Independent tour operator Perú InsideOut has launched a new partnership with Arequipa-based educational charity Put Them First. The initiative is aimed at helping meet the needs of local children, and to raise funds to assist in improving their education and nutrition. To achieve this, Perú InsideOut will work closely with Put Them First to regularly donate books, clothes, school supplies and human resources. In addition, the tour operator will raise awareness of the needs of this community among its clients.
Roberto D’Amico, Owner of Perú InsideOut, said: “We believe passionately that as travellers we have a responsibility to support the local communities and people that kindly welcome us into their lives and homes, and who share their culture with us. For this reason, we are committed to continue our support for children’s educational charity Put Them First. Thank you to all Perú InsideOut clients who have supported this worthy cause!”
Commenting on the partnership, Emma Doherty, Co-Founder and Director, said: “We are extremely grateful to Perú InsideOut for partnering with us and for supporting our projects and the children of Put Them First. Thank you again to the founder, staff, and clients of Perú InsideOut for helping the children of Put Them First!”
For more information, contact:
- Roberto D’Amico: Perú InsideOut / firstname.lastname@example.org / 07827752096
- Emma Doherty: Put Them First contact / email@example.com /
NOTES FOR EDITORS
- Perú InsideOut is a Peruvian tour operator owned and run by Europeans, expert in organising escorted tours in Southern Peru. To find out more about the Perú InsideOut offering, visit www.peruinsideout.com .
- Put Them First is a UK-registered charity (registration number, 1148282) based in Arequipa, Peru. Put Them First promotes the educational advancement and well-being of children living in impoverished areas of the world. They encourage and globally promote volunteers to support the children scholastically, and raise funds to assist with their nutrition. To learn more about the communities and children supported by Put Them First, visit www.putthemfirst.org .