Since we are a grassroots nonprofit, we rely on even the smallest donations to make our programs a success. However, even growing nonprofits can dare to dream and these are the dreams that we hope to turn into a reality for the upcoming year. Can you help?
EXTRA ENGLISH CLASSES AT BELS
Cost: $50/month – Donate
Learning English is an essential skill for our students and this school excels at providing language instruction from native English speakers. We currently have a wait list for students who would love to attend this school.
UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS IN PHNOM PENH
Cost: $125/month – Donate
We have four students who wish to study in Phnom Penh next year to pursue advanced degrees at top universities. Three of them are young women who wish to study to become medical doctors which couldn’t make us any happier! We need to start looking for these funds as soon as possible so we can be sure that at least their tuitions are covered.
STUDENT WATER PUMP PROJECT
Cost: $285/pump and filter – Donate
Our students love giving back to their community and this is one way in which you can be involved too. Under the supervision of our Outreach Manager, Orong, the students build pumps which bring clean and purified water to families in the countryside who either do not have access to fresh water or have to travel a long way to get it.
Cost: $250 to $450/computer – Donate
The Savong Student Center has a computer room where our scholarship students get access to computers as well as supplemental computer instruction. We need an additional two computers which can either be bought in Cambodia (more expensive but helps the local economy) or brought from overseas (cheaper and better selection). We are certainly open to anyone offering to donate a used computer too!
SOLAR PANELS AT THE SAVONG STUDENT CENTER
Cost: $2000 + – Donate
The cost of electricity at the Savong Student Center is very expensive and we are looking for ways to reduce these expenses and find something that is sustainable and environmentally friendly for the future. With plenty of sunshine in Cambodia, solar is the answer.
Money is always needed for supplies, upkeep and repairs at the student center so any donation for these purposes is much appreciated.