Learn more about life in Cambodia, celebrate birthdays and achievements together, and create a life-long bond. When you sponsor a child, your family grows a little larger.
A unique sponsorship experience
With big smiles and even bigger hearts, these kids are hungry to learn, eager to pass on their knowledge, and ready to chase their dreams. You can help them get there.
Sponsorship gives a child in need a chance to build a unique relationship with someone who believes in them. To provide the same level of care for every child in our community, your monthly contribution will go to a general fund. This will help families with everything they need to meet their basic needs and make school a top priority.
Mony is a good student who goes to school regularly. He likes red color and enjoys having fried fish. In his free time, he likes playing with his friends.
Thavy dreams to be a teacher in the future. She likes doing homework and teaching her young siblings. Her favorite color is red, and she enjoys having Samlor Machou Kroeurng (soup with morning glory and pork).
Bunsak dreams to be a policeman when he grows up. He likes playing with his friends and drawing pictures whenever he has free time. He enjoys eating chicken soup chicken and deep-fried meat.
Piseth dreams to be a soldier in the future. He likes playing with his siblings and friends in his free time. His favorite colors are white and black, and he enjoys having fried beef.
Vibol is a happy member in CCF who has made a lot of friends. He enjoys playing with them in his free time. He does not know what he wants to do in the future yet as he is still young.
Kea enjoys drawing when he is free. He does not know what he wants to do yet in the future as he is still very young.
Sponsorship provides ongoing support to reach the most vulnerable of children
Our students only have one sponsor each; you. Every sponsor is a vital link in a child's family network and every sponsor will get to know their sponsor child through emails, Skype calls, and even visits. You will be a very important part of their lives and we know from experience that you will be a hugely positive influence on them.
Nay Heang’s transformation
Nay Heang moved with her sister to Steung Meanchey to scavenge at only 9 years old. After a chance meeting with Scott on the dumpsite, they were finally able to make it to the classroom. That was just the beginning of the remarkable story of a remarkable young woman.
Support a granny
Grannies hold our community together by passing on traditions, mentoring students, and raising kids who have no one else. When you support a granny, everyone benefits.