We support underprivileged youth in Cambodia by providing scholarships for academic and arts education.
The Savong Foundation makes every effort possible to select the most deserving students and we do our best to keep our students in our program.
The Savong Foundation works with Nirmita Composers Institute and is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of Cambodian composers.
Here are some of the personal stories that make our work with Cambodian youth so enjoyable and rewarding. Click below to read more!
Our projects are made entirely possible through generous donations from people like you! We will do our best to direct any money towards the project of your choice. If a project is not specified, then the donation will go to the area of greatest need.
Savong’s dream of bringing free English language instruction to rural Cambodia started to take shape in 2004 when he met two visitors from Japan, Yoshikazu Tsuji and Makoto Kimura, and a visitor from New Zealand, Duncan Stuart. Together they formed the initial support that led to the construction of the Savong School in 2005.
Savong saw the enormous need to help the children in the community whose families were dealing with the issues associated with extreme poverty. Over the next few years, Savong continued with his ambitious projects…