Kiya Survivors is a registered charity in
both the UK and Peru:
Registered Charity Peru: 12267622
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Kiya Gift Shop
Looking for a more interesting gift to give that person who has everything?
Looking to give a more ethical and meaningful gift this Christmas or birthday?
Whatever the occasion Kiya Survivors has a range of interesting gifts that really make a difference.
Gifts are available to purchase securely and quickly and gift details can either be sent to you or directly to recipient. Most importantly you can be secure in the knowledge that your gift will directly help the children and young people we support in our centres in Peru.
How to buy
Our shop uses Paypal, a secure way of buying products over the Internet with a full range of consumer protections.
When you have chosen which item you want to buy, click on the Buy Now button and you will be taken to a Paypal page. If you already have a Paypal account you can log in and pay with that account. If you prefer to pay by debit/credit card just click on the “Pay with a Debit or Credit card” link and you will be taken to another page where you can select which card you want to use.
Tank of petrol for outreach van
Our outreach programme brings vital therapy and support to young people and families in very remote communities. We need to drive significant distances to visit these communities so your gift will assist us with this challenge.
Shoes for a child
Many of the day students don't wear shoes to school or if they do only the famous sandals made from used car tyres. In the cold Andean climate this often leads to illnesses and infections. Many of our students have to walk long distances to the centres so a sturdy pair of shoes will help them with a more comfortable journey.
School uniform for a child
Many of the children that attend the centres cannot afford to buy a school uniform (needed for school outings, ceremonies etc). It is important they feel part of the centre and equal to their peers. What may seem a simple gift, can have a massive impact on a childs self esteem and sense of belonging.
Water for 20 students for 1 month
There is a desperate need for good quality drinking water, particularly in the north of the country. It is vital that our students receive this support.
Medical assessment for a child
Before a child or young person can be enrolled at one of our centres they need a full medical assessment to ensure they have no contagious diseases. We test for HIV, Hepatitis A and B, parasites etc. We also check to see if they are in need of any other urgent medical attention.
Animal Feed for 1 month
The Rainbow Centre has a small farm. As the majority of the students parents make a living through farming, Kiya Survivors feels it is vital that they are encouraged to care for animals, plant crops etc. Animal produce and vegetables produced at the farm are used for the consumption of the children and young people who attend the centre.
Help feed the horse, cow, guinea pigs and chickens!
Items for sale