Donations and Support

TO ALL SUPPORTERS OF RICE4LIFE

January 28, 2015
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TO ALL SUPPORTERS OF RICE4LIFE Firstly, may we thank you for your valued support over nearly fifteen years to our work of helping the village schools of Khvien, Kok Beng and Kok Tachan in Siem Reap Province, Cambodia. Over the years aid in the form of school uniforms, supplies, a library, solar energy, sealed...

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School stall to support RICE4LIFE

November 1, 2010
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We received news today from the manager of a local courier company My daughter and 3 of her friends have decided to run a small stall of home made goodies at their school. They have decided to donate the proceeds to RICE4LIFE. Now, there’s an idea! We are very much encouraged by this, others are...

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Rotary Club of Rockdale continue financial support

October 27, 2010
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Another large donation has been received this month from the Rotary Club of Rockdale, NSW. We are very greatful for the warm support and encouragement from the Rockdale Rotarians.

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Rotary Club of Campbelltown become major supporters!

September 23, 2010
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We were thrilled to receive a very large donation from the Rotary Club of Campbelltown, NSW. They write: We were all impressed by your dedication to enhancing the lives of the students and teachers of Khvien Primary School and the great support you have given to the community. The wonderful achievements of the children...

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New fundraising committee meets

July 16, 2010
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Another group of four persons have formed as a committee of fundraisers for RICE4LIFE. Excited by what they have seen of the changes in Khvien village, they too want to “make a difference’. Their first meeting was held on 8th July with a lot of ideas thrown around in what was initially a brainstorming session.  Minutes...

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High Tea helps the children of Khvien village!

July 15, 2010
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Received this message this evening from some supporters at Denham Court Anglican Church: “Today we had our Planning Meeting for the High Tea, I took along some stuff I had (little knitted things, books etc) and set them up on Anne & Peter’s kitchen table. You will be pleased to know that we raised...

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Thank you to another sponsor!

June 30, 2010
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At Denham Court Anglican Church last Sunday, one person undertook to sponsor three students at Khvien school, that’s 3 x $25. Tailor-made uniforms, books, pens and pencils will be supplied ready for the new school year starting in Sept/Oct.

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Welcome to our fundraising ambassadors!

June 1, 2010
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Welcome aboard as supporters and fundraising ambassadors, Mick and Davina Smith!

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Memorandum of Understanding

April 21, 2010
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Memorandum of Understanding   This document represents an agreement between   Martin and Margaret Yeomans (“RICE4LIFE” www.rice4life.sg) of Sydney, Australia and   Mr HOUR Kim Hon Khvien Primary School, Siem Reap, Cambodia   Description of collaborating organisations Martin and Margaret Yeomans have been financially supporting and providing equipment for Khvien Primary School, the students...

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Recognised by Rotary International

April 21, 2010
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Martin and Margaret have each received the Paul Harris Fellow Award by Rotary International for their work over nearly ten years in Cambodia. Medals and pins as well as beautiful presentation certificates were presented along with a cheque for $500 to be used by RICE4LIFE.   Details may be confirmed by writing to: Secretary, Rotary Club...

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