What is a Suzu! Club
In Khmer, “Suzu!” means, “To work!” or “Study Hard!” A Suzu! Club is a group of youth who have joined together to support the education of adolescent girls in Cambodia through communication, advocacy, and fundraising. All events benefit the high school students in the Cambodian Scholarship Foundation programs in Svay Rieng and Kandal provinces, as well as the university students in Phnom Penh.
Clubs can be started by groups in schools or community organizations, and are driven by youth in their activities.
Why do it?
In addition to helping our students get an education, you will meet and become friends with some wonderful young women. CASF students are...
Connection to CASF Students
Each Suzu! Club supports students in the CASF program. You can communicate with students through email and Facebook, and we will send you updates on their school progress and lives.
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Each Suzu! Club is expected to raise $350 per high school student or $1,500 per university student, which covers their expenses for one year.
Register to become a Suzu! Club
If you would like to register to become a Suzu! Club, please fill out the following form. CASF will send you materials about our programs and a link to a closed Facebook page, which you can use to communicate with our Cambodian students. We will also provide you with a packet of fundraising materials, suggestions, and a Fundraising Challenge page, which you can personalize.