​Community 

Our center serves the community by offering English classes, computer classes, personal hygiene supplies, our community garden, clean drinking water and hope to our friends and families in Cambodia.



 The mission of Caring for Poor and Orphaned Children (CPOC) is to provide education, school supplies and uniforms and to the children who need them most. Support basic services at the community level by providing clean drinking water, hygiene classes and our community run garden. Serving families and their children of the Takeo Delta Region of Cambodia.

CPOC is not a church-sponsored organization, but we are in part supported by the members of Celebration Lutheran Church in Puyallup, Washington.  CPOC is a registered with the State of Washington as a non profit Corp. since December 3rd. 2014. We are also registered with the IRS and have our EIN number. You can send your tax deductible donations to,

Caring for Poor and Orphaned Children (CPOC)
P.O. Box 1361, Ocean Shores, Washington, 98569



 

 

 


our mission:

Education

CPOC serves more that 100 children each day with English classes, Khmer classes and basic computer classes. We also supply uniforms and school supplies to children that need our help. Education is the road out of poverty. Can you help?

Caring for Poor and Orphaned Children 

Give hope to those who need it most!

Clean Water!

We have dug five clean water  wells which supply dozens of families with safe, clean drinking water. The cost of one well is less than $600.00. A small price for the gift of clean water. Your donations make this possible.

Caring for Poor and Orphaned Children is a registered non profit with the State of Washington since December 3rd. 2014. We are also listed as a 501c3 with the IRS so all of your donations to CPOC are tax deductible.

Volunteer

Volunteers are always welcome at CPOC. You will be provided room and board in exchange for your time. Take an adventure that will change a life!

We want to thank the senior class at Emerald Ridge High School for making CPOC their senior project.