October 2017: Boston-area high school students write successful grants.
Congratulations to Samira Wolf, at Falmouth Academy, Lilah Monahan, at Salem Academy, and Andrew Keating at Cambridge Rindge + Latin School for writing successful grants.
September 2017: Teanaged.com fundraising website is launched!
Many thanks to one of our Student Ambassadors, Lilah Monahan, for designing and selling t-shirts to benefit our students. 100% of her profits will be donated to buy library books and school supplies for our Cambodian students. Please visit teanaged.com for more information.
August 2017: Bikes donated for all graduating seniors.
Many thanks to Andrew and Will Keating for successfully fundraising to provide bikes for every graduate. This is the third year that they have succeeded to help our graduates so that they can manage the long distance to high school. Thank you, Andrew and Will!
January 2017: Falmouth Academy Students raise funds for our school garden.
Congratulations to Student Ambassador, Samira Wolf, and her friends at the Falmouth Academy on Cape Cod. Together they raised $2500 to help fund our school garden. To learn more about the garden, visit this page.
November 2016: Boston-area high school students receive grant awards
Congratulations to Andrew Keating and Natalie Marusiak for writing successful grant applications! Andrew, a student at Cambridge Ridge and Latin High School, raised $1,000 to buy bikes for 2017 graduates to help them get to high school. Natalie, a Belmont High School junior, succeeding in raising $1,000 for school supplies. Well done!
November 2016: School is open again!
Extensive school supplies, athletic equipment, teacher supplies, and classroom upgrades were donated for our largest group of students ever: 180.
August 2016: Vanderbilt Grant Award
High school senior, Doug Robbins, wrote a successful grant to the Vanderbilt Trust for $4,000 to help cover the costs of our technology and English literacy program. Congratulations and thank you, Doug!
July 2016: New Library Books
Fourteen Educators from Lowell, Massachusetts (home of the second largest expat community of Cambodians) donated books to our library during their visit.
July 2016: 50 new bikes for graduating seniors + a Bike Shelter for the school
Inspired by their trip to our school in summer 2015, two Cambridge teens, Andrew and Will Keating, raised enough funds to buy a bike for each graduate of our middle school.
May 2016: 175 Lucky Iron Fish
We are grateful to Lucky Iron Fish for partnering with our school as a test site for distributing the iron fish that they have created to alleviate widespread anemia. Iron deficiency affects 60% of pregnant Cambodian women.
This program was made possible by the fundraising efforts of Boston teen, Doug Robbins.
November 2015, February 2016 and April 2016: Extensive School Supplies
We’re trying a new program of gifting each student 7 notebooks, pens and other school supplies three times per year, to help families afford school for their children. These items are not provided by the Ministry of Education and often prevent children from attending school or staying in school.
These donations were made possible by successful grant applications made by Boston-area students. Kudos to our teens providing school supplies for Cambodian students.
November 2015: 3 New Computers
Thanks to the autumn Yard Sale and an evening event sponsored by the “Women in Cambridge” Meet Up, we were able to purchase 3 more Dell desktop computers.
November 2015: Bike Initiative
Following their summer trip to our school, Cambridge Ridge & Latin High School student Andrew Keating and his brother Will are fundraising to buy bikes for all of the 2015 and 2016 graduating classes. They have already raised sufficient funds to give one bike to each 2015 graduate. To read more about their efforts, click here.
The bikes were delivered to 2015 graduates and all teachers on 11/11/15.
Please help them to achieve their goal of giving bikes to 2016 graduates by clicking here to donate, or please talk to us about becoming a corporate sponsor that will sustain this effort every year.
August 2015: Books and Supplies
Thanks to the efforts of Cambridge fundraising, we were able to donate Khmer and English language books for the library, posters, globes, and protractors.
August 2015: Vanderbilt Grant Award
Harvard University senior, Megan Taing, was successfully awarded a $3500 grant from the Vanderbilt Trust to fund the costs of our technology and English literacy program. Congratulations and thank you, Megan!
June, 2015: Global Good Grant Award
Sara Hauf, Cambridge Ridge & Latin High School, junior, was awarded a $1000 grant to buy books for our library in Cambodia. Congratulations and thank you, Sara!
January 2015: Two Computers
A year-end holiday fundraising effort raised enough funds to purchase two new computers that will are now connected to the electrical grid. Our computer lab currently has four computers operating with minimal interruptions off the power grid and two computers running off solar power. We hope to add three more computers to computer lab. Please click here to help.
July 2014: Bike Donations
Two bikes were donated for promising graduating seniors who were in need of transportation to high school next year.
March 2014: Boston Student makes Album that Benefits our Cambodian Students
Inspired by her trip to our school in 2013 with The Boston Children’s Chorus, High School Senior, Ella Williams, raised sufficient funds to buy two new desktop computers for our school by recording and selling her first album. These are the first two computers we have that are hooked up to the new electrical grid.
Ella’s album is still available for purchase:
Thank you, Ella!
February 2014: Student Grant Awards
Three groups of Boston-area students were awarded grant funds to purchase more school supplies and books for our school. Click here for more information.
September 2013: Elephant Walk Restaurant Benefit Cooking Class
Benefit Cooking Class and Lunch donated by The Cambridge Elephant Walk Restaurant was enjoyed by all.
Thank you Elephant Walk owners, Nyep de Monteiro and Gerard Lopez
Simmons College Leadership Conference donates bags and school supplies to our graduating class.
Thank you, Simmons College Leadership Conference!
We Are the World Kids Foundation sell donated dresses and jewelry in Harvard Square at the 2014 May Fair celebration:
May, 2008: May Fair, Harvard Square
2008: First Fundraiser hosted by The Cambridge Elephant Walk Restaurant