Friendship with Cambodia raises money that is used to help poor children attend school. Seventy-five percent of Cambodia's students drop out between third and sixth grades. They need to help their parents work in order for their family to get enough food to eat each day. Often the secondary school is far away, so the children have to live in another city and pay for room and board.
For $360 annually or $30 a month you can support a high school student for a year.
The funds will provide a school uniform, school supplies and fees, and a bicycle to ride to school. It also supplements the family's income so the child doesn't have to work.
For $1500 annually or $125 a month you can support a university student for a year. The funds contribute to tuition, room and board, books and other expenses.