Consider making a donation in the name of someone special as a birthday, Christmas or special occasion gift.
For each child, adult or family you support, you will be provided with a photograph and brief biographical information of your recipient. A thank you letter will be sent to your gift recipient from AMFW. Your generous support can help in many ways.
- Cheque (Payable to: A Mine Free World)
906 Fung Place,
Canada, N2A 4M3
CRA Charitable Registration Number:
86288 0697 RR001
We couldn't do all we do without their support!
Dr. Khom Pisal is a practising dentist at the Angkor Dental Clinic in Siem Reap, Cambodia
As a volunteer for A Mine Free World, she teaches dental hygiene to landmine-affected families and the impoverished in rural Cambodia, in addition to assisting with many other AMFW projects.
Dr. Pisal is a graduate of the Faculty of Odonto-stomatology, University of Health Science. She is married with one daughter.
To learn more, please go to: dentalhygieneforcambodianchildren.blogspot.com.
Dr. Khom shows families the correct way to brush by using a large plastic toothbrush and set of demonstration teeth. She lets children take turns at demonstrating the proper way to brush to the groups.
Afterwards, our team distributes tubes of toothpaste and toothbrushes to everyone in sight! We also make sure to leave extra tubes of toothpaste and toothbrushes with the teacher or representative in the village so no one runs out.
Dr. Chho Sontary, DDS is a practising dentist in Phenom Penh
She's a great dentist and has a big heart!
She came and taught dental hygiene to the children in Takeo when we distributed Rotary Wheels for Learning Bicycles to the children at Banyan Learning Tree school in Takeo province and she wants to come back there again to give another lesson.
In December 2014, she donated a case of 100 bottles of antiseptic oral rinse to take to the students at the school!
If you ever need a great dentist in Phnom Penh, call Sontary at: 012 964 200.
Etobicoke Rotary Club - District 7070
Etobicoke Rotary Club - District 7070 have supported AMFW for many years with their "Night of a Thousand Chopsticks" event. The proceeds enable future help for landmine-affected families in Cambodia - particularly those that are living in the rural areas in huts that are less than adequate and pose a risk to these families' health and well-being.
The Night of 1000 Chopsticks is a unique, fun and interesting fundraiser to support the demining efforts in Cambodia. Landmine eradication has a GREAT Canadian history, and Rotary has long been a part of it too. It is simply too important to ignore, as these mines laid years ago are still killing and maiming.
Mats Sundin commended her work in this testimonial...
Landmines are and will be a big problem in the future in places where already a disaster like war has passed through.
Vanna's Dance is a great book that raises awareness and funds for this cause.
Mats Sundin, Retired NHL Player & Former Team Captain