We are a NGO in Trujillo, Peru called Peru Vivential.We help out two local schools and a dog shelter, by providing school materials for the children, and finding volunteers from all over the world to help teach the classes. As the new school year has started in March, we are very short on numbers of volunteers and money to provide materials for the students. For each student we provide a back pack with notebooks, color pencil, pens, pencils, erasers, and books, and Apart from the materials we give the children, we prepare the worksheets, teaching materials for the volunteers and the teachers.
Currently as part of Peru Vivential, the team of volunteers is teaming up to create this campaign to raise funds for this NGO. Apart from the materials we would be able to provide through this crowdfund, this will be used to help this marvolous NGO that helps out 3 schools, Colegio Fatima, Colegio Chanchan, Colegio Huanchaquito.
In Peru, the public education system does not have an English system, therefore Peru Vivential helps out by giving constant English classes for the schools, providing the English Education that they lack. We (Peru Vivential) have been working with these schools for numerous years now and it is just amazing to see how the students have learned, looking at the sixth graders of the school. Threfore, we are really hoping to raise enough money to supply the students so that they have the opportunity to learn, and the freedom, power to draw their own futures. In order to start with future projects to create a better environment, we need the initial fund and volunteers to start the new school year, especially with a bigger vision this year (four schools if we get enough funds and volunteers
Every small donation will be helpful, any thoughts and ideas, questions, supports, as well.
For the children to be able to access education, and for them to have a chance to draw their own future, we ask for your help.
We are also looking or constant volunteers, and would be amazing to get your help.
The NGO website :http://www.peruvivential.org/EN/index.html