In collaboration with our scholarship students, we build and renovate homes that are not only bigger, they are more structurally sound and safe. Through our efforts, families receive more dignified housing that not only benefits them and their children, but also the community.
We ensure that every person has a place to call home, giving stability and security.
By encouraging close-knit neighborhoods, we strengthen the fabric of society and enable collective progress.
We give families the tools they need to maintain their homes and build sustainable futures.
We believe that every individual deserves a dignified living space that promotes well-being and self-worth.
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I am very grateful to Make a Miracle for all the support provided over these years, both in my studies and personally. I am also very thankful for the people I have been able to meet. The impact that Make a Miracle has left on me, my family, and all the people who join this beautiful family has been very significant. Currently, I am working in what I love the most, and this would not have been possible without all the support received from Make a Miracle.
Make a Miracle was a significant event in my life. Getting to experience what it means to give a little of yourself to others and have it returned to you in the same way, multiplied by a thousand, is something magnificent. Thanks to this, I can now support my family and fulfill my dreams.
I am very grateful for the opportunity that Make a Miracle is giving me; not only the scholarship, but getting to know wonderful people, people that you can really trust and who give good life advice. Make a Miracle is not only an organization, we are a team, a family and now I see that many good things exist in the world. I have heard many stories of overcoming and survival from the people who make up this large family. It fills me with many emotions and I see that I really share something in common with my companions: a desire to get ahead, to help your family and neighbors, with the objective of bringing out a happiness that comes from the depths of our hearts.
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From Rocks to Toys and Christmas Joy
December 26, 2021
First of all, I want to thank God for allowing me to bring joy to my childhood community this Christmas season in Acobamba, Huancavelica (Huancavelica is a farming region that is considered the most impoverished area in Peru where the majority of residents are indigenous and speak the native language of Quechua. It is a 15 hours drive from Lima with windy roads that are in terrible condition). Being there overflowed my heart with joy and made me recall my days as a kid.
Meet Sheriff Bobby: Guardian of our Wellness Center
August 4, 2021
If you’ve ever been to San Juan de Lurigancho, Peru, you probably noticed the huge issue that we have with stray dogs and cats roaming the streets. As someone who lives here and as an animal lover, it’s hard to not bring every single one back to my two bedroom apartment. This was particularly true for a dog I met while building our Wellness Center in San Antonio de Padua.
An Everyday Superhero: Part 3 (Meet Rachel Canouse)
July 3, 2021
Right now I would like to brag about my middle daughter, Rachel Canouse. Rachel went to South Africa on a team trip when she was 12 years old. She absolutely fell in love with mission work. The next year I decided to try out mission work as well, and joined a trip to Peru with my 3 daughters, Casey, Rachel and Elise. It was much closer than South Africa and also more affordable.