We can be heroes is a non-profit organization that executes socio-environmental projects in the coast, highlands and Amazon of Peru. It is formed by university students and graduates from different disciplines, enhancing our knowledge to be able to assess the problems of the most vulnerable areas. Each of the projects aims to preserve natural resources, providing social, charitable, educational, scientific and cultural assistance through the generation of awareness in the care of the environment with tools for collective application, with the main objective of improving the performance of the communities in caring and maintenance of the environment and protection of biodiversity. During these 7 years, we have managed to impact more than 1,771 heroes (volunteers). Thanks to them, we executed 54 projects and activities in 34 communities on the coast, mountains and jungle.
Vision: To train responsible leaders for the country and thus be able to be an organization recognized for the impact of our socio-environmental projects, in order to improve the quality of life of people and nature, generating a place of harmony and equality with all ecosystems
Mission: Contribute to the conservation of natural resources and solve socio-environmental problems, executing strategic projects and participating in their development. Enhance the capacities and abilities of young members committed to making a change in the world
We can be heroes is a non-profit organization that executes socio-environmental projects in the coast, highlands and Amazon of Peru. It is formed by university students and graduates from different disciplines, enhancing our knowledge…
|Volunteer +||Location||Date Posted|
|Project Proposal and Fundraising Volunteer/Intern - Salva tu Selva (Save your jungle) Project||Lima, Peru||May 5, 2021|
|Translation into English from Spanish of website content, social media posts and brochures.||Lima, Peru||April 9, 2021|
|Writing and editing grant and project proposals for conservation projects in the Peruvian Amazon||Lima, Peru||April 9, 2021|