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Bringing Faith, Hope, and Love to Peru

Our Mission

Welcome to Fe, Esperanza y Amor! We are a family founded  charity dedicated to bringing faith, hope, love, to so many of the less fortunate in some of the most impoverished conditions in the world!

One of our guides in our efforts would be the beautiful text of  MATTHEW 25:34-40 "For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me".

 Fe, Esperanza y Amor, has had the honor for over 16 years of visiting some of the most marginalized areas of our family's native land Peru. Hosting Christmas events for children and families, complete with toys, music, food baskets, clothes, school supplies and more! We also have entered some of the worst prisons with the privilege of spreading good news and hope!

At Fe Esperanza y Amor we believe  we all have a mission to help one another and we have felt called to this region.  we hope and pray as we try to spread a small seed, that you will partner with us and help as many of those in need as possible.

 

You can help with a kind donation, volunteering your time or donating items if you're in the Tampa Bay area. 

Our family has joined in full force with many friends and partnerships to provide amazing, loving Christmas events for the less fortunate. We’ve grown from serving dozens at a time, to several hundred at each event! Our organization is committed to grow the impact we can have on the less fortunate in a region forgotten by many. We dream of holding events for thousands of kids and families, providing more goods and services, as well as educational and vocational training. 

Fe, Esperanza y Amor began in the heart of our founder Silvia Arevalo in 2006. She was a newly converted Christian, who was seeking more than a typical church experience on Sundays. Looking to make an impact seeking, and desiring God’s will for her life, Sivia was called to Peru. Knowing many of the hardships of  Peru and contrasting with her life in America, she knew she wanted to help.  she felt the conviction to go back to the land she came from to serve as a testimony of all God had done for her life. She envisioned spending time and showing love to people that had been forgotten, and also giving tangible gifts to represent that love. 

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