Heirs of a rich and millenary culture, we believe in, and have a firm commitment to, our nation’s development based on a diverse but united society, proud of its traditions and cultural identity.
Heirs of a rich and ancient culture, we believe in, and have a firm commitment to, our nation’s development based on a diverse but united society, proud of its traditions and cultural identity.
We would like to share with you our passion for our cultural tradition which drives us in our search for excellence when developing our social projects.
Wawakuna Awanku – (Children Weaving)
It is our commitment to revive our traditional cultural identity by promoting the art of weaving in schoolchildren from the rural and urban communities in the highlands. In order to achieve this, we have invited expert professionals in the field of spinning, weaving and design as well as commercial and marketing professionals to provide the children with knowledge and experience in basic business practices, promoting the confection of high-quality handmade products.
The Mirasol Project started in 2006 as a joint initiative with customers close to our company with the aim of improving the living conditions of disadvantaged children in the highlands of the Peruvian Andes, especially the impoverished children of alpaca herdsmen. Mirasol helps them gain access to proper education and health. This is achieved by investing a percentage of yarn sales in the establishment and operation of a school-home. We are proud of the fact that this project is now a reality.