First Step of TMYW

Tell Me Your Wish (TMYW) is a charity that I, my friend (Malita), and 2 juniors (Vuttei, and Phanny) created it up for helping children in Cambodia. The initiative idea was started from the time that we joined National Youth Conference 14th at National Institution of Cambodia.

At that time, we watched the children from one orphanage dancing on the stage with their smile and we clapped along with them. We thought that if other orphans, street children, or other vulnerable children have a chance to dance, to study like those orphans did, then there would be more smiling face from many children in Cambodia.

And Yoshi! After talking to each another about our commitment, we began our mission by drafting what we was going to do. We firstly found name for our charity, logo, the scope of our charity, charity place, and other necessary things. We spent almost 6 months for preparing our charity. Actually, we failed many times in the process of preparing. the failure here was also including the time that we planned to meet, and discussed, but we couldn’t make it due to our tight schedule. We used to feel awkward, and worried that whether we can make it or not. Should we go on or stop?

Thinking back to the previous time that we committed to help children, so we can’t stop, and we had to go on, even we couldn’t reach our target 100%.

During December 2014, we found 1 school at Arey Ksat called “Morkot Pich Primary School”* where lacked of thirty sets of 3rd grade books. Teachers there told us that they urgently need it since the new class had already started but the students didn’t have books to study yet. Therefore, we called on help from people we knew by promoting online. As you can see at the poster below, the poster was not that good since we are not professional, so we only made thing that we could do.

Poster for TMYW Charity

Poster for TMYW Charity

As you may note in the poster , we managed to go to the school on 18 January 2015 for donating the books that we bought by donation money from our friends. Besides donating that books, we also set up other activities in our agenda such as singing and playing game with students there.

Special Performance

Special Performance (Photo by Phanny)

Playing with Students

Playing with Students  (Photo by Phanny)

Playing with Students

Playing with Students (Photo by Phanny)

 It was our first time to conduct such a charity, and because of our participants,  our charity activities went so well and it was so much fun. We  specially thank to our  donors, and participants who made TMYW charity fulled of laughing and smiling.  Also, we hope that you will join us again in the near future. Again, let me thank so  much for your donating and paticipation, and please accept our apologize if there was any inconvenience caused.

Group Photo

Group Photo (Photo by Theany)

Before Going back Home (Participants, and Teacher Phearum)

Participants, and Teacher Phearum before Going Back Home (Photo by Phanny)

Before Going back Home (Founders, and Teacher Phearum)

Founders, and Teacher Phearum before Going Back Home (Photo by Phanny)

Going Back Home (Participants)

Participants Going Back Home (Photo by Phanny)

By Virya

 Thank to my classmate, Mesa, for place information. 
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5 thoughts on “First Step of TMYW

  1. very good activity. I am glad that we have a good nation like you. I hope our nation will be improved from the educated next generation.

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  2. Vuttei

    That so great to be a part of this charity and also can be one of this charity founder too. i hope our TMYW will growing more stronger in the future.

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  3. Congratulations on this initiative! I hope that you continue to document and share news about your activities.

    All the best from Rising Voices

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