Organization

Quechua Benefit is an organization dedicated to helping the Quechua people in the highlands of Peru. We deliver medical, dental and optical care; distribute warm clothing; provide shelter, food, and sociological services wit[more]

Quechua Benefit is incorporated as a 501(3) C corporation that is recognized as a tax advantage charitable organization (31-1682324) by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Quechua Benefit is also registered as a tax free char[more]

Quechua Benefit currently delivers medical, optical and dental missions to more than 40 small communities, most with populations of less than 10,000. In addition, we support 3 orphanages/boarding schools and 2 programs that f[more]

Quechua Benefit currently has several sources of income: 1) Alpaca auctions, 2) Fundraising events at alpaca shows, 3) Donations by individuals 4) Donations from vendors on Quechua Benefits on line Alpaca Store 5) Grants and [more]

Quechua Benefit Canada Association is pending  incorporation in Canada as a Canadian Corporation.  The registered business number is 812043933RC0001 and the Certificate of Incorporation number is 848743-0. [more]

Quechua Benefit Office in Peru

Quechua Benefit has opened an office one block off the main square in downtown Arequipa. The address is: Quechua Benefit Peru Calle Santa Catalina 115 Of. 10 Cercado, Arequipa, Peru. This office will serve as a perman[more]

Quechua Benefit Ambassador Program

Quechua Benefit has been on the ground in Peru since 1996, covering the highlands from Arequipa to the Colca Valley, Puno to Macusani, and points in between. The charity operates in more than 40 pueblos and is connected to ma[more]

Mission. The mission of the corporation is to provide goods and services such as dental care, clothing, medicine, shelter, food and sociological services to the Quechua population living in the Peruvian highland regions of t[more]

The mission of the corporation is to provide goods and services such as dental care, clothing, medicine, shelter, food and sociological services to the Quechua population living in the Peruvian highland regions of the Andes [more]

Logos

This page contains the logos for Quechua Benefit and Casa Chapi for public use. [more]

History
History

Quechua Benefit began in 1996 with a simple request. Don Julio Barreda, a famous Peruvian alpaca breeder, asked if alpaca breeders in the United States could h[more]

Casa Chapi – The Model

In Quechua, chapi means “here” and in Spanish casa means “home.” All too often small children in Peru have no home. Quechua Benefit aims[more]

What We Do

Months of preparation are made in advance of each Quechua Benefit trip. Fueled by generous donations from alpaca breeders across the U.S., Quechua Benefit dire[more]

Founding Inspiration

Quechua Benefit was created from a simple request by  Don Julio Barreda and is a charity dedicated to the children of this extreme land. Don Julio Barreda  Do[more]

Quechua Benefit intends to continue the annual funding of the dental program, medical and optical missions. The Charity has also taken financial responsibility [more]

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