals a year thanks to your kindness.
“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 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.
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!
Whatever your expertise, you can be like Debra Parcheta. She is a database designer who is making a lasting impact. Recently Debra volunteered with Quechua Benefit in Peru and used her expertise to assist with our anemia prevention campaign.
In this issue, see how your $1.00 donation to our anemia prevention campaigns is multiplied. Thanks to you, our generous donors, thousands of people are becoming healthier. We are also grateful for our great volunteers who put their varied skills to use in fulfilling our mission in Peru.
Dale Cantwell has been a valuable member of Quechua Benefit’s team for years. Now, as Executive Director, he is providing leadership to take us into the future.
Trinity Church United Methodist in Kendallville, Indiana, decided to explore a mission trip. They asked Mike Safley, “What can we do for Quechua Benefit?” He had an idea. They could help students broaden their horizons. It sounded like a dream mission to them.