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Immediate needs funding

Greetings from Sao Sary Foundation:
We hope that this inquiry finds you well. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for our foundation. Sao Sary Foundation is facing an immediate crisis – due to lack of timely funding we may have to terminate our Child Protection Program which currently assists 50 children in care ranging from room and board, medical care, education, and vocational skills training. Our program affords them the opportunity to be children and not have to worry about the burdens of finding work to support their families. Such desperation makes them vulnerable to being trafficked.

SSF aims to alleviate child poverty in Cambodia’s poorest communities, while preventing all forms of violence, exploitation and abuse against children, especially commercial sexual exploitation, trafficking, child labor and child marriage. We do this through a proactive approach in protecting children from any form of violence, exploitation and abuse. Rather than waiting until it’s too late, SSF strives to identify at risk children and provide sustainable assistance to both the children and their families. It is our mission to achieve lasting improvements for children living in poverty in Cambodia's poorest communities, through a process that unites people across cultures and adds meaning and value to their lives.

Sao Sary Foundation is seeking funds of US$25, Protected content continue operations for our Child Protection Program for a period of 12 months end on 31 August Protected content we continue efforts to acquire long-term funding. Any immediate assistance that can be provided to the Sao Sary Foundation would be greatly appreciated than could be described. If you or anyone you know are aware of any emergency grants (i.e. one-time grants that have short/no waiting periods and/or not attached to any parternship agreements), please email us at: Protected content . Additionally, personal donations can be made at: Protected content .

Thank you for your time and consideration of the plight of these children.

With warmest regard,
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