Educational toys for the Sunshine School
May17

Educational toys for the Sunshine School

Lily Foundation tries to bridge the gap between donors and those in need with the help of local businesses. We have a large network and try to connect people with each other. A good example is Panha Sabay and The Sunshine School. Who and what is Panha Sabay Panha Sabay is a new business whose start-up activities began in 2017. The founder of Panha Sabay is Ineke and she has been actively volunteering in a few educational projects...

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Aquashare
Feb03

Aquashare

A few years ago, we also donated a water pump through Mr. Savin Philip to Aqua Share. This is a wonderful organisation dedicated to installing water pumps for people who do not have access to clean water or can’t afford it. This year we donated another water pump, and it was installed at a family’s house in a small village outside Siem Reap. We also donated food packages to our former tuktuk drivers and guides to help them...

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Panha Sabay
Feb03

Panha Sabay

We donated to Panha Sabay. Which has been used to make dolls out of old socks. These dolls will come in a month with other products for women who have just given birth and are in need of help.

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Trapeangsongkae-Education-Center
Feb03

Trapeangsongkae-Education-Center

Trapeangsongkae-Education-Center (formerly Cambobabs school) Last year we already had the good news the school could finally be completed. In 2021 this local project, located 10km outside Kampot, could open its doors. Hundreds of children can now once again take advantage of the school’s curriculum. Thanks to the very generous help of our donor from Switzerland, it has again been possible to pay a large portion of the salary...

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Prey Chas village school.
Feb03

Prey Chas village school.

We were able to help a new project in Siem Reap. Kevin Sysyn, a well-known singer/songwriter and the driving force behind ‘Kids Under the Bridge’ for many years, drew our attention to Han’s school in Prey Chas village near the airport. Over 20 children were taught under Ms. Han’s parents’ house. Not only English, but also drawing, handicrafts and music. She also wanted to offer these children a decent meal every day....

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