Children of Lima

Saving lives. Bringing hope. Together.

OUR MISSION

We raise funds and deliver sustainable projects to provide children and their families of Lima’s poorest pueblos jóvenes with basic infrastructure, water, safety and development opportunities while respecting their culture and traditions. We do this together with the communities, with a small team of highly motivated people in the field and through a network of local and international volunteers.

Help the Children

Our projects depend entirely on the donations we receive. We guarantee that at least 95% of the money we receive is used in the field.

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OUR FOCUS AREAS

Education

We support little schools and initiatives that help prepare the children for a better future through education.

Safety

We help communities in their efforts to provide an environment that is a safe as possible for the children.

Water & Food

We look for ways to provide children and their families with access to water and basic amenities.

Provide a helping hand

We can’t make it alone. We need your help. A small effort makes a big difference.

SOME PROJECTS

Wawawasis

Soup kitchen

School renovation

Share your expertise

Some of our volunteers have amazing skills and expertise that they happily share for the benefit of the children and the communities that we help. Our friend Bruno Rouffaer wrote a nice book on self-awareness in times of COVID-19 pandemic, a must-read during these difficult times. He now made his book freely available for our supporters!

self-awareness cover

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