Cultivating Hope for Cambodia's Children Event Scheduled for April 26th at Rembert Farm

The Gainesville/Alachua community, together with the Rotary Club of Gainesville, is changing the lives of thousands of Cambodian children and their families. Clean water and sanitation, nutrition programs, and schools with over 3,500 students are cultivating healthy, educated young people who now have a hopeful future. And Sustainable Cambodia’s unique model is much more than “aid” - it empowers the villager families through sustainable economic development, education and training.

On April 26th, 2013, the Rotary Club of Gainesville and Sustainable Cambodia will be hosting the Cultivating Hope Event at the Rembert Farm in Alachua, FL.   Along with dinner, a silent auction and live music, this event will feature some of the brightest students in our Cambodian schools.   There will be video case studies and using Skype, you’ll be able to talk to our students teachers live from Cambodia.

Proceeds from this event will empower children and families with:

·        quality academic, vocational training and family support services

·        quality health and sanitation services

·        food security and clean water

If you are interested in learning more about this event, purchase tickets or become a sponsor/auction donor, visit our website at, contact Felicia Hines at or call 352.371.2075.



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