These elderly Alpaca Breeders home was destroyed
by the recent Earthquake in Ichupampa.
Quechua Benefit has identified a major project in the center of Ichupampa to rebuild the Community Kitchen which was destroyed by the Earth Quake. The Mayor asked if we could take responsibility for the financing and construction of the building. This will allow the town to centralize the emergency feeding operations which are currently in the open air on the four corners of the square.
This project will be rebuilt on the site of the previous kitchen which was destroyed.
We hope to have it open by Christmas.
The new project which will serve the community during reconstruction, over the next three years, and then function as a permanent kitchen into the future for the elderly and poorest school children. Upon completion the kitchen will be operated by the local Community Association for the Elderly.
The Community Kitchen will be dedicated in honor of
Sister Antonia Kayser
7/17/1924 to 8/7/2010
If you would like more information about how you might participate in the project you can contact Amanda VandenBosch at (831) 809 1147 or Dale Cantwell at (303) 651 0785 or Mike Safley at (503) 703 6020