Thank you for your generous gifts that are providing new clothes for your Casa Chapi kids while they learn at home.
The Latest On: Casa Chapi
Each of your Casa Chap students is special. When we found out that Janeth couldn’t access virtual learning at her home, Alejandro went the extra miles to take her to her sister’s home where she could continue her schooling.
Since the Peru Tour in 2018, German alpaca breeders Madeleine Fortmann and Patrick Budde have become committed to Quechua Benefit’s mission to break the cycle of poverty for the Quechua people. Thank you, Madeleine and Patrick!
Covid-19 is hitting Peru hard, but thanks to you, Quechua Benefit’s Peru Staff is persevering to deliver what our students need to thrive and continue learning. Now they can stay connected to their teachers with new cellphones!
Thanks to your support, our Quechua Benefit Peru nutritionist is traveling to care for our Casa Chapi children who remain quarantined at home. Treating anemia and parasites is keeping them healthy while they learn at home.
Our Casa Chapi graduates move on to secondary school in Yanahuara, a suburb of Arequipa. You can meet our students and read their stories here.
Thank you for providing food and encouragement to our Casa Chapi families in the remote villages of the highlands. While Peru is shut down due to the coronavirus, your generosity is making all the difference.
We asked you to provide food staples for our Casa Chapi families, and you gave generously! Grateful families are receiving hope and encouragement as well as needed rice and beans from you.
Casa Chapi students can now participate in virtual learning. Your generosity is making it possible for our Quechua Benefit staff in Peru to stay connected to our students.
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.