THE WAT OPOT COMMUNITY CENTER

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The COVID pandemic as well as the organized effort of major programs, such as UNICEF, the US Embassy, and World Vision, to close and defund Cambodian orphanages, has had a big effect on funding sources. Fortunately for us, we were able to provide cremation services for nearly 200 COVID victims, which gave us a steady income during the last year. New funding sources, however, are now being sought as we are still in a position to keep our doors open and are being asked to accept new children from Social Services as well as to take in some of the children from programs that are closing because of a lack of funding.

It has become apparent that if we are to continue to be a community for Vulnerable children in Cambodia, we are going to have to become more self-sufficient. The following is the accounting of the funds for The Wat Opot Community and includes those funds we raised this month by working together, as well as the funds from other donations.

FOR SUPPORT OF THE WAT OPOT COMMUNITY ONLY

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN FUNDING OTHER PROJECTS CONTACT THEM BY E-MAIL

To Make a tax-deductible donation to the Wat Opot Children’s Fund in the U.S. please follow the directions on this link https://www.wocf.us/donate/

In order to make an offline donation we ask that you please complete a bank transfer into our bank here in Cambodia, using the details below.

Intermediary Institution / Field 56
Standard Chartered Bank, New York, USA

Swift Code: SCBLUS33
FED ABA: 026002561
CHIPS: 0256

Account with Institution / Field 57A
ACLEDA Bank Plc., Head Office, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Swift Code: ACLBKHPP
CHIPS UID: 415637

Beneficiary Customer / Field 59
Beneficiary Name: PARTNERS IN COMPASSION-PC
Account Number: 3459-01441589-1-7

If an address is required it is: Sramouch He Village, Chambok Commune, Baty District, Takeo, Cambodia.

A donor once suggested that giving to HIV, AIDS, and other vulnerable children was a thing of the past and that there were now, other more important causes to give to. My response was “What is the point of saving a life if you are not going to provide an opportunity for that Life to be meaningful?” Wat Opot is a refuge for the Vulnerable children who now live here, but it is also a place to return to when the going gets tough and for that reason, we are very grateful for those who continue to support us.

THE WAT OPOT CHILDREN’S STAFF

WAT OPOT COMMUNITY CENTER FUNDS

OCTOBER 2022 INCOME/EXPENSE

A PDF, NUMBERS, or EXCEL FILE OF THE EXPENSES IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

PARTNERS IN COMPASSION-PC BANK
FOOD($949.00)
STAFF($2,327.50)
RESIDENTS($23.00)
EDUCATION($422.98)
UTILITIES($110.25)
VEHICLES($170.00)
SUPPLIES($401.25)
MEDICAL($259.00)
GROUNDS($5.00)
ADMIN($25.00)
ALUMNI($115.50)
COMMUNITY($55.00)
DONATIONS$8,065.00




WAT OPOT SUSTAINABLE FUNDS
GARDEN($630.00)
POULTRY$233.70
FISH$0.00
LIVESTOCK($48.75)
CAFE($20.18)
RESIDENTS($135.01)
ALUMNI($60.75)
SUPPLIES($59.00)
ACTIVITIES($180.50)
CAMPUS($110.50)
MEMORIAL($3.25)
COMMUNITY$0.00
OTHER$0.00
DONATIONS$2,220.00


AVAILABLE FUNDS FOR WAT OPOT CHILDREN’S COMMUNITY
ACELEDA / PARTNERS IN COMPASSION-PC$12,662.62
ACELEDA / Wayne$9,275.91
PARTNERS IN COMPASSION MICRO FINANCE$5,000.00
Cash on hand $US$1,600.00
Cash on hand KHR$566.63
WOCC Funds$19,637.62

Waynes FUNDS$9,467.54

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