Daniel M. Klopp founded Voices4Peru with the passion to serve and speak for oppressed and marginalized communities and individuals through unification and personal-growth systems. Daniel passionately speaks for marginalized communities and advocates globally. He speaks in conferences, churches, schools, and organizations and businesses, inclusive of Universities, on Community Unification, Social Services among Marginalized communities, and Providing Social Services in the midst of Modern Urban Gang Warfare. Klopp also speaks on his personal journey from childhood to present and how perseverance, resilience, and faith kept him alive. To book Founder Klopp, contact him on email@example.com for booking information and schedule. Klopp is currently writing a book of Memoirs of his life.
Klopp founded 2 NGO’s, and currently serves as Executive Director of Voices4Peru (V4P) which has several programs established in Lima. These programs include an educational program within the Club Deportivo Dan Sports Club that Klopp founded, for teenagers who want get an education of higher learning can receive sponsorships and an opportunity to play soccer. V4P has counseling programs for those suffering from mental health issues, educational assistance, medical attention for emergencies, and a Safe House for those in an at-risk situation. Daniel Klopp advocates, encourages, and empowers marginalized communities to become self-sustainable societies. He helps to empower local leadership, instill a strong work ethic, and foster the ability to move forward towards a brighter future. Voices4Peru works with international teams coming in to alleviate an oppressed existence while advocating across various platforms to educate and expose humanity to awareness of marginalized lives. Daniel oversees the Voices4Peru 4Voices Program, and all staff, while speaking globally. He lives close to the foothills of the Andes Mountains of Perú, and is based in the foothills of Lima’s community of Ventanilla. Daniel’s work has been published in newspapers and relayed in interviews, television reports, published journals, and he has received humanitarian and honor awards for his work.