Cambodian Association of Ottawa-Valley
Sunday, June 4, 2017
Dear Members and Community Members,
As the result of the Election of the Board of Directors for 2017 – 2019 on June 4th at Tom Brown Arena (141 Bayview Rd, Ottawa, ON K1Y 4M3)
The following 7 elected board members are:
President – Lay Vuthy
Vice-President -Bun Bokhara
Secretary – Sokhon Neth
Treasurer – Sopear Tep
Board member – Samnang Eam
Board member – Charlie Lim
Board member – Srun Tan
Dear Friends at Cambodian Association of Ottawa Valley ,
Deluxe Media in Montreal is looking for a Khmer specialists to work for us as a freelance translators. Test is required to identify successful candidates (40 – 60 subtitles to translate from English into Khmer). We need someone who is based in Canada or North Americas in general, who knows the language well and can type in it (typing is a must). Please inform your community about this opportunity. Qualified candidates are welcome to send their CVs to my email address.
Anatoliy Solnyshkin, Spécialiste des services langagiers | Translation Resources and Training specialist
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group | Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Please check out the photos from Cambodian Independence Day on November 5, 2016 in our photos tab!
Hello community members. CAOV will be participating in this walk and we would love for you to join us!
You are invited to join us for a 5km Walk/Run in support of
Nokor Tep Women’s Hospital in Cambodia
Stand with the women of Cambodia for Just One Day and help to raise the funds to finish building the first women’s hospital in Cambodia.
The World Health Organization has identified that Cambodia has poor quality of healthcare, particularly in rural and remote facilities. Canadian Janne Ritskes, founder of Tabitha Foundation is one of the founders of the 220 bed Nokor Tep Women’s Hospital. The Nokor Tep vision is to achieve access to medical care for all Cambodian women – regardless of status or wealth. No one will be turned away.
The 3rd and final floor was poured in May and the roof is now 70% completed. Bricking and the interior finishing is in progress. This hospital is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2016 or early 2017, with a plan for opening in 2017.
This year, the Tabitha Run/Walk is aimed at a very specific acquisition for Nokor Tep Women’s Hospital in Cambodia. The goal is to raise the funds needed to purchase an 800 KVA electrical transformer that will run all of the hospital’s equipment including the operating theaters and radiation therapy equipment.
In order to purchase the transformer we have set aggressive fundraising goals totaling $75,000 combined between the London and Ottawa events.
Show what a difference we can make for this project in Just One Day!
Please join us and enlist your friends and families for this worthy cause!
Participate Fund Raise Donate
PARTICIPATE – Register a team, join a participating team or register as an individual! NOTE: This is a family event with strollers and dogs welcome!
Run/Walk will take place in the rain or shine.
Saturday, September 10, 2016
Cost of Registration
$25 for adults and $10 for youth (13 & younger)
NOTE: Participants who raise more than $100 in donations will have the opportunity to have their registration fee refunded.
FUND RAISE – Can’t join us for the Walk/Run? Join us in spirit for this event and put your community on the Canadian Map of Caring. Get some friends together and register with a “Private Event”. Then use the registration platform’s social media links to help raise funds. Or request a traditional “Pledge” form if that will work best for you.
DONATE to the hospital by donating to the event, a team or a participant; see above link for registration. Support this fundraiser and the women of Cambodia for Just One Day. Alternatively donate to the Nokor Tep Women’s Hospital through Tabitha Foundation Canada.
Tabitha Foundation Canada – Registered Charity Number 88939 9598 RR0001
This event is proudly sponsored by