In search of a decent life for the poor

We are aware of the needs of many poor people, and just as we do our best to enrich them spiritually, we also understand that we must help them materially. We present here several projects through which we help our poor to improve their quality of life.


Fiscal certification

Dear Friends, thank you for your generosity in thinking of sending us a donation in order to support our evangelization efforts. We want you to be aware that your donations via PayPal and DonorBox reach out to an Italian Bank account, from which are sent out directly to Peru. In Italy we own a tax-exempt status as we are a non-profit organization. In case you wanted to deduct the amount given to us from what you owe in taxes you could ask us. We could provide a tax-exempt status statement that includes your donation, but please consider that this would be valid in Italy, maybe in Europe, probably not elsewhere. In such case we would invite to check about the validity of such statement in your own country and, if not, to donate via check of bank transfer to our English or American Bank account listed below.

Pay Pal

You may donate through PayPal


Bank transfer

Bank name: Co-operative Bank

Account name: Missionary Servants of the Poor TW

Sort Code: 08 92 99 Account:65441594

(Registered UK Charity number:1134707)

God came to our aid

"In the midst of her deep pain, she gave the life of her daughter to God"

Lisbeth Marisol Sagua (mamá Liz)


“My parents were poor and had no resources. They sought help and found it in the Movement.”

Nicanor Machacca

Student of Civil Engineering

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I had other plans. I wanted to specialize in clinical psychology but I accepted the challenge of discovering what it was like to work with children and especially those bedridden angels.

Dra. Katia Cornejo Flores


“The best times of my life were spent at the Francisco and Jacinta Marto School.”

Daniel Mendoza

Student of Administration

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“I spent 8 years in the Saint Tarcisius Home. There I met God and learned the meaning of the verb ‘to share’.”

Jhon Max Begoa

Business Administration and Fireman

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