In the dump site of Inayawan, Cebu, 8 preschools welcome 106 children and 19 mums trained to be childminders.
Funds raised so far: 30%
Our child sponsorship programme gives you the opportunity to sponsor a child individually and give them the chance to get an education.
You will be the only sponsor of your sponsored child. You can develop a relationship with them through the exchange of letters. If you get a chance to go to Southeast Asia, you can also visit your sponsored child!
When you click on the link below, you will be redirected to our Give2Asia page. Please fill in the form to become a sponsor. Child sponsorship is $35 per month, you will need to choose $35 on the form for your monthly payments.
Soon after, you will receive your Welcome Pack with more information about your sponsored child and where they live, but also a template to write your first letter to your child.
As a US taxpayer, you will receive a tax receipt for your donation from Give2Asia.
Today, I am in the third year at the prestigious Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC) in Phnom Penh where I am studying for my engineering degree. I believe that the key to happiness is positive thinking, that is to say remembering that every problem has a solution; not being selfish; being motivated and committed.
Ang Rinna, sponsored student of Children of the Mekong
Give2Asia acts as an umbrella for Children of the Mekong to allow American donors getting a donation tax receipt. As an American taxpayer, you can deduct your donation from your tax.
Your donation will go to Children of the Mekong’s education programmes in Southeast Asia.
If you wish to support a specific project, please be in touch with Eugenie Munakarmi. We will make sure that your donation goes to that project.
If you are a child sponsor, please choose to pay $35 in the form and your donation will go to your sponsored child.
More about Give2Asia
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Give2Asia is an international nonprofit that serves as a strategic partner and ally working on the ground in more than 23 countries across the Asia Pacific. Their role is to strengthen the work of local organizations and mobilize support through philanthropic giving from Individuals, Family Foundations, and Corporations.
Do you want to get involved and support our education programmes in Southeast Asia?
As a US taxpayer, you can make a donation in USD and receive a tax receipt.
Author: Shi Xian
(*QIPEDC: Quality Improvement of Primary Education for Deaf Children Project) Author: Shi Xian
Author: Shi Xian
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