EYC Opens 4th School: the Impact School
We are excited to report that EYC has opened a new school to serve the underprivileged children of Phnom Penh: the Impact School. Located in a very deserving and poor community on the north side of Phnom Penh, the Impact School is located in a wonderful house that has been vacated to allow us to transform it into a school.
It is the most pleasant space of all of our schools, with a large bougainville, a tree and courtyard out front, and a spacious room that is the classroom. There is an additional room that we hope to convert to a computer lab, and a loft that is large enough for several people to live (students live in all of our schools).
The Impact School has been operating on a limited basis for a few months now, providing English classes two hours per day for children in the community. Our goal is to expand to offer the same programs at Impact that we offer at the other three EYC schools. But to add two more hours of English for little kids, two hours of English for teens in the evening, buy computers and have computer training throughout the day, as well as have a medical team come to offer free medical care one evening per week, we need your assistance.
If we can raise money to roll out our programs in this community, the benefits to these children will be significant. Here’s what we need to make this a reality:
• 6 computers at $200 each.
• An English teacher for kids – $70 per month.
• An English teacher for teenagers in the evenings – $120 per month.
• 2 Computer teachers – $50 per month each.
Please make a donation – it will make a difference in our students being able to find a job!
With your help, we hope to make the Impact School a full-time resource for the children and community. We hope for and thank you for your continued support!
It’s really a good opportunity for these children. They will get a better future for sure. This is the thing that i really want to do for these kids, by teaching them of what i have and i want to share every single good bit of mine to them. I wish i could teach them at someday.