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Robin Hood Project

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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: To improve the welfare of the children of Máncora, Peru through education; covering both the academic as well as social and emotional development through a 2 year after school development program for 10 to 12 year old.

Results: We have begun our 4th year at Robin hood and have now introduced Dental care as part of the main objectives. We have also kicked off Robin Hood Spanish School, with the main aim being to make our charity self-sustainable

Target demographics: Target children for underprivileged families in Mancora, Peru.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 50 children

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Board Member

Rating: 5

I have worked in Robin Hood project since its very begining. I was in charge of the coordination to make the project work in the last 4 years. Robin Hood has an amazing team, all of us share the same idea, work for kids and help them improve their learning skills as well as enjoy their childhood, knowing that they live in a difficult enviroment.
Working for Robin Hood project was a pleasure and made me grow as a human being.
I invite you to participate with us,there are several ways to help. You'll be very welcome!


Board Member

Rating: 5

I have had the pleasure of seeing Robin Hood grow from a passing idea to a dynamic and active project that offers specific educational programs to targeted young people in Mancora, Peru. The amazing children in Mancora were the inspiration one woman needed, and the Robin Hood Project began.
From an educational perspective, in addition to developing the literacy and numeracy ability of the children, the project places a great emphasis on the social and emotional development of the young people. In a town like Mancora, such education is fundamental to the children in building self esteem, self image and value in the community.
Being involved in the curriculum development of the Robin Hood Project has been an amazing experience and I feel I have as much to gain from the children and they will gain from the project.