The CAMBODIA CHARITABLE TRUST supports 16 schools and is creating a brighter future for over 6,000 children.
Our top priority is providing free, quality education to vulnerable Cambodian children.
Education is the largest lever for social change in Cambodia. Education breaks the poverty cycle, protects girls from sex slavery, boys from slave labour and opens the door to a bright and purposeful future for each child.
By working with families, we remove the barriers to a free, quality education.
By working with teachers, we provide the support and resources they need to become more effective in the classroom.
It is a powerful combination, and it works.
We currently support twelve primary schools, four secondary schools and two teacher training colleges in the Takeo and Kampot provinces of Cambodia. These schools need ongoing support, and there are many unsupported schools that we could transform with your help.
Denise Arnold founded the Cambodia Charitable Trust (CCT) after a life-changing encounter in Cambodia. Denise and a dedicated group of like-minded New Zealanders registered the CCT as a Charitable Trust with the New Zealand Charities Commission on 30 June 2008 under the Charities Act 2005. Our identification number is #2117636.
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The Cambodia Charitable Trust was established to assist the Cambodian people from the trap of extreme poverty, to strengthen communities and to provide health and education for the Cambodian children. 100% of donations go to the programmes in Cambodia.
Thanks😊 maybe we will be doing it together next year😉
Thanks!! Fingers crossed!
Aww thanks lovely lady!!
Thanks so much!!
Thank you for the support!!