Updated: Nov 13, 2019
We sent $84 USD to the I See I Do campaign in rural Cambodia this month.
Kim Ny is a volunteer charity activist who lives in Takeo province, Cambodia.
He is living with a physical disability that confines him to a wheelchair and is also raising two sons who have disability. But despite these challenges he selflessly volunteers his time every day to helping people in his local village that are living in poverty.
Every morning he wakes up and travels around the local area visiting people who are disabled, elderly or affected by poverty. When people need his help he raises awareness with his supporters and raises funds to fix any problems that arise.
In addition to this he provides free education for 27 local children through a simple school that he established on his family land.
I've spoken to Kim many times and have been really impressed with his fantastic attitude and selfless work to help others. He is a firm believer in the old saying 'teach a man to fish and he will eat forever'. He doesn't like to give handouts but prefers to teach people how to be self sufficient.
Kim has some wonderful plans for his property in Takeo province. He's already started by building a school building, bathrooms and hopes to build some housing to care for disadvantaged kids ASAP.
I'm very happy to support Kim in his project and hope that you will join me in helping him to create projects to help local Cambodian people escape the poverty cycle.