During the week beginning September 7th, Daniel’s goal was to run 42 kms and cycle 180 kms; all now succcessfully completed. See https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/DanielRevilla This was part of a company team effort covering 10,000 kms in the week, and his company Lloyds of London offered to match any donations made up to a Continue Reading
Thanks to all our friends and supporters who have made donations recently to help towards the ongoing costs of our work in Peru during the pandemic …and it’s not over yet! Far from it…but the children continue to live safely with us. So, a big thanks to all of you, including to all our Continue Reading
We’d already “lost” almost all of our own public fundraising initiatives this Summer so these individual initiatives have been crucial for the future of our work; so please give them your support. Thank you. They are all still open for donations! https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/katepedersen https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/ElizabethRuocco https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/LoisMorehen https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/DanielleAshburner And this bike ride, just Continue Reading
Project Peru’s “virtual 2020 Paris ride“ Children cycling for childrenTwo of Project Peru’s younger supporters [7 year old twins] who learned to ride their bikes in April this year have now completed a total of 100 miles each in July for real to get to a tally of 200 miles between Continue Reading
Updated in June 2020; the public event has now been postponed till next year. SO HAVE A LOOK AT THIS OPTION… A virtual 10k run Now virtually anyone could be a runner for Project Peru. Sign up for the virtual London 10k run by the end of July, nominate Project Peru Continue Reading
The ‘CHASQUI’ runners [as in the current ‘Project Peru’ logo, a design derived from Mochica pottery] were used as relay runners to deliver messages and goods throughout Peru. The Moche or Mochica culture prevailed in the northern coastal region of Peru from about 100 AD TO 800 AD. YOU TOO Continue Reading
177 miles in 13 days; 22 participants in all, and nearly half of them did the whole walk.
We’ve had sky dives over Dubai, Massachusetts and Essex, sky diving, landing safely and raising funds for us–gracias.
Make sure you don’t miss this ! It’s on every year in May Raising funds to support our work, Project Peru’s sponsored bike ride and stroll is for everyone including children and families. It follows the ‘Family Cycle Trail’ or a number of other trails that go through the Forestry Commission’s Alice Continue Reading