Inspired by Hope
In 2002 we came together to send 24 children to English school. In the last ten years, we have educated over 200 students, provided uniforms, clothing, rice, books and school supplies, and sent seven students to university. In 2008, we opened the Cambodia Tomorrow School where we now educate 125 students.
How to Help
Contribute to our annual fund, provide a scholarship for a student, join us on the Board or on a committee, throw a fundraiser, contribute your skills and talents. Let’s keep the children in school.
The Cambodia Tomorrow School depends on your support to keep the doors open. Please consider making a contribution – every dollar counts!
Your support helps us educate students at The Cambodia Tomorrow School. Please give generously!
Our story: It all began twelve years ago…
In 2002, a small group of families came together to send 24 children from Kompong Speu Orphan Center to English school. As we grew, we provided rice, educated over 250 more children, paid nanny salaries, supplied uniforms and clothing, bought books and supplies, placed graduates in vocational school and sent seven students to university.
In 2008 we opened the Cambodia Tomorrow School where we now educate 125 students from the Center and the community. We support a computer program and tutoring for high school students. We work in cooperation with six other non-governmental organizations to ensure good health, excellent education and opportunity for our students.
Your help and generous donations have made all this possible. We invite you to continue your support of Cambodia Tomorrow. We hope you will mark this occasion by increasing your gift so that we may open our doors to more community students.Contribute Now
Chamroeun Serey Tit on the Importance of Sponsorship Posted Mar 30, 2015 By camtom
CamTom sponsorship is very necessary for me because it has a lot of importance for me. For example I can get money for short courses,