Weʼre raising £900 to provide free education for pupils at the Seametrey Children's Village in Cambodia
- London, UK
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This Summer I will be volunteering for 2 months at Seametrey Children’s Village in Cambodia, an NGO School that provides free education in order to compensate for the those who cannot afford Cambodia’s mainstream education system. For the duration of my stay, I will live on-site at the school and will teach lessons and support the children’s teaching and education.
Seametrey provides for eight classes of primary school aged children in both Khmer (native Cambodian) and English. The school also has a bilingual nursery and is powered through green energy, with the aim to become fully self-sufficient.
In order to take part in this project, I need to fundraise £900. All of this money will go directly to the school itself as my flights, accommodation and other living costs are all already payed for. As Seametrey is a small but incredibly powerful charity, any money you donate will have a profound impact on the lives of the Cambodian children who depend on the school for their education. I feel so privileged and excited to be taking part in such a unique and meaningful project and will personally be extremely grateful for any donations you provide.
Thank you so so much for all your support!
For more information about Seametrey Children’s Village please visit: https://seametreycambodiadotorg.wordpress.com/
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About the fundraiser
Hi, I'm Iona Tompkins and I'm a first-year student at the University of Leeds, studying History and Asia Pacific Studies. This summer I will be volunteering in Cambodia for two months at Seametrey children's village, and aim to raise £900 to help maintain the school.