How to make a donation to Project Peru that doesn't cost you a penny

Many on-line suppliers will make a donation to Project Peru if you choose to nominate us as the charity to support with your purchase.

See https://www.charitychoice.co.uk/project-peru-5466/news/how-to-make-a-donation-that-doesnt-cost-you-a-penny

Posted on 14 February 2019 and filed under Opportunities

A fresh lick of paint

An enthusiastic team of volunteers from a major UK company working in Lima, several of whom are regular visitors to our refuge anyway, had an 'awayday' before Christmas 2018, painting new lines for our football and basketball pitches, as well as painting the goalposts, the volley-ball posts, renewing the nets, and repainting the basketball 'backboards' and the seating terraces.

One comment from the team: 'Project Peru has done so much for these young people, so we're glad to help in some way. We all enjoy being part of something positive and working with people full of enthusiasm.'

To see a few photos go to https://www.charitychoice.co.uk/project-peru-5466/news/a-fresh-lick-of-paint

The dimensions of the whole sports pitch are 30 metres x 18 metres; this construction was originally funded and built from scratch by a team of students from the UK Universities Air Squadrons in July-August 2005, as can be seen in progress here...

To see more on the development of our land over the years go to http://projectperu.org.uk/our-work/the-land-and-buildings-at-the-refuge.htm

Posted on 10 February 2019 and filed under News from Peru

A fresh crop of fruit and veg

Our kitchen garden is producing amazing quantities of delicious cherry tomatoes, peaches, lettuce, potatoes and more..and the children love helping to pick them and bring them back to the refuge...not to mention eating them! Do see

https://www.charitychoice.co.uk/project-peru-5466/news/a-fresh-crop-of-fruit-and-veg

also http://projectperu.org.uk/our-work/a-secret-garden-in-the-shanty-towns.htm

Posted on 09 February 2019 and filed under News from Peru