As we near the end of 2021, we say THANK YOU to you for continuing to support women and children in Peru! Your love and generosity is giving them hope for a brighter 2022.
The Latest On: Ichupampa
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.
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.
Despite the challenges, you made a difference in the lives of women and children in Peru during 2020. Thank you for all you helped us accomplish!
The Madre Antonia Community Kitchen was officially inaugurated on March 27th in a joyful community celebration. It will provide a minimum of 108,000 hot meals a year. We are extremely grateful for your efforts to make this possible and bring back a source of stability for this small community in the Colca Valley.
We are happy to report that Ichupampa is rising from the rubble left by an earthquake in August 2016. Thanks to you, the Sister Antonia Memorial Kitchen in Ichupampa is nearing completion. The Quechua Benefit team was onsite last week, and the building will be up and running no later than March 15th.
Construction has been progressing extremely well on the Sister Antonia Community Kitchen in Ichupampa. The crews got the foundations in, the first floor walls up, and the second floor poured in record time. We are currently ahead of schedule.
Construction started last week with the demolition and removal of the existing building. This week the foundations are being dug. Over the next 16 weeks, you will see the construction rise up. We are targeting a mid-March completion.
Nonprofits often report on their activities by quantifying the results in mathematical terms, but these numbers do not begin to describe the work that hundreds of loving volunteers and generous donors do to create the math. The most recent trip to Peru by a Quechua Benefit team is a case in point – the story of people moving small mountains to make an immediate difference in people’s lives.