We exist to educate a generation of Cambodian children today, to make a difference for Cambodia’s tomorrow.
By becoming a Caring for Cambodia member, you invest in the 7,000 children currently attending our 21 schools—every child we feed, empower, and educate starts with you. You directly impact the day-to-day learning of our students.
In return, we’d like to send you a token of our appreciation to remind you of the children you are supporting and help you share the message of Caring for Cambodia with your friends and family.
We love when our supporters create their own personal fundraisers and want to share the news with you! These amazing people and businesses are dedicated to making a huge impact in the lives of our students and sharing the mission of Caring for Cambodia with their friends, family, and colleagues.
Want to create your own personal fundraiser? Just click here and get started today. For help with your fundraiser or to find out more about how you can help the students at Caring for Cambodia's 21 schools, email us at email@example.com.
Starting on April 14th, Registration will open for Caring For Cambodia’s #RaceToBetterEducation. Individuals and teams will sign up to race around Siem Reap, Cambodia, which will highlight our schools and other points of interest along the way. The race will kick off two weeks later on May 1st. Create your own team with your friends, colleagues and family, or join an existing team where we will work as a group to reach milestones and explore the country of Cambodia, city of Siem Reap and our CFC schools & programs.
Celebrate with us as Caring for Cambodia and Pearl S. Buck International kick off an exciting partnership to help children in Siem Reap province get the education they need to change their lives and the lives of their family. This wonderful event will feature cocktails and appetizers as well as the chance to celebrate the amazing work of CFC and Pearl S. Buck International. Speakers will include CFC founder & CEO Jamie Amelio and Pearl S. Buck's President & CEO Anna Katz.
From refugee to American prosperity: How education made the difference for one man and continues to provide hope to Cambodian children today. This special luncheon will celebrate Caring for Cambodia Board of Directors member Hong Choing while highlighting his journey from a refugee camp in Cambodia to success in the United States and the importance of education and the support of strangers in achieving his dreams.
Join us as Caring for Cambodia celebrates the return of its signature fundraising gala, An Evening for Orange! We missed you all so much last year when we were forced to cancel this event. So dust off your formal wear and get your friends out for a night on the town! This is going to be an event to remember.
We're determined to make this year's event even more special than usual so we hope you'll be in Austin to help us raise a glass and toast the amazing efforts of our donors, our volunteers, and our staff for not only meeting the challenge posed by Covid-19 but for continuing to adapt to serve the 7,000 kids who depend on us each year. Schools are closed but the learning doesn't stop for these kids thanks to you and our teachers.
If you're interested in sponsorship, auction item donations, or volunteering for the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We're so excited to see everyone again!
Art/Photo Credit: Thank you to Michele Helm of Three Muses for the beautiful artwork and to Edna Cooper (www.zaharagallery.com) for the Apsara dancer photograph.
“CFC is the standard of education in Cambodia. All the things on our education roadmap are implemented in CFC schools.”
- His Excellency, Dr. Hang Chuon Naron, Cambodian Minister of Education, Youth and Sport
"ការអប់រំនៅក្នុងគម្រោងរបស់អង្គការស៊ីអេហ្វស៊ី គឺជាការអប់រំទៅតាមបែបស្តង់ដារនៅក្នុងប្រទេសកម្ពុជា។ រាល់កម្មវត្ថុនៅក្នុងការអប់រំទាំងអស់របស់អង្គការស៊ីអេហ្វស៊ីវាជាផែនទីបង្ហាញផ្លូវនៅក្នុងការប្រតិបត្តិនៅតាមសាលាគោលដៅ របស់អង្គការស៊ីអេហ្វស៊ី." - ឯកឧត្តមបណ្ឌិត ហង់ជួនណារ៉ុន រដ្ឋមន្ត្រីក្រសួងអប់រំយុវជន និងកីឡាកម្ពុជា។
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