Children's Surgical Center Launches a New Website to Help Raise Funds for Cambodian Children
People all over the world can now help Cambodian children via a newly launched website by Children's Surgical Center. They are now accepting PayPal donations to raise money and provide free rehabilitative surgery to
The website will be a venue for people to send money to the organization and will also act as the group's information resource center. The Children's Surgical Center is non partisan and is not affiliated with any political or religious groups. They are dedicated to servicing the disabled children of Cambodia and their humanitarian efforts extend to the training of Khmer doctors and nurses. In doing so, the group becomes self sustaining as it relies on the capabilities and skills of its own staff.
There is also a provision for support services and they are also accepting volunteers to their cause. Basically relying on people's generosity, they hope to be able to gather continuous support and further improve the lives of many disabled individuals.
Those who would like to donate can send in their checks payable to Children's Surgical Center. They can also make direct deposits to the organization's bank accounts and this can be done by sending an email to the group's Stakeholder Relations Officer. They currently have bank accounts in the United States, Hong Kong, Australia, the United Kingdom and Cambodia.
All donations are tax exempt as the center is a non profit organization. They also accept donations through major credit cards like Mastercard and Visa as well as through PayPal. Any person who wants to help can visit the website and click its donate section. This will then lead to a page listing a lot of options for donating as well as the addresses and bank accounts of the organization. With a few clicks of a mouse, people can now help transform the lives of Cambodian children.
The Children's Surgical Center aims to improve the quality of life for disabled poor people by providing free rehabilitation surgery. Integral to this mission is a program of training local surgeons and health workers, focusing on the development of sustainable surgical services for Cambodians. Around 500 million people, or 12% of the world's population, suffer from some sort of disability. Disabilities bring misery, reduce economic status, destroy social integration and cause untold suffering through stigmatization and marginalization from society.
Children's Surgical Centre
P.O. Box 1060, Phnom Penh, Cambodia