Start a fundraiser in Cambodia
Whether you plan to host your own fundraising event or get involved in a community activity, fundraising is a fun and rewarding way to make a positive impact in the lives of so many Cambodian children and community members.
Your support will make a difference
From birthdays and weddings to marathons and dragon boat racing, our supporters put the FUN in fundraising.
Applying to Fundraise
We hope you understand that it is important for all fundraising activities that raise money for CCF are pre-approved by us. To assist us in assessing that your fundraiser matches the goals, ethics and ethos of CCF it would be appreciated if you could complete the accompanying form.
Planning your Event
CCF will contact you within a week of receipt and if approved, provide you with an Authority to Fundraise on our behalf along with a Fundraising Kit which is designed to assist you with the organisation of your Fundraiser/Event. It includes all the information you’ll need about CCF to share with family and friends, guidelines on how to use our logo, a selection of videos and photos to use and much more.
*Please note this information is not intended for use by commercial organisations or corporate CSR programs. If your business is interested in helping Cambodian Children’s Fund, please contact us to discuss.
Check out our INFO PACK for some creative ideas of how you can get involved.
Srey Mau’s story and many others like hers are the reason why your fundraising is so important. Lives are being transformed every day because of people like you.
Living in Poverty
Like many CCF children, Srey Mau did not have the best start in life. One of three children, the family lived in an extremely impoverished community in Steung Meanchey, Phnom Penh.
Srey Mau grew up in a troubled family. Her father struggled with drug and alcohol problems and at times was violent. When her father was sent to a rehabilitation centre, her mother worked as a garbage scavenger on the streets to support her children as best she could, facing a daily battle to survive.
Srey Mau’s mother then found a new partner - eventually marrying and having another child - and moved away, leaving Srey Mau and her two siblings (an older sister and brother) with an aunt in unsafe living conditions.
After concerns were raised about the welfare of the children, Cambodian Children’s Fund accepted them into the residential and educational program. With a nurturing environment, Srey Mau flourished and has grown to become a happy and healthy little girl. Now aged six, she attends school and proudly wears the CCF uniform. Srey Mau likes having lots of friends to play with, a safe place to stay, plenty of food and regular schooling.
Sadly, Srey Mau’s father passed away a year ago. While her mother only visits once a year, her aunt and grandmother see Srey Mau and her siblings at CCF at least once a month. CCF will continue to work with Srey Mau’s family to ensure that she has the best care to grow in a loving and stable home.