Virtual Annual Fundraising Dinner 2020

 
$2,750 raised
28%
GOAL $10,000
7 donations
 
since Oct 2020
 
 

2020 has looked different for many of us this year. But one thing that has not changed is the Children of Cambodia still need your goodwill and support. 



Due to Covid restrictions in Victoria we are unable to host our Annual Gala Dinner in person this year. So we thought why not get together for a Virtual Fundraising Dinner? Invite your family and friends for an online dinner in the month of October or November using platforms such as Zoom or Webex.

 

Why not make it a Cambodian themed dinner party? You could have a Fish Amok, Green Mango Salad or Scorpion on a stick for the more adventurous! Please find some suggestions for recipes in link below.

 

Add to the fun of the night by sharing photos of your dinner to our Facebook page and Instagram account @childrenofcambodia. We will be awarding a mystery prize to the most creative photo!

 

This campaign is being run in place of our Annual Gala Dinner which raises over $10,000 each year. We rely on this event as our major fundraiser for the year. We support 3500 students, without these funds we will have difficulty providing the school stationery and uniforms that they need to go to school. So please dig deep if you can. Individual or group donations can be made through the mycause site.

 

If you are unable to organise an event please consider making a donation to our foundation. This year has had a significant impact on our foundation and through your generosity we can continue to support the Children of Cambodia.

 

Recipe link: www.sbs.com.au/food/cuisine/cambodian

 

$2,750 raised
28%
GOAL $10,000
7 donations
 
since Oct 2020
 
Fundraising for
Children of Cambodia Foundation
The Children of Cambodia Foundation provides educational opportunities and support for primary school children and their families in the Distinct of Phum O in Northern Cambodia. The financial support provided by the foundation will increase the numbers of children attending school.

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