The small town of Raqchi sits high on windswept plains overlooking the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Amid its peaceful and calm lifestyle, the residents farm the land, create traditional pottery, and weave vivid textiles. We support the Raqchi School, principal, Eulin Chacon, the micro-farm feeds 184 students breakfast, lunch, and sometimes attended by fewer than 100 children, by renovating classrooms, building greenhouses, and constructing a food storage room equipped with kitchen supplies. We chose a drip irrigation system, a low pressure watering method, to provide a low cost system, needing less water than other irrigation techniques. The children now grow vegetables and help prepare their meals at school, providing experiences that expose them to a world of new opportunities.