70% of children in Cambodia do not attend early childhood education which is the prime time to build imagination and a thirst for knowledge. To combat this, over the past 5 weeks Tuk Tuk Theatre has visited 15 new villages, hosted 18 movie nights, 1 environmental education session, provided power to run 1 lesson on personal health (due to black out) and managed to play lots of games and have lots of fun. This roughly equates to 500 kids and quite a few adults who have been directly affected by our efforts and your support.

We have set up a campaign to raise funds to keep this project going and to reach more villages. So far we have raised $700 USD but we still need an additional $1300 by the 20th of August to reach our goal and ensure Tuk Tuk Theatre will operate for the next 12 months.

 

Will you join us to keep this amazing project going?

In a world full of problems and tensions it is easy to think that one person can’t make a difference. Well, the kids of rural Cambodia have a different opinion. They know that the support you give will give them a fun-filled afternoon of adventure and expand their horizons; and we know that the knock on effect is more motivation to study and the dream of a life outside their village.

Even the adults love TTTWe understand that people have their own budgets and for this reason we are not asking for large amounts of money (although please don’t let that stop you from donating your millions). Even a small donation of $5 will buy important things like drinking water, a healthy fruit snack or running costs to get us out to the villages. What this all equates to is a special experience for kids who would otherwise not have the opportunity.

Help bring a smile like this oneIf every person that liked our facebook page was able to donate $5 we would reach our goal and the kids of Cambodia would repay you in smiles and gratitude – This is our guaranteed or your money back 😀

So help a fella out and click here to contribute. Your satisfaction is guaranteed!

Got spare change burning a hole in your pocket?

Why not make a difference in some of Cambodia’s poorest villages. Good karma for you, great excitement for the kids.

Adrian Paschkow

Adrian Paschkow

Love everything tuk tuk related and my life in Cambodia. Not an author but don't mind spinning a yarn for the benefit of this project.
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