Support local community organizations
The goal of this series is to share the intimate relationships and reverence for the Earth of communities across Peru to allow the audience to reconsider their own connection with Mother Nature. Below, you can find resources and opportunities to assist in ecological and cultural conservation across Peru.
Covid Relief effort in Iquitos
The Amazon region has been hit hard by Covid-19, our friends in Iquitos are leading an effort to provide food and medicine to the most vulnerable of the city (youth and elders). These populations have been struggling to survive due to lack of support from the government and the remoteness of where they live (little access to resources). It is crucial that they receive aid now.
non-profit social enterprise
threads of peru
Threads of Peru is a not-for-profit social enterprise that connects the world to handmade treasures of the Andes, helping to strengthen ancient craft techniques and empower artisans.
aid organisation (NGO)
Registered in both Switzerland and Peru, Porvenir Peru is an aid organisation (NGO) which supports the indigenous mountain people in the Andean region of Cusco.
Nature and Culture International
Contribute to Nature and Culture International to support their work to protect ecosystems and biodiversity, empower indigenous communities, and fight climate change.
APECA works with indigenous communities along the Amazon to address fundamental health and development. APECA's work includes public health training, midwife education, reforestation, clean water, and sanitation, in cooperation with local natural medicine practices.
Learn from the Inka Kenan Shipibo community in the Amazon by attending a retreat organized by The Ayahuasca Foundation.
Visit the floating islands of lake Titicaca and support the tourism business of the family of Luis, Uros Balsero.
Support the work of Expedition 5300 related to miner health at the La rinconada gold mine.
Share The Wave
Support ecological conservation through Share the Wave in Huanchaco, home of the Caballitos de totora.
Sacred Valley Salt
Sacred Valley Salt is collected in Peru's Sacred Valley of the Incas just as it has been for the past millennium - by hand. Every pouch of Sacred Valley Salt is made entirely by local, Peruvian owned and operated cooperatives and independent small businesses.