Changing nations by changing lives

Ambassador - Morn Chin
Kampong Cham, Cambodia

Changing Nations by changing lives
a 501 (c)3 non- profit organization 
Morn Chin - remembering his own aching hunger and pain as a child struggling to survive in war torn Kampong Cham Cambodia, Morn is now passionate about connecting the abundant resources of others to the needs of  the people 
and country that he loves.
Who is My Neighbor Lord ...

Most of us will never experience the utter agony of holding our child in our arms as they lay dying.  Knowing that if we could only find a bowl of rice and some fish we could save them, but there is no rice and fish to be found because we are too poor.

To further add to this daily struggle for life there is often no access to clean drinking water.  Without access to clean water, families have usually relied on gathering dirty water from scum-covered nearby retaining ponds, or carrying water in plastic containers from far-away rivers. 

Cambodia also has one of the highest mortality rates due to Malaria which is a mosquito-borne infectious disease.  

This heartrending scene is one that is playing itself out over and over again resulting in thousands upon thousands of deaths a year in Kompong Cham Cambodia, but here is the good news!  God has opened a great door of opportunity for us to change this.

Through our dear friends Morn Chin and his wife Chenda, we now have the opportunity to connect our abundant resources with the daily life and death struggle and needs of these beautiful people to bring reallife-saving change.

"And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength: this is the first commandment. And the second is like, namely this, You shall love your neighbor as yourself. There is no other commandment greater than these."  

(reference the book of Mark 12:30-31)

$65 feeds a family of 4 for 1 month.

Build community well: 
$750 provides clean water for up to 5 families.  

Mosquito nets:
the single most effective way of preventing Malaria.

Future projects include building a facility to provide training and resources to enable villages to be able to provide for their
own families.

 All Donations Are Tax Deductible  -
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