During Spring Break for West Chester University, in the USA, students and faculty came to Peru, South America and partnered with Voices4Peru to bring compassion, friendship, and outreach. They built a home for a family, and also gave large donations of clothes, shoes, and non-perishable items. This is how people
“What is Normal for me is not normal in the world. The whole concept of sharing has changed my perspective,” – Bart Jan, from Netherlands. In this stark reality of life, this video displays the generosity of a young social worker who is impacted by what he sees, and decides
Voices4Peru, founded by Daniel M. Klopp, and team go through community of Ventanilla to get water to families that haven’t had water in a week. These families are exposed to over 90• degee F plus heat and rains that have not been experienced in over /0 years.
Current Title: Assistant Professor Department: Criminal Justice Hometown: Pottstown, Pennsylvania Start Date: Fall 2013 What drew you to WCU originally? And how has WCU changed since? “Before coming to West Chester, I was a program evaluator for Pennsylvania’s Department of Corrections and Pennsylvania’s Board of Probation and Parole. I took
Torrential rains last week in Peru have caused some of the worst — and deadly — flooding seen there in two decades, yet one Quad-City native has no plans to leave the country. Daniel Klopp, a 1994 graduate of Pleasant Valley High School, has called the nation on the west
Press Release American fighting against human trafficking in urban gang warfare in Peru, South America. Booking Klopp for International Speaking Engagements at http://www.danielmklopp.com Descargar aquí 6xFINAL V4PERU PRESS RELEASE