RAG Office Leeds University Union University Square Leeds LS2 9JZ

The Peru Project

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If you have a passion for working with children and want to support their education then why not get yourself out to Peru and teach English in local schools, contributing to economic development plans in the community and refurbishing SKIP’s community centre in El Porvenir.  During the weekends volunteers will be free to explore the local towns, enjoy some of the best surf in the world along Huanchaco’s beautiful beaches, visiting Inca and Mochica temples and trekking in stunning Huaraz, the second choice location for the Lord of the Rings set!


Trujillo and El Porvenir, Peru, South America


Group 1: 1st-29th July 2016

Group 2: 29th July- 26th August 2016


Minimum Fundraising:



SKIP (Supporting Kids in Peru)

SKIP believes that economically disadvantaged families have the capacity to be the principal agents of change in their own lives and communities. They offer holistic support to families focusing around two main themes: education, and social and economic sustainability. They work in partnership with families and empower them to be able to make positive decisions in their lives, in order to improve their current situation and provide the best possible opportunities for their children. Visit the charity’s website to find out more: http://www.skipperu.org/

For more information contact:

leedsrag.peru@gmail.com (alternatively projects@leedsrag.org.uk)

or like The Leeds RAG Peru Project on Facebook.

Registration Fee:


You must be a RAG member to participate in this project.




“Being part of the Peru project 2013 was an invaluable experience and one I will never forget! Teaching the impoverished children of El Porvenir wasn’t only enriching for me but also amazing, fun and an opportunity to practice teaching English as a foreign language. The weekend trips were amazing, especially trekking in the Andes – the views were breath-taking! I would love to do the project again next year and to see how our construction work and the English lessons have impacted the children.” Louisa Pielichaty, 2013 Participant

Want to get involved? Sign up here at http://www.leedsuniversityunion.org.uk/groups/rag/

Remember that there are limited places available for this once in a lifetime challenge!


Click here to read the Project Registration Terms and Conditions