Second semester is in full-swing
The second semester of the Catch Up Class is in session and there are approximately 15 students attending. These students are picked up by Tuk Tuk (above) at the local landfill and taken to Love Without Boundaries’ school.
This semester four students had made such progress they were able to join their typical classroom and are being replaced by other students. In March, RW sent additional funding to provide the necessary resources for this class to continue.
RW’s ability to fund the Catch Up Class for at risk and abandoned kids, who have been out of school, is solely because of the hard work each of you does every day!
We are working for the day every child has a home.
4 Areas of Focus
- Facilities that support abandoned children.
- Educational programs for orphaned children.
- Adoption grants.
- Family preservation / orphan prevention.
RW provides funding to Love Without Boundaries schools in Cambodia for foster and at-risk children. Many of these children are able to remain with their biological families or foster families and receive an education that gives them a brighter future.