Walk and Run for Nokortep 2016 - A great Success!

Simultaneous with Ride for Nokor Tep 2016, the Walk and Run for NTWH 2016 was full of fun and very successful inspite of the rains. They raised over CAD 41,000 in London and Ottawa bringing the hospital one step closer to purchasing the 800KVA Electrical Transformer to deliver operational power. 

A very big thanks to all who walked and ran in London and Ottawa Saturday Sept 10th in support of the Nokor Tep Women's Hospital. 

A special note of thanks to LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics for being the lead sponsor of this event and their very generous donation of LUSH products for the participants to enjoy. Great to see a team of LUSH staff coming out to join us for the walk.




The First Walk/Run for Nokor Tep Women's Hospital 2015 succesfully ended with $37,000 funds raised and with lots of fun.

Thank you to all the participants and volunteers across the country who helped further the dream for the women of Cambodia.


Janne's presence in the official launch of Nokor Tep Foundation Australia gives more meaning to the event. Khmer New Year  celebrated in the Cambodian Community (April 11, 2015) and two gatherings in Melbourne(April 12, 2015) and Perth (April 17, 2015) raised awareness and funds to Nokor Tep Women's Hospital.

On 10th of June 2015, TEE OFF FOR TABITHA Annual Fundraising golf tournament was held  at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario., Canada.

The event was a great success. It raised CAD 9,000 for Nokor tep Women's Hospital.

A huge thanks to all of you. 



November brought a “Touch of Gold” to Singapore with our 3rd Annual Gala Dinner in aid of the Nokor Tep Women's Hospital. With a ‘Touch of Gold’ as it’s theme, this stylish event took place on Friday 7 November at the Conrad Centennial Hotel, with 180 guests attending and raising approximately $60,000 towards the construction of the hospital! 

Adding extra shine to the evening were the three Nokor Tep Founders, Mr Trac Thai Sieng, Vice-Governor of Phnom Penh, Dr Ing Kantha Phavi, Minister for Women's Affairs for Cambodia, and Janne Ritskes, from the Tabitha and Nokor Tep Foundation. In a very personal and moving speech by Janne's daughter Miriam, the audience was reminded of the devastating impact of a mother’s illness or loss on her children. The evening’s key message - by giving a little, we make a big difference.

See more at http://nokortep.com/index.php/news-events/news/213-touch-of-gold-gala-dinner



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