||Volunteer raffel buys
clothes for Cusco children Our
dedicated volunteers mounted a raffel on the streets of Cusco,
which netted enough to buy new clothes for every child.
| March 2005 - We are mourning the loss of Chris and Elizabeth
- No, they haven't died: just completed their 6 months with us and
moved on. Bruce
Peru will never be the same again. Thank you so much Beth and Chris!
| January 2005 - Our Centre in Cusco is off to
a great start - already two satellite centres in the poor barrios.
volunteers decorate our headquarters entrance, not far from the Plaza
Very poor children being
prepared to enter school for the first time.We have
given each centre a target of how many children we hope to prepare
and register for school by this December. Trujillo is on target.
Huaraz is optemistic.Waiting for word from Cajamarca and
Malabrigo. Total: 130 children
Our campaign: "DON'T FEEL
SORRY FOR STREET CHILDREN!" is beginning to pick up momentum in
centres where lots of international tourists are encountering Peru's
child laborers on a daily basis.The object of the
campaign is to recruit volunteers from the tourist population who
visit Peru each year,
Peruvian National Day Fiesta. National
Holiday we threw a lavish fiesta for our children, with gift
bearing participants from the Duke of Edinburugh Trust.
||Volunteer team for Bruce
Led by Rachael, from headquarters staff, they are from left
to Right: Rachael, Noeme and Lenhard. Soon to be joined by five
| Here our first Cusco directors, Chris & Elizabeth Saunders
approach original San Sebastian Satellite Centre, led by the
Governor of San Sebastian Provence. Econ. Rolandon Castro Chambi,
who is hosting one of our two Cusco projects.. |
| This is how we help the very poorest children of Cuzco to
become better nourished, clothed, medicated and most importantly: