Since we are aware of that many highland villagers do not get a work allowing them to cover their life expenses, we make efforts to provide them the resources to alleviate/better the conditions of their lives. For instance, contributing them for housing, proper nutrition, etc.
Although, funds for them are necessary, there is also another option of what can be donate. It means clothes, shoes for adult as well children or school supplies. These can be send to the following address:
Responsible People Foundation
Bank transfer or Western Union
Bank´s name: Banco de Credito
Bank account number: 285-21647033-1-55
SWIFT code: BCPLPEPL
Address: Av. El Sol 189
Owner of the account: Edwin Edgar Caviedes Laura
Passport number: 42379751
Position: Operation Manager
Foundation: Responsible People
(Please note: Peru does not use post codes.)
In case you like to help with a financial aid and help to provide new life opportunities, please click below on “Donate Now”.
San Francisco Convent Museum and Catacombs of Lima
31 August 2023
The church of San Francisco Asís in the city of Lima is one of the most important and most visited religious temples in all of Peru. It is made up of the churches of San Francisco, La Soledad and El Milagro, which are made under baroque architecture of great beauty. Likewise, inside there are fine works and works of art of great historical and economic value. However, what is ...« read more »
Lake Zungarococha, a large ecosystem of the low jungle of Iquitos
24 August 2023
With its dark waters and surrounded by a varied ecosystem very characteristic of the low jungle, we find Lake Zungarococha, located on the right bank of the Nanay River, a tributary of the Amazon River, in the Loreto region.
Its name originates from the time when there was an abundance of "zúngaro" fish in the place, to whose name the first settlers joined the word "cocha" or lake, naming it ...« read more »
Pacaya Samiria National Reserve: Why is it one of the most biodiverse areas in the world?
17 August 2023
Did you know that more than 60% of the Peruvian territory is made up of jungle? For this reason, when we think about visiting the Amazon, it can be difficult for us to choose the destination that we would like to visit the most. To help you a little with your decision, today we are going to tell you about one of the most exciting destinations in Iquitos and ...« read more »
The park of legends in Lima
10 August 2023
The Legends Park is the oldest and largest zoo in the city of Lima. The Park is located in the district of San Miguel and in addition to having a zoo, it also has an archeology area, a botany area, and offers courses and workshops.
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Chan Chan Citadel in Trujillo
28 July 2023
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, better known as UNESCO, finally gave Chan Chan the visibility it deserved: the pre-Columbian adobe city was included in the World Heritage List. Thus, the history of the largest mud citadel in Latin America began to be claimed, although it began a long, long time ago.
Between the years 600 and 700, on the northern coast of Peru, models of cities arose ...« read more »