Mike Safley first met Xeina in 2012. She comes from an extremely poor farming family in Yanque, near Casa Chapi. Xeina’s vibrant personality was evident as soon as Mike met her. Xeina attended Casa Chapi through the 6th grade and then traveled for two years with the Matsiko World Orphan Choir from 2014-16. After touring with the choir, Xeina became our first exchange student from Casa Chapi and moved to Oregon. She became part of Amanda and Vince VandenBosch’s family […]
Your kids are staying strong, thanks to your generous donations to monthly food deliveries. They are grateful for your love and support.
With your help, Women’s and Children’s Community Centers can open in the Sister Antonia Kitchens in Ichupampa and Yanque. The Centers will be managed by local women and offer a variety of services.
Casa Chapi students and their teachers safely visited together recently. Thank you for your supporting them through the challenges of COVID!
Quechua Benefit’s Peru Staff, led by Alejandro Tejeda, has worked hard throughout the pandemic to meet the needs of your Casa Chapi kids, their families, and communities.
You can find a gift for a special lady in your life and help women in Peru. Your support of our Mother’s Day Online Auction helps provides COVID relief for Quechua people.
In Ichupampa and Yanque, Sister Antonia’s love lives on Community Kitchens. With your help, the dream of new Women’s and Children’s Community Centers above the existing kitchens will become a reality.
Sister Antonia’s legacy lives on through your generous donations that make are making two Sister Antonia Community Kitchens possible.
After a year at home, your generosity has made it possible for some Casa Chapi high school girls to return to study in Arequipa.
Mike Safley’s friendship with world-renowned alpaca breeder Don Julio Barreda sparked the founding of Quechua Benefit. This year we celebrate 25 years of serving Don Julio’s people.