Peru Disaster RElief 



col·lec·tive / kə-ˈlek-tiv\

A group of entities that share or are motivated by at least one common issue or interest, or work together to achieve a common objective.

We are a group of people united by our passion for defending the vulnerable and defenseless. We seek to end abuses of the helpless while instilling dignity, respect, and life lessons that can break the sick cycles that plaque our world.

We care for the ONE that’s lost. The ONE that’s been abused. The ONE that’s been hurt. 

We care for the ONE, Collectively because we know that everyONE matters and together we can change our world. 


 A choice is a powerful thing,

especially if you don't have one. 

We are passionate about serving the ONE person that has been affected by circumstances that were out of their control. A choice is a powerful thing, that is until you don't have one. We come alongside those that are hurting and help them recover from their pasts and move toward a bright future. 

The ONE | Collective was founded in 2016 by a group of people that saw a need and joined forces to meet that need. We are proud to say that more than 95% of every donation that you give goes directly to the project. We have very generous donors that cover almost all of our operating expenses and overhead. 

By partnering with The ONE | Collective, you will be playing a part in shaping the future for a vulnerable child.

You will be giving them a choice. 


We focus three main areas: Orphan Care,Clean Water, and Community Development Centers.  


Hope House

Hope House is our orphanage just on the outskirts of the city of Lima, Peru. Hope House is a place of refuge for at-risk and abandoned girls. We work tirelessly to ensure that the young ladies that come into Hope House experience, some for the first time in their lives, what a really family is like. We provide much more than just food and shelter, we provide a home and an abundance of love. 

Learn how you can get involved in this life-changing opportunity! 

clean Water  

663 million people in the world live without clean water. 

That’s nearly 1 in 10 people worldwide. Or, twice the population of the United States. The majority live in isolated rural areas and spend hours every day walking to collect water for their family. Not only does walking for water keep kids out of school or take up time that parents could be using to earn money, but the water often carries diseases that can make everyone sick. But access to clean water means education, income and health - especially for women and kids.

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Community Centers