Kidshelp Kambodscha e.V.

We think that establishing a good educational system and enabling more people to access it, will not only contribute to securing the livelihoods of many families, but will also provide Cambodia’s new generation with the means to grow on a personal level. Kidshelp-Kambodscha e.V. is registered as a charity in Germany and as international NGO in Cambodia.

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Kidshelp Cambodia – England

Due to local tax requirements and especially controls over foreign entities operating bank accounts in United Kingdom, a local “Unincorporated Association”, Kidshelp Cambodia -England was registered on 12th March, 2017.

Registered address in UK:

  • 2 Farewell Hall West Farm, Darlington Road, Durham, DH1 3SX, United Kingdom.

On 3rd January 2018, HM Revenue & Customs confirmed that based on information provided, Kidshelp Cambodia – England is a charity for tax purposes in line with Paragraph 1 of Schedule 6 Finance Act 2010 effective from 23rd October, 2017.

For detailed updates of the work of the NGO team in Cambodia, please see Quarterly Reports under FORMS & DOCUMENTS.

If after learning about the work of Kidshelp you wish to sponsor a school child, please complete “Offer for sponsorship of a child” and email to patrick@kidshelp-kambodscha.org or post to the registered address above and we will work with the team in Cambodia to identify a suitable child of a family requiring financial support.

If you wish to sponsor a university student, please email patrick@kidshelp-kambodscha.org and we will let you know details of students requiring sponsorship. We normally identify a group of students before the start of each academic year (September) but occasionally existing sponsors find they are not able to continue sponsorship and new sponsors must be found, so do enquire at any time.

If you wish to make an ad hoc donation towards the work of Kidshelp please email patrick@kidshelp-kambodscha.org for details of our UK bank account or send a cheque made payable to Kidshelp Cambodia – England to our registered address above.

If you are a UK tax payer and complete a Charity Gift Aid Declaration, we will be able to file a tax claim in UK, meaning for every £1.00 donated we will, after tax claim receive £1.25.

Documents

Charity Gift Aid Declaration

Offer for sponsorship of a child [Microsoft Word]

Offer for sponsorship of a child [PDF]

Our work

school sponsorship

With our personal sponsorship for school children you can allow one child in Cambodia to go to school regularly. If you are interested in supporting one child in Cambodia directly, you can do it for 17,-€ per month. The child will be supported directly with 12,- US$ monthly. The remaining amount is used to cover the cost for implementing the sponsorship programme on the ground.

STUDENT Sponsorship

If you are interested in supporting a young and talented Cambodian further, you can do it with our sponsorships for university students. If our students want to study at university, they have to go to Phnom Penh, where they have the chance to live and study with other students at one of our students dorms. Apart from the living costs, they also have to pay fees at university.

SUPPORTING MEMBERSHIP

If you want to support our work financially, you can do it in form of a one-time donation or by our supporting membership. Even though we try our best to keep our costs as low as possible and a lot of our work is done by volunteers, our projects would not be possible without the financial support of our members.

More information

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Volunteering

You are interested in volunteering for Kidshelp Kambodscha e.V.?

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Do you have any questions or want to get into contact? Just write to the following e-mail address:

michael@kidshelp-kambodscha.org

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Amazon Smile

Support Kidshelp Kambodscha with your order through Amazon. With every order completed by following this link Kidshelp gets a small donation of 0,5%.

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Blog

As announced a few weeks back, our candidates for a scholarship have now been determined and are hoping to find a sponsor: Last month, the oldest students in Prek Dambang and the villages around our school received their high-school grades. We have been offering high school graduates who would otherwise not be able to afford […]

Introduction of new classroom rules at our school

What to do with children who permanently disturb the lessons or who litter in the classroom?  In Cambodia, unfortunately, corporal punishment is still applied too often in such cases. This is shown by a UNICEF report on violence against children in Cambodia from 2014: “Teachers are also frequent perpetrators of childhood physical violence. Females and […]

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