Change a Child's Life Forever

The Cambodia Charitable Trust was established to assist the Cambodian people from the trap of extreme poverty, to strengthen communities and to provide health and education for the Cambodian children. 100% of donations go to the programmes in Cambodia. You can see the impact of this support by clicking the video link below.

http://tvnz.co.nz/nz-story/s1-ep10-video-5747912

Our fundamental drive is to enable children to go to school, and to equip the teachers so as the children receive a quality education while there. We have already enabled thousands of boys and girls to have access to an education, and we are supporting the development of the teachers delivering that education.

The Cambodia Charitable Trust works with the communities to identify what their priorities are.  We employ 6 Cambodian staff.

Our programmes vary but they all change lives.

Primarily we enable children to go to school when they wouldn't otherwise be able to. Many children are from families that cannot afford the basic clothing required for the children to go to school. They cannot buy a notebook and pencil. We provide these essential items.

We also support schools by establishing libraries, developing preschool classes, installing fresh water collection systems and building toilets.

We have schools that desperately need help now. You can support an entire school from as little as $500 a month.

100% of your donation will go directly to the project you wish to support.

You choose. Education? Housing? Health?  It’s up to you.

Can you make a donation and change someone’s life today?

 

 

 

29 November 2013

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