Message from Quito
Dear people, what an impact of the Corona virus all over the world! We are thinking about everyone who gets affected by this. In Quito there is currently a full lockdown. People are only allowed to go on the streets to do groceries, so villa ticca is also closed by the government until further notice. Unfortunately, of course, our costs continue, so we hope you will continue to support us in these difficult times too. For now we wish everyone a lot of strength, stay healthy!

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We would like to present you Ashley and Hugo, they are still looking for a sponsor who wants to contribute to their place at villa ticca! As a donor at Villa Ticca you make real difference. All your gifts go directly to the children of Villa Ticca in Ecuador. For € 70 per month, you'll set a place available in villa ticca. Thus, thanks to you, another child in Ecuador can use everything that Villa Ticca has to offer these children. Or take a sponsorpakket of € 35 a month. click here for more information

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Muchas Gracias, Rankin Skinner, Ruthi Q Skinner, Donald Skinner, Roberta Skinner, Dana Skinner Stefaniak, and everyone from the Kentucky-Ecuador Partners!!
The Kentucky Ecuador Partners Dental Initiative, make volunteers travel to schools to apply Fluoride Varnish with ACP and provide Toothbrushes.
Luckily they come and visit Villa Ticca every year! Thanks for helping our kids keep there precious smiles! 

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Here a picture of a part of our escolares during the celebration of the foundation of the city of Quito!
This is celebrated every year everywhere in the city and of course also in our daycare!


a traditional meal in Ecuador in ' el dia de los disfuntos ' or ' el dia de los muertos ' on November 2 in Ecuador. Purple Colada is a typical drink from Ecuador. This is prepared with purple corn flour, which gives it its thick consistency and accentuates the color that gives name to this drink. It also carries fruits such as naranjilla, pineapple, mora or mortiño and a series of aromatic herbs and crusts, such as cinnamon, and other sweet spices. In the tradition they serve it together with the bread dolls(bread usually of non-ordinary flavor and various fillings that have shape of doll, hence the name). In the case of indigenous communities in the Andean Region, especially in rural areas as in the province of tungurahua, their consumption and offering is performed in the cemetery itself, next to the tomb of the deceased family as part of the rite of reunion with The ancestors.

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Some of our kids have a sponsor! every three months, these sponsors get an update from us. We're working on these updates right now. This school year we have received many new children, so there are children who do not yet have a sponsor. Maybe you're interested? We'll introduce you to Neythan and Eileen. If you want to know more about sponsoring a child, you can contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or click here for more information

Neythan  Eileen

Thanks to Wings of Support we could replace our roof this summer. Very nice because now we don't have any leakage anymore, no unnecessary luxury with the often impetuous weather in the rainy season. In addition, there is now more sunlight, and therefore warmth inside! We are very happy! Muchas gracias!!

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Proudly we present;
our second group of threeyearolds of villa ticca with miss Mayra.
Thanks to extra funds, we were able to start an extra group this year and help more children! 

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