Tabitha Foundation Canada

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Patron:
Her Excellency
the Right Honourable
Michaëlle Jean
C.C., C.M.M., C.O.M., C.D.
Governor General and Commander in Chief of Canada (2005-2010)


 

With the well program, Tabitha provides communities with clean, accessible water

Tabitha in the news!

UNSUNG HEROES CAMBODIA Names Tabitha Foundation in Best Volunteering in Cambodia in New Book that Honours NGO Work Across All Categories. Read more...http://www.newswire.net/newsroom/pr/00081355-unsung-heroes-cambodia-tabitha.html


 

Alternative Gifts from Tabitha

Give the gift that keeps on giving:
Purchase a gift of a BICYCLE, PIGLETS, or CLEAN WATER for any occasion or support the community development program. PARTNER with Tabitha to help families achieve self-sufficiency.
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Working side by side with the people of Cambodia

Our aim is to reach out to the despairing in their communities and enable them to address their needs in a holistic and sustainable way, thereby transforming their lives to fruitfulness, dignity and beauty.

Tabitha’s current programs affect 1.6% of Cambodians; presently over 500,000 people in fifteen provinces of the country. Since 1994, Tabitha has lifted more than 2.6 million Cambodians out of poverty and despair, into lives of dignity, hope and active participation in their communities.
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News & Events:

Tee off for Tabitha
Fundraising Golf Tournament
Wednesday, June 11th
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
raised over $9000 for Wells and House building.
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Latest Update from Cambodia

May, 2014
House building has had an enormous impact on so many people over the years. So many of you have shared with us your own personal impacts. I often get the question - but what about Cambodians?
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2012/13 Annual Report from Tabitha-Cambodia