The Blog

We’ve been featured!

This winter, the editors over at Diplomat Magazine contacted us to run a story covering the Foundation's mission and its principles. The timing could not have been better, as we prepared head down for our 10th annual volunteer trip to Peru. Though Diplomat's Spring...

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Volunteer trip 2019: A Review

Volunteer trip 2019: A Review

It always feels like a week in Pucallpa equates a handful of hours back home. It speeds by in motocart rides, dusty streets, children calling and jungle walks under banana trees. We open our eyes one morning and already it’s time to go. But behind us, like a dream,...

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Volunteer trip 2018: A day by day summary

Volunteer trip 2018: A day by day summary

March 4th, 2018 We’ve arrived (at last!) in the heat and humidity of Pucallpa, ready for the week ahead with excitement. For this year’s trip, a record-breaking number of 65 international volunteers have joined us. From England, France, Vancouver, Vermont, Montreal...

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Grant Enables Evaluation and Assessment of Pure Art Programs

In early May of this year I was awarded a scholarship by my Graduate School at the University of Southern California to complete a summer internship with the Pure Art Foundation. As a student of Public Policy, with an interest in international development, this was an...

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An Update on the One School For All Initiative

At the end of 2015, we received wonderful news that sisters Amalia & Guadalupe, sponsored through the One School for All Initiative, had graduated from university. Now in their early twenties, Amalia & Guadalupe have been with the Foundation since its...

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