The Children of Peru Foundation is actively launching fundraising campaigns to fund its grants. Our campaigns are generally attached to a specific project that we have developed with a charitable organization in Peru. We want to have clear and specific projects so that our donors can see where their donation is going and how it is being used.

Since inception in 2006, and as of 2019, we have made more than a million dollars in grants! Yes: more than $1,000,000.00 in grants! We are very proud of that achievement and want to thank all our donors and runners without whom it would not have been possible.

Check below for more information on our current four partners. We are very  proud to be associated with them and of the work we have been able to do over the years. 

The Samusocial Peru was created to meet the medical, psychological and social needs of those excluded from society (hospitals, psychiatric hospitals and shelters).

MMFC is a US based 501(c)3 charity dedicated to providing free quality surgical and dental services to poor and under-privileged children in various countries throughout the world.

Amantani works to defend the rights of indigenous children and young people in the Peruvian Andes and facilitate access to high-quality education and fair employment.

Kantaya helps to change lives, one child at a time. We motivate children to dream of and achieve better futures. We believe in opportunities created through education.

On top of our current four partners, we have been working with groups like EnsenaPeru where we have financed several teachers in the city of Arequipa over a few years, Manos Unidas in Cuzco with several grants helping their special needs children programs, as well as Surgeons of Hope with a mission of surgeons to Lima to provide free heart surgeries. More recently we started to work with HOOP Peru with a small medical grant.

We will take all the necessary measures to make sure that funds are effectively used as agreed and that the projects follow their stated courses.