"You must be the change that you want to see." -- Mahatma Gandhi
Please, Help Us Continue the Khmer Legacy!

The Killing Fields took almost 3 million lives in Cambodia between 1975-1979.  Leaders, artists, educators, and professionals were exterminated.

Today in America, children of genocide survivors lose confidence and hesitate to identify themselves as Cambodian due to lack of heroes and role models in local communities.  In Cambodia, children as young as 5 years old must scavenge for food on streets and dumpsites or become domestic servants to support their family with no opportunity to receive education to reach their full potential in life.  Did you know that 1 in 4 children under 5 die from unclean drinking water in Cambodia?  That's 22.9%!

With your help, the IKARE and National Khmer Legacy Museum can continue to protect, preserve, and promote next generation heroes and role models so that survivors and their children can feel proud of their identity no matter where they live.



Giving of yourself is the most precious gift you can give.  We are always looking for volunteers to help us get organized and protect the Khmer community through advocacy work, help us care for and preserve the National Khmer Legacy Museum, and promote the Khmer identity by helping us plan and set up for events. 


Interested in sponsoring?

Sponsor one of the art pieces, stories, or historic documents at the Museum.  Your sponsorship will help frame and preserve these works for generations to come.  As a show of appreciation, we will create a plague with your information to put beside your sponsored piece.  

Want to sponsor one of our events?  Our events bring in a large audience who will get a chance to get to know you and your business.  Here's your chance to open your doors to a growing Khmer community by promoting your goods and services at one of the many events throughout the nation.

Want more information on how to help?

Fill out the form below and say IKARE! 


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