Kulen Outreach is supported by generous donations from people like you. Your gifts enable us to provide the Phnom Kulen children access to better education and a chance to reach their full potential. Thank you!
We are very fortunate to have countless wonderful people dedicating their time and effort to raise money for Kulen Outreach. Help them support our cause by donating to one of their fundraising campaigns.
$4,380 raised of $60,000
Jordan Glassman Fundraiser
Jordan Glassman is honored to be running the New York Marathon this fall for Kulen Outreach. Jordan has been training hard, building up to 35+ miles a week and aiming for a sub 3 hour 30 minute marathon time. He's doing his part, let's help him raise some money for a good cause!
13 days left!
$1,165 raised of $2,500
Nick and Jacob Fundraiser
In August of 2017, Nick and Jacob were in Asia together for a cross country journey through Vietnam. “Running” it back later this year, they will be racing together in the Angkor Wat International Half Marathon in honor of Kulen Outreach and the amazing opportunities they provide for rural, less-fortunate Cambodian children.
48 days left!
$14,020 raised of $40,000
New Siem Reap School Campus
We are currently building the Kulen Academy as a replacement for our current Siem Reap facility. We are very excited about this development and could really use your help to make the campus a genuine 'home away from home' for our students.
71 days left!
Our community of dedicated Kulen Outreach supporters and donors has helped us achieve our goals by raising money in the past. See their fundraising campaigns below and get inspired to donate!
$14,225 raised of $15,000
William Goodwin Fundraiser 2018
After spending some time in Cambodia and visiting Siem Reap and our school, Will decided to run his first New York City marathon on behalf of Kulen Outreach. In 2018 he did an amazing job training hard and completing the marathon on behalf of our cause. Thank you Will!
Jordan Vogel Fundraiser 2018
Jordan planned to run the NYC Marathon 2018 for us, after raising over $200,000 completing the 2016 and 2017 editions. Unfortunately Jordan was injured during his preparations, but we were very lucky to have William Goodwin running the marathon in Jordan's place.
$1,875 raised of $2,000
Ryan Monson Fundraiser 2017
Ryan volunteered at Kulen Outreach in 2017 teaching our students the fundamentals of baking and how to make an Australian pizza. Additionally he helped us raise money to build a new classroom at our Siem Reap Campus.
$555 raised of $500
Joss McDonald Fundraiser 2016
Joss is one of longest serving volunteers. She has spent countless weekends working with the students, helping them with their homework and teaching them a new game every time she stops by. In 2016 she ran the Angkor Marathon for our cause.
$104,904 raised of $100,000
Jordan Vogel Fundraiser 2017
In 2017, Jordan ran the New York City Marathon for us for the second year in a row. With this amazing achievement he raised over $100,000. After completing the 2017 marathon, Jordan even visited our Siem Reap school to personally deliver his medal to the students.
$110,500 raised of $100,000
Jordan Vogel Fundraiser 2016
Jordan Vogel first ran the marathon in 2016 for Kulen Outreach and raised us over $100,000. We are humbled and gracious for his effort and his dedication to help our program sustain itself and giving our students a chance at a better life. We can't thank you enough, Jordan.
$500 raised of $500
Mark & Maya Birthday Donation
Mark and Maya have visited and volunteered at Kulen Outreach numerous times in the past. In 2017, these two siblings decided to ask for donations to Kulen Outreach instead of birthday presents. We thank you for your kindness Mark and Maya.
$2,625 raised of $2,000
Brian Sperry Fundraiser
Brian visited our Siem Reap Campus in 2018 and instantly decided he wanted to get involved. In 2019 he returned to volunteer at Kulen Outreach teaching our oldest students a variety of life skills, arts and sports. Brian can't wait to return and teach his classes to the younger students as well.