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Are you looking for a way to help Quechua Benefit? You, or someone you know, may be eligible to make a Qualified Charitable Contribution from your traditional IRA(s).
Thanks to you, Marjorie will get to have her ear surgery. She loves wearing her pink glasses, seeing with her perfect eyes, and being with her friends at Casa Chapi.
Quechua Benefit was recently recognized for our transparency with a Gold Seal on our GuideStar Nonprofit Profile!
Charitable giving is a joy when the donor knows their intent is fulfilled and their money is spent wisely. One of the most closely followed measures of a charities quality ranking is the percent of money the charity spends on overhead verses how much of the donors money goes directly to programs for the people they serve.
Most people have generous hearts but when it comes to charitable giving their mind can play tricks on them. Scientists have studied these mistakes and given them names: 1) The Martyrdom Effect and 2) The Unexpected Joy of Giving.
Giving can do so much good. The more time you take to decide on your charity of choice the more good you will do. The following list of do’s and don’ts will surely make your charitable dollars go farther.
The other path is paved with the footprints of people with good hearts from around the world. People simply motivated by their own personal faith, convictions, goodwill and charity. The other path is one devoid of labels, numbers, outcomes, miles traveled or material accomplishment. It is a simple spiritual journey that has led Quechua Benefit sponsors to do whatever good they may do. We need each of you no matter which road you take.
Sister Antonia, provided a spiritual example for the charities work that has inspired our volunteers and given guidance to our interactions with the Quechua people. Quechua Benefit will do well by learning from her life.
Quechua Benefit’s first medical mission and their largest mission to date served more than 2000 patients.