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We rely solely on private donations and support to keep our programs running.  Together with the tireless work of our supporters, volunteers, teachers, and staff these gifts are significantly improving the futures of 2,800 children and youth in Cambodia.

Let us know which program is speaking to you most and we will apply your funds to that project! Donations made without a preference as to how they are to be used will be put into general funds and used where needs are the greatest.



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If you're from the USA you can make a single or recurring tax-deductible donation (yes, we are a registered 501(c)3) using your debit or credit card through our Network For Good page.


U.K Supporters can make a one-time or recurring donation through our page powered by Virgin Money Giving.  Gift Aid from the U.K. government can be reclaimed and passed to us in full.


Canadian supporters can make make single or recurring tax deductible donations through PLF Canada at


Supporters from Switzerland can make a one time or recurring tax-deductible donation through our Swiss fund-raising partners at Eyes Open.


Donors from other countries around the world are welcome to make a one-time or recurring donation on the Network for Good Page.


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Make your check out to the Ponheary Ly Foundation and send to:

The Ponheary Ly Foundation
Post Office Box 17034
Austin, Texas 78760-7034


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Please send an e-mail to telling us the name and amount of the transfer so we can look out for it and issue a receipt.

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