RW Supply + Design’s mission is that we exist UNTIL EVERY CHILD IS HOME. For many years, RW has provided the financial support for a number of programs at Asia’s Hope in India and Cambodia, including building a playground in Cambodia. Cambodian Director Savorn and the home parents in both Prek Eng and Battambang, are committed to deeply investing in the lives and futures of the precious kids at Asia’s Hope as well as those living outside of Asia’s Hope. Savorn, the director of Asia’s Hope Cambodia, says:
“We have recently opened 6 English classes for poor community children and teenagers. 93 children and teenagers came for these classes. Some of the university and high school students of Asias’s Hope are voluntarily teaching them English.” (The picture provided is poor quality, but shows one of the Asia’s Hope Students teaching an English Class)
Learning English is a marketable job skill and allows these students to find employment; employment helps them break out of the cycle of poverty that causes child abandonment. The kids at Asia’s Hope, who are teaching their peers, are kids who were abandoned and abused. Many were living on the streets. Not only do they now have a home and an education, they are helping other impoverished youth. The ability to support Asia’s Hope and work until the day that every child is home is solely because of the work that you do each day.
We are working for the day every child has a home.
4 Areas of Focus
- Family preservation / orphan prevention.
- Facilities that support abandoned children.
- Educational programs for orphaned children.
- Adoption grants.
RW Supply + Design is working towards the day that every child is home. Our current goal is to be involved in the lives of 100,000 individuals. Asia’s Hope offers family style care for children who are unable to live with their biological families. Many of these children have experienced trauma and abuse, but the love and care of a family style environment allows them to heal from their past. In addition to a family, these children receive a primary school education and are able to attend college if accepted.