Native Peruvians often still live in huts with only an open fire for heat. Providing them blankets for Christmas will bless them with protection from the weather and improve their health and well being. They do not have insulated houses and often have to sleep during wet and cold nights.
Many Native Peruvians still live in primitive huts with no insulation and no heat, except an open fire which cannot be close to their beds for safety. Long, cold, and wet nights endanger their health and make life hard. They often cannot afford good clothing and blankets.
Providing a Christmas blanket will lift their spirits, provide them warmth, and improve their health. These blankets will help these children for years to come. It also lets them know that someone cares for them.
By taking care of this vital need for them, it will allow their parents to spend their very limited income on things like food, medicine, and improving their housing. This seemingly small gesture can have a large impact on the future of these children and their families.