All of BFT's programs, from the building of schools to the teaching of the children is done through donations and volunteer support. BFT projects are always ongoing and in need of funding and support, and any amount helps.
A few examples of how a donation to BFT is used to help
US$ 20 Uniforms for five students
US$ 50 A bicycle for a student who lives far from school
US$ 60 Nutrition program for 50 Children per week
US$ 80 Study materials for 10 Children for one year
US$ 100 Mosquito & ceramic water filter for 5 families per year
US$ 120 Sponsor a child to high school for one year
US$ 150 1 bore-pump well for clean water
US$ 600 Food Supplies (rice other cooking supplies) for 18 impoverished children per month
US$ 1,000 Adopt an extremely poor family for one year
US$ 2,000 Sponsor a student to go to university for 4 years
To donate, visit this link
If you don’t have any money to spare, you can still help. As Sedtha would say “I don’t believe you need to have money to help people, all you need is to care; to have a heart”. If you would like to volunteer for BFT, teachers, nurses, administrative staff or even people willing to help dig ditches and build houses are always welcome and needed. And if Cambodia is too far, then you can share this website and help get Sedtha’s story of Tragedy, but more importantly, of Triumph out to your friends and family.
To learn more about BFT and the programs they are doing, visit their website at www.buildyourfuturetoday.org, or check out Build Your Future Today Center on facebook to keep up to date on what projects BFT is working on right now.
Additionally, if you’d like to get in touch and see how you can help or if you'd like to hear more about the project, Sedtha's story or even if you're stuck on a crossword, we'd love to hear from you. We read everything, so feel free to reach out.