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All Children Deserve A Bright Future

Project Left Behind (PLB) is a project-focused, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that volunteers, donates, and supports orphaned and underprivileged children in Peru.

Project Left Behind


Our Mission

PLB’s mission is to promote increased access to education, improve nutrition and living conditions, and provide stability for the children we care for.

Together, let’s make a difference!

Nutrition & Health

Living Conditions



Danielle and her adopted boys

The Beginning

It all started after NuttZo CEO Danielle LiVolsi adopted her two sons from Ukraine. Danielle, focused on creating the most nutrient dense meals for their growing bodies.

Danielle didn’t stop there — inspired by the children who were ‘left behind’ when adopting her boys at the orphanage, Danielle was determined to help more children, and co-founded the non-profit Project Left Behind.

Children's Home

Hogar Semillas de Jesus – Urubamba, Peru

In early 2016 Project Left Behind was made aware of a small private home for children in need of funding. The home was struggling to make ends meet. PLB visited the Home and met with Isabel — a woman full of love who treated these children as her own.

Girls in Peru
Volunteer with boy in Peru
Girl in Peru receiving health care
Girls in Peru
Boy in Peru writing
Boy in Peru writing

Success Stories

All of us at NuttZo and our non-profit partner PLB are overjoyed that four students from remote regions of the Andes in Peru are taking advantage of the PLB Higher Education Grant.

This grant, launched in 2018, helps students not only with school fees, but also with supplies and at-home technology that has become especially important during the pandemic. We can’t wait for more students to follow in their footsteps!


Support Project Left Behind

100% of donations directly support Project Left Behind.

Donations provide orphanage maintenance, vital staff, food and water, school supplies and uniforms, healthcare, safe transportation and grants for higher education and job training.

Girls in Peru
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