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History of Past Projects

We have been traveling in Peru since 1999. During that time we have found many worthwhile projects help the poor people of that country. We only support projects we have direct contact and have personally scouted the needs of the project. We purchase the materials in person and we deliver the materials in person

Some of our past, and current projects in Peru include:

1. Building the Jack Wolff School for 350 children in the Amazon rain forest.

2. Supporting 80 kids in the jungle at the Puerto Ocopa Orphanage with new clothes, books and food items.

3. Helping 20 girls at the Chosica Girls School and Orphanage with clothes and books.

4. Planning an annual birthday party for 40 homeless kids who live on the streets of Iquitos and providing new clothes and a dinner party.

5. Supplying 100 books each for remote schools in the jungles or mountains.

PAC Tour Riders have raised over $200,000 for these projects over the past ten years.

Many of these projects are provided anonymously. The children are thankful, and we know we helped them, and that's enough credit. These are nondenominational projects. We support projects for all children of various faiths, without expecting anything in return.

If you would like to make a TAX Deductible Donation , send your check to:
 
First Presbyterian Church Global Outreach
P.O. Box 303
Sharon, WI 53585

Donations of $100 or more will receive a copy of our 41 minute DVD about our 300 mile adventure over the Andes Mountains to deliver food to the Puerto Ocopa Orphanage.

FPC Global Outreach is supporting these projects in Peru
Alessandra
Aracely's 2013 letter
Aracely background 2014
Aracely Arrives in U.S. 2016
Chosica Girls 2016
2016 Update Jack Wolff School
 
 
 

2016 Cycling Across Peru Information

 
 
 
Download Peru Daily Schedule
 
Download Detailed Information
 
Download Registration and Costs
 
Registration and Costs also details
What is Included and What is not included

The dawn of the new century has seen Lon spending his fall's in the country of Peru. He has grown to truly enjoy his time there, and has had and led many adventures.

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Past Peru Adventures