Thank you for your years of support!

Dear Friends, Sponsors, and Supporters;

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We are writing to let you know that Cambodia Tomorrow will be concluding our education programs at the Cambodia Tomorrow School at the end of the 2015-2016 school year this August.  The ultimate goal of a good NGO is to help where and when assistance is needed, but also to be able to recognize when it is time to let their constituents once again stand on their own.  We believe that now is the right time to transfer responsibility for the Cambodia Tomorrow School to our friends and colleagues in Cambodia.

In 2002, four new adoptive parents asked what they could do for the orphans at Kompong Speu Orphan Center (KSOC).  The answer was a request to provide English language training. We formed Cambodia Tomorrow, reached out to sponsors and, with their support, sent 24 children to the local English school.

Almost immediately, we were asked to do more because the need was so great. Adoptions had stopped, creating a shortage of cash.  Rice donations were reduced.  Children needed vaccines and other medical care. Nannies weren’t getting paid. Cambodia Tomorrow stepped in to fund these needs and many others. When another NGO wasn’t able to take all of our qualifying University students, we quickly pulled together a program and helped seven young men receive university degrees.

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