PLEASE DONATE NOW!

Donations for this project come from individuals like yourself.  For the past ten years the project has been entirely funded by individual contributions.  We depend on YOUR good will and continued support to be able to continue our work in Cambodia.  Your donations are IRS tax deductible and you will receive a personal thank you from our Board Members.

We are very proud of our extremely low (3%) overhead expenses with 97% of all donated dollars going directly to student education!  We achieve this by being a volunteer run organization. Our operating budget is a mere $13,000 per year, and yet we achieve so much: over 80 children learning English, 11 boys and girls with university scholarships, and 45 students studying to preserve their own dying language.

Please GIVE TODAY so that this program can continue to give these children and young adults a chance to keep up their hard work learning and fighting for a better tomorrow.
For example:
– $30 houses one university student for one month
– $50 buys books for one university student for a year
– $100 pays our English teacher for one month
– $250 pays the tuition of a first year university student for one semester
– $450 pays one semester’s tuition for a third or fourth year university student

But no gift is too small!

Gift checks can be made out and mailed directly to:
Cambodian Village Scholars Fund
71421 Halgar Road
Rancho Mirage, CA  92270  USA

Or use your credit card or bank draft via the dedicated and secure PayPal link below. Feel free to use Credit Card, Debit Card or your regular Paypal account.

Be a hero to someone in need today!
It’s donors like YOU who make all this possible!

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Also just by purchasing products from Amazon’s SMILE website at
www.smile.amazon.com/ch/45-3192724 we automatically receive 0.5% of what you’ve spent at NO extra cost to you.  Wouldn’t you rather the kids get those dollars rather than Amazon keep them?

THANKS FOR HELPING