their next project, the group will be traveling to Cambodia in February of 2018. Along with a playground, they will be taking educational
material, clothing and sports equipment. Their Mission statement reads: Making
a difference in the lives of others through donations and fund-raising,
to provide recreational apparatus, educational material and/or services
for youth in countries less fortunate.
are looking to you, our neighbors, to once again contribute to this
very worthwhile cause. Every little bit helps in making this dream a
reality. Within the next year, we will be raising money through various
fund-raising events. Your contribution in the form of a donation
(material or monetary) would be appreciated, as well as posting/sharing
any information for the promotion of these events. Unfortunately tax
receipts are not available, as we are not a registered charity.
Your support is greatly appreciated!
2017 Grey Cup Pool Winners are as follows:
Lorelei Beaumaris Community League
Dunluce Community League
Fe Banas Ruiz & Jamie Dyce
Baturyn Community League
Spruce Grove, Windermere Playground
Edmonton Castledowns PC Association
Drumheller Rotary Club
Dr. T. Smigas
Custom Meats Ltd.
General Mental Health Clinic, CFB Edmonton Borneo Cultural Association of Alberta
& Mark Farhat
Cameron- Fluid Hair
Gabucci – Saputo The Cambodian Canadian Friendship Society of Edmonton And Areas MEI SUN
PROJECT CAMBODIA UPDATE
Over the past 18 months the group has been compiling and refurbishing playground equipment, getting donations of clothing and educational material, sold grey cup tickets, had a silent auction, as well as numerous other fundraising events.
During the weekend of December 2nd, everything that they had collected along with all of the amazing donations, were loaded into the Seacan. Its journey now begins.
It has now been transported to Vancouver and was just loaded onto a ship bound for Cambodia.We now have our fingers crossed hoping that the contain arrives safe and sound and on time for all of the volunteers who will be departing from Edmonton on February 2nd, 2018
Below are a few pictures of the Seacan being loaded.