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Care & Compassion Campaign Completed!

 

200 Orphanages helped raise $15,000 to provide safety, shelter, and sustainability for 50 orphan children residing at Sihanoukville Children’s Home in Cambodia.

The home in Cambodia now has dining hall with a new roof, and a freshly painted and repaired security wall surrounding the complex. Donor funds were sent and the children are delighted and proud of their new dining hall!

Directors Brett and Susan VanderMolen have devoted their lives to providing compassion and care to orphans in the home. We know you care too, even if you can’t be there to serve. You can show your support by helping bring the home’s current projects to fruition through your donations to the Compassion & Care Campaign.

Current needs Completed!

  • Dining hall roof repair : $8,500 (Sent late 2016)
  • Security wall: $6,000(Sent early 2017)
  • Playground equipment: $8,000. (Funded by another group)

 

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Sihanoukville Children’s Home is dedicated to providing a safe place for training up children, offering them an opportunity for education, hope, and love. There are currently 50 children in the home ranging in age from infancy to high school. The VanderMolen’s believe each child is a miracle and handpicked from God to be in the home. It is their mission and call to see each child loved and cared for in the love of God.

Sihanoukville Children’s Home also provides quality education and onsite life-skill training programs preparing the children for a productive life. They offer cooking, computer, English, and gardening classes; reading and craft rooms; and field trips.​ These are all meant to provide sustainability for the children so they can be productive citizens in their country.

​Sihanoukville Children’s Home is licensed by and subscribes and follows the policies and practices published by the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans, and Youth Rehabilitation in Cambodia. Sihanoukville is a provincial ocean side city in southern Cambodia, a Buddhist nation where many live in poverty. 

The United States Assemblies of God World Missions began doing humanitarian work in Cambodia in 1990. Due to the needs of this war-torn country, a children’s home was established to care for abandoned and orphaned children.

Over the past 22 years, numerous children have been rescued from life-threatening situations involving abuse and trafficking. The Sihanoukville Children’s Home is dedicated to providing a safe place for training up the children.