The Sihanoukville Children’s Home provides a safe place for children in war-torn Cambodia. There they receive education, training, and the hope and love of Jesus. Join Central Assembly in support of their mission.
The Assemblies of God World Missions began humanitarian work in Cambodia in 1990. Due to the needs of this war-torn country, a children’s home was established to care for abandoned and orphaned children. Over the past twenty-six years countless children have been rescued from life-threatening situations of abuse and trafficking.
Brett and Susan VanderMolen became the directors of Sihanoukville Children’s Home in January 2013. They use their gift of compassion to pour into the lives of the children at Sihanoukville Children's Home, training them for godly service. They also lead the staff and teachers at the orphanage and school.
You can help:
• $5,000 will support 40 children for a month.
• $1,250 will support 40 children for a week.
• $125 will support 1 child for a month.
• Any amount will make a difference!