Birth Month August
Tha is currently living with his grandparents and in Kampong Chhang, Cambodia. He spends his spare time helping his grandparents with household chores. He loves to play jump rope with his friends and wishes to make a living by building homes someday.
Your support goes to educate and feed the child you sponsor by providing the necessary curriculum, school supplies, uniform, and a nutritious meal each day of school. This means that part of your support also goes to faculty and teacher salaries, as well as basic infrastructure needs related to the school and ministry to each child.
Yes! We encourage each sponsor to write to your child. For more information on how to write your child, please click here.
Because of the number of children in our schools, we try not to single out any one child with a single gift from a sponsor. Because of this, we do not allow you to send a personal gift to your child. We do work to give each child a gift during the Christmas season. A suggested gift of $25 per child will help insure that every child gets a gift and Christmas party.
Our goal is to update you on your child two times a year. These updates will include an updated picture and information about your child.
For other questions, please contact us.
Our team selects the children with the greatest needs first. Many of these children suffer from malnutrition, are double orphans, and have very little care at home. The child you sponsor is given an education and nutritious meals.
A sponsorship share is $49/month per child and can be paid on a monthly, quarterly, bi-annually, or annual basis. Your donation can be made using a mailed check, or automatic bank account withdrawal or credit card online..
In addition to your monetary support, you can connect to your child by writing to find out how your support is helping your child’s education, family life, health, and happiness. Periodically, we will send you updates on your child’s progress.
International Humanitarian Missions (IHM) aims to apply our expertise and experience in healthcare, business, education, and technology to provide quality, effective and sustainable solutions to the pressing problems facing the stateless ethnic Vietnamese community who live in the floating villages on Tonle Sap Lake.
When you sponsor a child, you’re directly supporting a family living in poverty and investing in helping them achieve self-sufficiency.
Best of all, more than 95% of the money we spend goes to the people you sponsor and the programs that support them. That’s one of the highest percentages in the industry.