that a single action can make a difference in a community
and that collective action can greatly impact our world.
In 2018, Cristian Johnston returned to the Aldea Home for Children orphanage --- his home before his adoption in 2000 --- to began a personal quest to enrich the lives of children at the orphanage. The Peruvian Outreach Project (POP) was soon launched and was supported and encouraged by the Orchard Park Friends Meeting in Batavia, NY. Positive results from the work done by Cristian and others at the Aldea orphanage led to the incorporation of the Peruvian Outreach Project (POP) as a non-profit organization in New York State on 2/25/2020 and now holds 501(3)(c) status. Since 1918 POP has upgraded and enhanced Aldea services in multiple ways.
In 2022, POP continues to grow by establishing the Hogar Hermilinda home. The Hogar Herminlinda home supports up to six college-age women that require room, board, and tuition help to complete college or technical school degrees.
Peruvian Outreach President Cristian Johnston and son prepare for the POP sponsored 2021 Christmas party at Aldea.
Our Mission at The Peruvian Outreach Project is hope and compassion through work that enhances the lives of others.
Through advocacy, partnerships, and outreach activities, the Peruvian Outreach Project (POP) works to enrich the lives of children and young adults living in and near the Aldea Home for Children and the Hogar Hermalinda home for young college women in the San Martin Department of Peru.
Every person can take action to make a change for good.
Your contribution makes a difference in the lives of
50 children living at Aldea orphanage and advances our work to renovate, open, and manage
Hogar Hermelinda, a residential and educational support home for young women.
Thank you! ~ POP
We are a recognized 501(c) (3) non profit corporation. Donations to POP are tax deductible.
Checks to POP may be made out to:
Peruvian Outreach Project, Inc.
P.O. Box #234
East Pembroke, NY 14056