Ideas for Christmas? For you? Or can you find us new outlets for our Peruvian crafts … whether in existing crafts markets or by arranging a sale among your friends? Or if you see items you would like on our website do contact us to check availability. Contact us on Continue Reading
A Pachamanca is a traditional Peruvian method of cooking, based on baking food with the aid of hot stones or bricks usually buried in the ground. A fire is lit next to the stones, the food is placed near the hot stones, then covered with earth. The word Pachamanca comes Continue Reading
El Niño Fish and birds pictures taken from Chimu pottery “This phenomenon is the result of a warming of the water in the eastern Pacific Ocean. It takes place on a periodic basis, and its effects are to reduce the fish catch as the normally abundant supply of fish migrates Continue Reading
Looking out for something different for the new school year? We have held many “Peru Days” in schools…or schools have ‘adopted’ us for a term or a year, or have linked Peru to a programme of activities in the national curriculum, or have just held a ‘one-off’ charity day in Continue Reading
If you are planning to trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu or one of the other recommended treks such as the Salkantay trek or the Lares trek why not try to raise some funds through sponsorship to support Peruvian children and to help us with our work in Peru? See Continue Reading
This is still ‘work in progress’, but from time to time we have funds to improve this facility and have the funds to add new features such as ‘balance’ beams, stepping (or jumping!) stones, a climbing wall and vaults to our play area at the refuge, thanks to some sterling Continue Reading
It’s amazing the difference a cake can make to the lives of children trapped in the circle of poverty. One cake raffled, sold, or auctioned for us each Christmas…along with other ingenious ways of using a cake to trigger donations…means that we will be able to afford to send one Continue Reading
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Agua y seguridad We have enjoyed our new drinking water fountain which has been making a huge difference to the heath and well-being of the children in our refuge, and their energy levels.
Thanks to all our supporters over the years who have donated or paid for items for our annual container, or helped with its wrapping and packing and with its delivery both by road and by sea and in so many other ways. This provides a vital suppport for our work Continue Reading
We’ve had sky dives over Dubai, Massachusetts and Essex, sky diving, landing safely and raising funds for us–gracias.
Why not give this a whirl? It won’t cost you anything! Help PROJECT PERU. Just by shopping online. Shop with over 4,300 of your favourite stores and raise a donation for PROJECT PERU – all without costing you a penny more. Get started raising money for PROJECT PERU today. Also Continue Reading
Thinking of some positive volunteering? Contact us: email@example.com Build in the desert shanty towns, working alongside skilled local builders, or join in our other community projects. Raise sponsorship by trekking the Inca trail…we can help you organize this too. Also see http://www.ottsworld.com/blogs/volunteering-in-lima-peru-2/\\
One of our mottos is Casa Hogar y Seguridad [broadly meaning Shelter and Safety] and we take this very seriously; but it costs us just to fulfil all our minimum obligations, and we do our best to have the highest standards. So, our dramatic fire drills for staff and older Continue Reading
Italian immigrants to South America brought this special cake with them, and it has become a favourite part of Christmas celebrations throughout Latin America, traditionally enjoyed with hot chocolate. So it is an important part of our activities in and around the refuge at Christmas time. Panettone in Italian [called Continue Reading