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• THE FREEDOM CENTER •

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Share in the sponsorship of a child for only $55 per month.

 

The Freedom Center's child sponsorship program allows you to build a personal relationship with a child, or children of your choice. Not only will you be able to write letters and send your child gifts, but he or she will also know your name, pray for you and write to you throughout the year.

We are providing a life changing environment of freedom and hope. We want families to stay together, children to thrive, and Jesus to get glory and honor in Cambodia. 

 

You can sponsor a child for as little as $55 per month.
Or you can fully sponsor them for $110.

$55

PER MONTH

1/2 SPONSORSHIP

$110

PER MONTH

FULL SPONSORSHIP

Please prayerfully consider sponsoring a child for a one year commitment. All sponsorships are tax deductible.

Children Needing Sponsorship

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THIDA BOUN

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is December 22, 2004. I am in the 6th grade and love studying the Cambodian language, Khmer. One day I hope to work in an office. Reading, fishing, playing with friends and taking care of my young nieces are my favorite things to do. My father is a taxi driver and my mom stays home and takes care of our family.

SOCHEAT CHEY

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is January 27, 2005. I am in the 5th grade and am best at Khmer, the language of Cambodia, math and English. My future dream is to be a teacher. I like to spend my time playing soccer, playing with friends and reading. My father is a construction worker and my mom is a garment worker.

DARA HONG

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthay is September 8, 2006 and I am in 5th grade. My father connects water for people and my mother does house work. I have three sisters and we all want to stay in school, but it is hard for my parents to pay for food and school for us. I enjoy studying Khmer, the language of Cambodia. I like to help my mother do house work.

CAMBODIA FACTS

The Cambodian flag is the only national flag that has an image of a building – the Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat is the world’s largest religious monument, covering an area of 162.6 hectares.

 

SOCHEATA RITH

My birthday is October 11, 2006. I am in the 4th grade and like to study Khmer, the language of Cambodia. My father does not have a job. My mother works in a factory. I have two brothers and one sister. My parents believe education is very important so they work hard to send me and my brothers to school. I do not know what I want to do in the future. I like to help my mother with house work.

SREYNITH HENG

My birthday is April 4, 2004. I am in 5th grade and like to study the language of Cambodia called Khmer and mathematics. I would like to be an office worker one day. I like to paint, sing and play soccer. My father is a taxi driver and my mother stays at home and takes care of my brothers and sisters.

PHANHA MEUNG

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is January 27, 2003. I am in the 7th grade and my best subjects are the Cambodian language called Khmer and mathematics. When I finish school I want to be a teacher. I like to read and play soccer with my friends. I help my mother do house work. My father sells palm juice and my mother stays home and takes care of my family.

ROSA NI

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is October 19, 2008 and I am in the 2nd grade. My best subject in school is mathematics and I am in the second grade. One day I would like to work in an office. I like to play with my friends. My father does not have work and my mother is a house cleaner.

CAMBODIA FACTS

Half of Cambodia’s population is under 15 years old. Birthdays are not celebrated in Cambodia. Estimated after 30 years most people don’t know their true age, its always a guess.

 
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DAVID SOY

I am in the 4th grade and my birthday is July 22, 2008. I have 1 sister, and both of my parents do not earn enough money for daily living or sending me to school. Some days they don't earn any money. When I grow up I want to become a policeman to protect the weak. I like to play soccer and go to church every Sunday.

SREYA ROS

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is September 29, 2006. I like to study the Khmer language of Cambodia and I am very good at English. I am in the 5th grade. I want to finish school and get a good job at a company so I can buy a house for my family. I want to help other children with their education. I like to help my parents with our chickens and play with friends. My father works at the church. My mother is sick very often and cannot go to work.

SOUHAN YOEUN

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is February 5, 2009. I am in the 2nd grade and like to study English. My father works at a garage station. My mother works in a factory making garments. I have one sister. My parents believe education is important for me, but my father sometimes has a job and sometimes he does not. Our income is low. I love to read and my dream is to be a doctor.

SREYSROS HNEN

• 1/2 SPONSORED •

My birthday is May 2, 2010. I am in the first grade. I live with my mother. She works in a garment factory. I like to study Khmer, the Cambodian language and to play with friends.

CAMBODIA FACTS

Phnom Penh was once known as the “Pearl of Asia” because of its French influence. Also why architecture is so beautiful.

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UDOM NUON

My birthday is January 24, 2006 and I am in the 6th grade. I have one sister. My family depends on my mother's income which is not enough to provide for our daily living and sending me to school. We live in a very small house that leaks when it rains. I like to play soccer and go to church on Sunday. When I grow up I want to become a policeman.

SREYLEAP TUY

My birthday is February 2, 2007. I am in the third grade and I like to study Khmer, the Cambodian language. I want to be a teacher one day. I like to read, play with friends, and help my mother. My father sells palm juice to support our family and my mother stays at home.

DANITH VO

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is October 7, 2009. I am in the 1st grade. I like to study Khmer, the Cambodian language. I want to work in an office one day. My parents are divorced. My mother has no job so it is hard for her to pay for me to go to school.

CAMBODIA FACTS

During the rule of the Khmer Rouge from 1975 to 1979, nearly two million, roughly one-fifth, of Cambodia’s population was killed. They were mostly educated people, priests, and monks.

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SOKLEAP PHAL

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is May 16, 2011. I am in the 1st grade and I like to study Khmer, the national language of Cambodia. My dream is to be a policeman and I love playing with my friends. My mother does house work and my father is a contract worker that works far away from home. Our grandmother also lives with us and I have two brothers.

VEASNA YAN KONG

• FULLY SPONSORED •

I was born in January 2008. I am in 3rd grade and I want to be an engineer when I grow up. My favorite subject is English and I like to read and do my homework. My mother works in a garment factory and my father does welding. My father sometimes has a job and sometimes he does not, so it is hard to meet the needs of our family.

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DINA PHEURN

• FULLY SPONSORED •

I was born in November 2006. I am in 6th grade and I want to be a teacher when I grow up. My favorite subject is English and I like to read and do my homework. I live with my grandmother, and my parents are divorced. My grandmother is sick very often and I don't have money for breakfast many times. I am a very brave girl and believe in God and go to church every Sunday. I work sometimes in order to get money for my education.

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CHANDARA ROS

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is April 5, 2008. I am in the 3rd grade and I like to play football and eat noodle. My dream is to become a policeman. My mother has had 2 surgeries and is still in a lot of pain. When she works as a cleaner she hurts. My family's income is not enough to support us. I am very good at school - especially in English class. I have one sister who lives with us.

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LEAKNA MEUNG

• FULLY SPONSORED •

My birthday is May 5, 2006. I am in the 5th grade and I like to study Khmer, the national language of Cambodia. I want to be an office worker when I grow up and enjoy reading and helping my mother do house work. My mother stays at home and my father climbs plam trees for making palm juice to sell. He works very hard for my family but it is not enough to support us. I also have 1 brother and 1 sister who live at home with me.

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VICHEKA PHOM

My birthday is April 12, 2008. I am in the 4th grade and I like to study mathematics. My dream is to be a teacher and I enjoy doing housework with my mother. My father is a taxi driver and my mother works in a garment factory. They earn very little ($3 or $4 a day) and cannot support us, but want us to have an education.

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LEAKNA KUN

My birthday is February 3, 2006 and I am in the 5th grade. My mother and father are divorced and I don't see my father or get support from him. My mother works in a factory and makes very little money, and we struggle for food and our education. My brother and I live with our mother, but she doesn't have her own house. My favorite subject in school is mathematics, and when I grow up I want to work in an office.

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MONINEAT HIA

My birthday is November 2, 2010 and I am in the 2nd grade. My father is a motor taxi driver and my mother works in a garment factory. They earn very little money and not enough for food and my education. I enjoy doing house work with my mom. When I grow up I want to become a teacher.

 

CAMBODIA FACTS

In Cambodia, the head is regarded as the highest part of the body and shouldn’t be touched even in the kindest manner. It’s considered disrespectful to let your feet or soles to point at people or things, so the feet must be tucked in when sitting.