La Casa de mi Padre first began with the idea of one day becoming a self sustainable project, and this can only be possible through the creation of a micro-enterprise selling the various products produced by the women and children at the centre and in this way we would also be able to provide alternative employment for some of the women from the areas of Chasquipampa and Ovejuyo.

The profits gained from this micro-enterprise would be directed towards covering the costs of rent, electricity, water, gas, the Internet and a fixed telephone line in the centre, as well as the materials used for the crafts.

In the medium term, La Casa de mi Padre hopes to be able to generate enough resources to be able to keep on supporting young people and women in at risk situations through the classes and workshops on offer.


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Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.
— Corrie Ten Boom