In The News
Supporting Organizations
Partnering Organizations
Adoption Organizations and Resources
Adoption Blogs
Long Term Volunteer Blogs
Mission Trips

In The News

Albergue hogar de Esperanza cumple 10 años ayudando a niños huérfanos y abandonados

Hogar de Esperanza: 10 Years Protecting Homeless Children

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Supporting Organizations

Partnering Organizations

Orphanos is a 100% pass-through organization, meaning that 100% of every dollar that comes through the foundation goes directly to the purpose for which it was intended. We are very grateful for those donations which come designated for the children, but we are also grateful for those donations that come to us designated for our administrative expenses. Those donors are glad to know according to our 2011 IRS Form 990 tax return, our actual administrative overhead to run the organization was a low 9% (Compare that to other major organizations which is about 17% and they charge that fee to every donation!).

Pioneers Canada
Pioneers Canada is an evangelical missions organization, seeks to mobilize teams to glorify God among unreached peoples by initiating church planting movements in partnership with local churches. Sprint-Pioneers Ministries Inc .is a Canadian registered charitable organization
Charity Registration #: 11916 0901 RR0001

TEN is a non-profit, 501c3, Mission Organization devoted to sharing the truth and hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with all people in every nation.

Adoption Organizations and Resources

Villa HopeVilla Hope is an international adoption agency based in Alabama, U.S.A. which has successfully completed many adoptions of Hogar de Esperanza children.

Peru’s National Secretary of Adoption

Alva & Baldassari, Attorneys at LawRaúl Alva & María Elena Baldassari are Attorneys at Law that have dedicated the last 35 years of their lives to representing and advising families on international adoptions and matters of civil and family law in Peru.

Peru AdoptYahoo Peru Adoption support group. An e-mail list for people who are interested in adoptions from Peru.

Adoption Blogs

Johnson Family Adoption Facebook PageJohnson Family Adoption Journey to Lima, Peru

Rummery Family Adoption BlogRummery Adoption

Luedecke Family Adoption of Arnold BlogOur Journey

Hanson Family BlogThe Hansons
After spending a year (Sept 07-08) volunteering with Hogar de Esperanza orphanage in Trujillo, Peru, we have returned to our community in the mountains of Colorado and are in the process of adopting.

Brooks Family Adoption BlogAdventures in Adopting from Peru

Hubbard Family Adoption BlogLos Ninos Saavedra-Hubbard

Long Term Volunteer Blogs

Elizabeth Bayly’s BlogA Little Time at the Home of Hope

Courtney and David’s BlogBusscher Travels… Stories from Abroad

Stephanie Garcia’s BlogPODEROSA

Jo’s BlogJoJo vs Peru

Laura’s Bloga single step

Ashley’s BlogTrujillo, Peru

Kelly Roth’s BlogPERUvin’ God’s Love

Harrison and Leah Hicks’ BlogHickstravel’s Weblog

Kristi Scott’s Blogbold in broken places

Whitney Munn’s Blogwhitney christine

Courtney Chappuis’ BlogCourtney in Peru

Elizabeth Hyatt’s BlogHyatt Place
…grace glides on blistered feet.


Nicole Hansen’s BlogAN EXPERIENCE

Lena’s Blog (in Russian)

John and Lori Foster’s BlogStrikes and Gutters
thoughts from John and Lori

Susanna Davenport’s BlogWayfarer’s Lane
I run in the path of your commands, for you have set my heart free. Psalm 119:32

Matt Bednarsky’s BlogOne Young Man’s Yestermorrows
Adventures of a twenty-something

Samantha Smith’s BlogStories From Peru

Joel and Robyn Hanson’s BlogThe Hansons
After spending a year (Sept 07-08) volunteering with Hogar de Esperanza orphanage in Trujillo, Peru, we have returned to our community in the mountains of Colorado and are in the process of adopting.

Laura Caron’s BlogEyes Wide Open…
“There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million.”

Lindsey Campbell’s BlogFollowing His Footprints

Karl Greden’s BlogMinnesota to Peru

Adam and Kris Runyan’s Blog – “A hundred years from now, it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the car I drove. But the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child.”

Amy’s BlogJourney with God’s Precious Lambs
This is all about my journey to Trujillo, Peru, at Hogar de Esperanza…the orphanage God has sent me to. I am training under them and teaching English to the little ones!

Janie Helm’s Blog Janie’s Journal
Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Philippians 4:8

Mission Trips

Windsor Road Christian Church Peru Mission Trip – January 2012 Peru Trip
Windsor Road Christian Church Peru Mission Trip – 2009
Windsor Road Christian Church Peru Mission Trip – Facebook page

“From the first time you meet the children at Hogar de Esperanza, your heart will be knit together in love for this ministry.” — John and Anne Lloyd, USA

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