Hogar de Esperanza relies on funds donated by churches, social groups, businesses, organizations and individuals who have a heart to help the abandoned children of Peru. Please consider helping our ministry in one of the following ways:
Financial contributions – You can help the well being of a child directly by contributing to the cost of a child’s educational, health, food and housing needs.
- Corporate and private sponsors
- Monthly donations
- Tuition payment for the children’s education
Financial donations are tax deductible. Please refer to our our Donate page.
Gift contributions – Our needs for gifts change on a regular basis. However, there are items like specific school supplies, shoes for all children and clothing for teenagers that are ongoing needs. We send supplies with upcoming volunteers or groups who may be visiting the orphanage in the upcoming months. Please contact us for specific needs.
- An additional social worker
- An additional speech therapist
- A trained night guard
- A driver/gardener
- Fixing broken glass door in the capilla (chapel) and broken window in casitas
- Material to finish the new pantry
- Video Projector
- Educational materials in Spanish (especially for special needs kids)
- Laptop computers
- DVD players
- New couches
- Cushions for the casitias
- Ink for printers – HP 21 or 27 black, HP 22 color, Lexmark 17 black and Lexmark 27 color
- Office supplies
- School supplies – thin marker sets of 12, large dry erase markers (no chisel) in red, blue and black, personal pencil sharpeners, masking tape 1″ wide, clear packing tape, boxes of pink erasers, thick permanent markers in black and blue, thin permanent markers in black and blue, bottles of school glue, glue sticks, copy paper in bright colors, regular size craft sticks, children’s scissors, red colored pencils and box sets of colored pencils.
- Epson Picturemate Photo Cartridges T5846
- 4×6 glossy photo paper
- Brother P-Touch Label Tape TZ231
“I had an amazing experience that words cannot do justice to, and if the opportunity ever arises again, I will return in a heartbeat.” — Renita Deonarain, USA