Important Announcement !

In lieu of our November gala, CHPAA will be hosting a Charity Golf Tournament on October 30, 2021 @ El Dorado Golf Course. We look forward to seeing you! β›³οΈπŸŒπŸ½β€β™‚οΈπŸŒοΈβ€β™€οΈ
Please join us for a day of golf, delicious food and giving! Proceeds will go towards our ongoing medical, dental, surgical missions and student scholarships.
⛳️CLICK on flyer below for forms and payments
⛳️Spaces are limited so please RSVP by October 15, 2021.
⛳️Prices(per person):
$200 (includes golf, shared cart, lunch box and dinner banquet)
$65 (dinner banquet only)
⛳️El Dorado Golf venue can only accommodate 40 golfers and 250 guests for the dinner banquet.
⛳️CHPAA strongly recommends that guests are fully vaccinated and wearing masks.
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***CHPAA is proud to announce that once again we are offering scholarship awards for 2021! Although, Covid19 pandemic has cancelled our plans for Cambodia missions we continue to support our students toward a higher education. Thank you to all our donors for making this possible. πŸ™πŸ½πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έβ€οΈ***


***Please email completed application to Chamroeun Heng, MD @ with subject, β€œCHPAA scholarship”***

***Application materials must be received no later than October 17th, 2021.***

***LINK to PDF File here:

On behalf of CHPAA, we urge everyone to go get vaccinated as soon as possible. The vaccines are safe and effective. Let us do our parts to end this pandemic together!

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Announcement of the passing of Mrs. Jasenka Stojic:We have learned with sadness of the passing of one of CHPAA volunteers, Mrs. Jasenka Stojic.

Jasenka is one of our most dedicated mission volunteers, who joined our missions with her daughter dentist, Liliana Stojic, DDS to selflessly serve the underprivileged people of Cambodia in three missions. She had special affinity with the young children and older people. Even though she does not speak Khmer and very little English, she speaks the universal language of β€œLove”, a β€œLove Without Borders”. Called affectionately β€œMama”, she was a role model for her dedication and her huge heart. For that reason, she was voted as the sole recipient of the β€œCHPAA 2016 Outstanding Volunteer Award” at our 7th Annual Fundraising Gala on November 4, 2016.

Jasenka was born and lived in Croatia all her life. She was a medical student when she first met her dentist husband. They ended up having two beautiful daughters, one of whom is Dr. Stojic. Being a devoted mother, she believes family came first, therefore she ended up dropping from her studies to raise her daughters. Jasenka’s new adventure in the last few years with CHPAA has become the highlight of her life. She never missed a chance to tell her story about her CHPAA missions to anyone who would listen. Even during the last few days of life in the hospital, to quote Liliana, β€œher attending physician would bring Medical Students to β€œMama” so that she could tell them about Cambodia and to inspire them with her volunteer work with CHPAA”.

She returned to her beloved Croatia during the pandemic in July 2020 after spending time visiting her daughter in California. Unfortunately, she contracted Covid-19 during her last hospital stay and she passed away just a few days later, on May 5, 2021.

Once again, CHPAA family is grieving for the loss of one of our most outstanding volunteers to COVID-19. We have lost a global citizen, a humanitarian and a CHPAA family member! On behalf of our CHPAA family, I would like to extend to Liliana and her family our most sincere condolences. May Jasenka Rest in Eternal Peace!

**Announcement of 2022 Mission Trip to Cambodia**
🌟🌟Special Announcements🌟🌟
It is with great excitement that we inform you that CHPAA Board Members have voted to resume our next Medical, dental and surgical mission to Banteay Meanchey province, Cambodia on the following dates.
1) February 9, 2022 to February 21, 2022 (Mission only)
2. February 9, 2022 to February 24, 2022 (Mission + tour)
Specific details about volunteer applications will be posted at a later time. See you soon Cambodia! πŸ™πŸ½πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έβ€οΈπŸ‡°πŸ‡­
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Promoting Health Through Service and Education


Cambodian Health Professionals Association of America (CHPAA) is a nonprofit organization that is exclusively humanitarian, working to promote health and social well-being through ongoing service and education to medically underserved Cambodians living in both the United States and Cambodia.


How can you help?

To maintain on-going success, CHPAA will rely on generous support from our sponsors.Β  Please consider donating today.

  • $100 Provides complete course of antibiotic therapy for 45 patients, or a month of pain therapy for 60 patients
  • $200 Provides six months of crucial vitamins to 40 children, or nine months of prenatal vitamins to 30 women
  • $300 Provides 500 pairs of eyeglasses or 900 toothbrushes
  • $400 Provides materials for 5 general surgeries or 8 cataract surgeries
  • $500 Provides a dental unit that can perform 180 dental fillings or 300 extractions in a week
  • $1000 Provides two pallets of medications that are not available to the underserved in Cambodia.



β€” We Strengthen

We strengthen community by promoting healthy lifestyles, regular check-up, and education to local Cambodians and other ethnic groups.Β  Providing communities and individuals with information about the US healthcare system.

β€” We Build Networks

We maintain an ongoing network of healthcare professionals in the US.Β  Maintaining an ongoing network with healthcare professionals in Cambodia.Β  We nurture and support the development of CHPAA volunteers.Β  We build community bonding through local cultural events and galas.

β€” We Mentor

We offer locals junior highs, high schools, and universitiesΒ  students an opportunity to volunteer and serve their community.Β  We mentor local Cambodian-American students entering the healthcare professions.Β  100 percent of our volunteering students have been accepted to graduate school.

β€” We Conduct Missions

We conduct annual medical, surgical, and dental mission to Cambodia to provide medical care services and education free of charge to the under-served Cambodian population .Β  We have completed 10 missions and looking forward to our 11th Mission to Banteay Meanchey Province, Cambodia in January 2021.Β Β 

β€”We Provide Scholarship

We provide scholarships to deserving students and volunteers pursuing careers in the healthcare field.

β€” We Organize Events

We organize local health events & fairs.Β  We conduct fundraising, cultural events, and galas.


Important Announcement !

Announcement of the passing of Dr. Linath Lim from our President, Dr. Song Tan:
It is with extreme sadness that we learn that Dr. Linath Lim is no longer with us. The CHPAA family has lost one of our members in the fight against this pandemic. Dr. Linath Lim, who was featured in CHPAA Virtual Gala on November 6, 2020 in tribute to the front line health care workers, died of COVID-19 on January 18, 2021. This death is a sobering reminder of the magnitude of this pandemic and that the front line healthcare workers are putting their heath and lives at harm’s way doing their heroic job saving lives.
Dr. Lim’s life is one of courage, resilience and triumph. She was born October 8, 1962 in Cambodia. During her years in Bak Touk High School in Phnom Penh, the Khmer Rouge took over the country, depriving her of her most formative years of education. She was lucky to have survived those horrendous years of the Cambodian Genocide.
She arrived to America in 1982, at the age of 20. After she obtained her GED, she attended Taft College, city of Taft in the San Joaquin Valley, California and transferred to California State University, Fresno. Then, she went on to graduate from Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1993. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine from Loma Linda Medical Center in 1996. She has been working as a hospitalist at the Emergency Department of the Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno, California.
Being one of the first Cambodian American survivors of the Killing Fields to have graduated from US Medical Schools, she has committed herself to giving back in community services. She was among the small group of Cambodian American Health Professionals who attended the first meetings in the early stage of the founding of the Cambodian Heath Professionals Association of America (CHPAA) in 1997. She participated in the inaugural medical and dental mission to Cambodia in January 2011 and again in 2017 to Tbong Khmum and Kampong Cham provinces to provide free medical care to the underserved people of Cambodia. As part of the CHPAA family, she is a steadfast supporter and steward of CHPAA. To those who know her well, she has a huge heart, filled with kindness, compassion and the passion to help others.
Well aware of her significant personal risks in this pandemic and out of her sense of duty, she has no hesitation in carrying out her duty as a physician in caring for COVID patients, especially during the upsurge of COVID cases of late. Having survived the tremendous hardship and starvation in Cambodia, she ironically succumbed to COVID in the line of duty in America. We all owe a debt of gratitude to the sacrifices of all the unsung heroes like Dr. Linath Lim.
On behalf of CHPAA family, I would like to extend my deepest condolences to her family. My her Soul Rest In Eternal Peace!πŸ™πŸ½πŸ˜’β€οΈπŸ‡°πŸ‡­πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
Translation in Khmer by Sanghak Kan:
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αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž”αžΆαž“αž˜αž€αžŠαž›αŸ‹αžŸαž αžšαžŠαŸ’αž‹αž’αžΆαž˜αŸαžšαž·αž€αž“αŸ… αž†αŸ’αž“αžΆαŸ†αŸ‘αŸ©αŸ¨αŸ’ αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αžœαŸαž™ αŸ’αŸ αž†αŸ’αž“αžΆαŸ†αŸ” αž”αž“αŸ’αž‘αžΆαž”αŸ‹αž–αžΈαž”αžΆαž“αž”αŸ’αžšαž‘αž„αž™αž€αžŸαž‰αŸ’αž‰αžΆαž”αžαŸ’αžšαžŸαž·αž€αŸ’αžŸαžΆαž…αŸ†αžŽαŸαŸ‡αž‘αžΌαž‘αŸ… (GED) αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž”αžΆαž“αž…αžΌαž›αžšαŸ€αž“αž“αŸ…αž˜αž αžΆαžœαž·αž‘αŸ’αž™αžΆαž›αŸαž™αžαžΆαž αŸ’αžœ αž“αŸƒαž‘αžΈαž€αŸ’αžšαž»αž„αžαžΆαž αŸ’αžœ (Taft College) αž“αŸ…αž‡αŸ’αžšαž›αž„αž—αŸ’αž“αŸ† αžŸαžΆαž“αž…αžΌαž‚αžΈαž“ (San Joaquin Valley) αžšαžŠαŸ’αž‹αž€αžΆαž›αžΈαž αŸ’αžœαŸαžšαž‰αŸ‰αžΆ αž“αž·αž„αžαŸ’αžšαžΌαžœαž”αžΆαž“αž•αŸ’αž‘αŸαžšαž˜αž€αžŸαž€αž›αžœαž·αž‘αŸ’αž™αžΆαž›αŸαž™ αžšαžŠαŸ’αž‹αž€αžΆαž›αžΈαž αŸ’αžœαŸαžšαž‰αŸ‰αžΆ αž“αŸ…αž αŸ’αžšαŸ’αžœαŸ‚αžŸαŸ’αž“αžΌ (California State University, Fresno)αŸ” αž”αž“αŸ’αž‘αžΆαž”αŸ‹αž˜αž€ αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž”αžΆαž“αž”αž“αŸ’αžαž€αžΆαžšαžŸαž·αž€αŸ’αžŸαžΆαžšαž αžΌαžαžŠαž›αŸ‹αž…αž”αŸ‹ αž“αŸ…αž˜αž αžΆαžœαž·αž‘αŸ’αž™αžΆαž›αŸαž™αžœαŸαž‡αŸ’αž‡αžŸαžΆαžŸαŸ’αžšαŸ’αžαž”αŸ‰αŸαž“αžŸαžΈαŸ’αžœαŸ‰αžΆαž“αžΈαž‰αŸ‰αžΆ(Medical College of Pennsylvania) αž“αŸ…αž†αŸ’αž“αžΆαŸ†αŸ‘αŸ©αŸ©αŸ£αŸ” αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž”αžΆαž“αž”αž‰αŸ’αž…αž”αŸ‹αž€αžΆαžšαžŸαž·αž€αŸ’αžŸαžΆαž˜αž»αžαžœαž·αž‡αŸ’αž‡αžΆαžœαŸαž‡αŸ’αž‡αžŸαžΆαžŸαŸ’αžšαŸ’αžαž–αŸ’αž™αžΆαž”αžΆαž›αžŸαžšαžΈαžšαžΆαž„αŸ’αž‚αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„ αž“αŸ… αž˜αž“αŸ’αž‘αžΈαžšαž–αŸαž‘αŸ’αž™αž˜αž‡αŸ’αžˆαž˜αžŽαŸ’αžŒαž›αžœαŸαž‡αŸ’αž‡αžŸαžΆαžŸαŸ’αžšαŸ’αžαž‘αžΌαž˜αŸ‰αžΆ αž›αžΈαž“αžŠαžΆ (Loma Linda Medical Center) αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αž†αŸ’αž“αžΆαŸ†αŸ‘αŸ©αŸ©αŸ¦αŸ” αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž”αžΆαž“αž”αž“αŸ’αžαž’αŸ’αžœαžΎαž€αžΆαžšαž“αŸ…αž•αŸ’αž“αŸ‚αž€αžŸαž„αŸ’αžšαŸ’αž‚αŸ„αŸ‡αž”αž“αŸ’αž‘αžΆαž“αŸ‹αž“αŸ…αž˜αž“αŸ’αž‘αžΈαžšαž–αŸαž‘αŸ’αž™αž˜αž“αŸƒαž˜αž‡αŸ’αžˆαž˜αžŽαŸ’αžŒαž›αžœαŸαž‡αŸ’αž‡αžŸαžΆαžŸαŸ’αžšαŸ’αžαžŸαž αž‚αž˜αž“αŸαžαŸ’αž“αžΆαž€αŸ‹αžαŸ†αž”αž“αŸ‹(Community Regional Medical Center)αž“αŸ…αž αŸ’αžšαŸ‚αžŸαŸ’αž“αžΌ αžšαžŠαŸ’αž‹αž€αžΆαž›αžΈαž αŸ’αžœαŸαžšαž‰αŸ‰αžΆαŸ”
αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αž“αžΆαž˜αžαŸ’αž˜αŸ‚αžšαž’αžΆαž˜αŸαžšαž·αž€αž€αžΆαŸ†αž„αžŠαŸ†αž”αžΌαž„αžŠαŸ‚αž›αžšαž½αž…αž‡αžΈαžœαž·αžαž–αžΈαžœαžΆαž›αž–αž·αžƒαžΆαžŠαžŠαŸ‚αž›αž”αžΆαž“αžŸαž·αž€αŸ’αžŸαžΆαž…αž”αŸ‹αž˜αž αžΆαžœαž·αž‘αŸ’αž™αžΆαž›αŸαž™αžœαŸαž‡αŸ’αž‡αžŸαžΆαžŸαŸ’αžšαŸ’αžαž“αžΆαž“αžΆαž“αŸ…αžŸαž αžšαžŠαŸ’αž‹αž’αžΆαž˜αŸαžšαž·αž€ αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž”αžΆαž“αž”αŸ’αžαŸαž‡αŸ’αž‰αžΆαž•αŸ’αžαž›αŸ‹αžŸαŸαžœαžΆαž‡αžΆαž€αžΆαžšαžαž”αžŸαŸ’αž“αž„αžαŸ’αžšαž‘αž”αŸ‹αž˜αž€αžŸαž αž‚αž˜αž“αŸαžœαž·αž‰αŸ” αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αžŸαŸ’αžαž·αžαž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αž…αŸ†αžŽαŸ„αž˜αž˜αž“αž»αžŸαŸ’αžŸαž˜αž½αž™αž€αŸ’αžšαž»αž˜αžαžΌαž…αž“αŸƒαž’αŸ’αž“αž€αž‡αŸ†αž“αžΆαž‰αž•αŸ’αž“αŸ‚αž€αžŸαž»αžαž—αžΆαž–αžαŸ’αž˜αŸ‚αžšαž’αžΆαž˜αŸαžšαž·αž€αžΆαŸ†αž„αžŠαŸ‚αž›αž”αžΆαž“αž…αžΌαž›αžšαž½αž˜αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αž€αžΆαžšαž”αŸ’αžšαž‡αž»αŸ†αžŠαŸ†αž”αžΌαž„αŸ—αž“αŸ…αžŠαŸ†αžŽαžΆαž€αŸ‹αž€αžΆαž›αžŠαžΎαž˜αžŠαŸ†αž”αžΌαž„αž“αŸƒαž€αžΆαžšαž”αž„αŸ’αž€αžΎαžαžŸαž˜αžΆαž‚αž˜αžŸαž»αžαžΆαž—αž·αž”αžΆαž›αžαŸ’αž˜αŸ‚αžšαž“αŸ…αž’αžΆαž˜αŸαžšαž·αž€αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„ αž†αŸ’αž“αžΆαŸ†αŸ‘αŸ©αŸ©αŸ§αŸ” αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž”αžΆαž“αž…αžΌαž›αžšαž½αž˜αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αž”αŸαžŸαž€αž€αž˜αŸ’αž˜αž…αžΆαž”αŸ‹αž•αŸ’αžαžΎαž˜αžŠαŸ†αž”αžΌαž„αžŸαž˜αŸ’αžšαžΆαž”αŸ‹αž€αžΆαžšαž–αŸ’αž™αžΆαž”αžΆαž›αž‡αŸ†αž„αžΊαž‘αžΌαž‘αŸ… αž“αž·αž„αž–αŸ’αž™αžΆαž”αžΆαž›αž’αŸ’αž˜αŸαž‰ αž‘αŸ…αž€αžΆαž“αŸ‹αž”αŸ’αžšαž‘αŸαžŸαž€αž˜αŸ’αž–αž»αž‡αžΆαž€αžΆαž›αž–αžΈ αžαŸ‚αž˜αž€αžšαžΆ αž†αŸ’αž“αžΆαŸ†αŸ’αŸ αŸ‘αŸ‘ αž“αž·αž„αž˜αŸ’αžαž„αž‘αŸ€αžαž“αŸ…αž†αŸ’αž“αžΆαŸ†αŸ’αŸ αŸ‘αŸ§ αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αžαŸαžαŸ’αžαžαŸ’αž”αžΌαž„αžƒαŸ’αž˜αž»αŸ† αž“αž·αž„αžαŸαžαŸ’αžαž€αŸ†αž–αž„αŸ‹αž…αžΆαž˜ αžŠαžΎαž˜αŸ’αž”αžΈαž•αŸ’αžαž›αŸ‹αž€αžΆαžšαžαŸ‚αž‘αžΆαŸ†αžœαŸαž‡αŸ’αž‡αžŸαžΆαžŸαŸ’αžšαŸ’αž αž˜αž·αž“αž‚αž·αžαž€αž˜αŸ’αžšαŸƒαžŠαž›αŸ‹αž”αŸ’αžšαž‡αžΆαž‡αž“αžαŸ’αž˜αŸ‚αžšαžŠαŸ‚αž›αž–αž»αŸ†αž”αžΆαž“αž‘αž‘αž½αž›αžŸαŸαžœαžΆαžŸαž»αžαžΆαž—αž·αž”αžΆαž›αž‚αŸ’αžšαž”αŸ‹αž‚αŸ’αžšαžΆαž“αŸ‹αŸ” αž‡αžΆαžŸαž˜αžΆαž‡αž·αž€αž‚αŸ’αžšαž½αžŸαžΆαžšαžŸαž˜αžΆαž‚αž˜αžŸαž»αžαžΆαž—αž·αž”αžΆαž›αžαŸ’αž˜αŸ‚αžšαž“αŸ…αž’αžΆαž˜αŸαžšαž·αž€ αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž‚αžΊαž‡αžΆαž’αŸ’αž“αž€αž‚αžΆαŸ†αž‘αŸ’αžšαž“αž·αž„αž‡αžΆαž’αŸ’αž“αž€αž‘αž‘αž½αž›αžαž»αžŸαžαŸ’αžšαžΌαžœαžŠαŸαžŸαŸ’αž˜αŸ„αŸ‡αžαŸ’αžšαž„αŸ‹αž˜αŸ’αž“αžΆαž€αŸ‹αŸ” αž…αŸ†αž–αŸ„αŸ‡αž’αŸ’αž“αž€αžŠαŸ‚αž›αžŸαŸ’αž‚αžΆαž›αŸ‹αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž…αŸ’αž”αžΆαžŸαŸ‹ αž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αž˜αžΆαž“αž”αŸαŸ‡αžŠαžΌαž„αž’αŸ†αž’αŸαž„αž–αŸ„αžšαž–αŸαž‰αž‘αŸ…αžŠαŸ„αž™αž‘αžΉαž€αž…αž·αžαŸ’αžαžŸαž”αŸ’αž”αž»αžšαžŸ αžŸαŸαž…αž€αŸ’αžαžΈαž˜αŸαžαŸ’αžαžΆ αž“αž·αž„αž€αžΆαžšαž”αŸ’αžαŸαž‡αŸ’αž‰αžΆαž‡αž½αž™αž™αž€αž’αžΆαžŸαžΆαžšαž’αŸ’αž“αž€αžŠαž‘αŸƒαŸ”
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αž€αŸ’αž“αž»αž„αž“αžΆαž˜αž‚αŸ’αžšαž½αžŸαžΆαžšαžŸαž˜αžΆαž‚αž˜αžŸαž»αžαžΆαž—αž·αž”αžΆαž›αžαŸ’αž˜αŸ‚αžšαž“αŸ…αž’αžΆαž˜αŸαžšαž·αž€ (CHPAA) αžαŸ’αž‰αž»αŸ†αžŸαžΌαž˜αž…αžΌαž›αžšαž½αž˜αžšαž˜αŸ’αž›αŸ‚αž€αž‘αž»αž€αŸ’αžαžŠαŸαž€αŸ’αžšαŸ€αž˜αž€αŸ’αžšαŸ†αž“αŸαŸ‡αž…αŸ†αž–αŸ„αŸ‡αž‚αŸ’αžšαž½αžŸαžΆαžšαž‚αžΆαžαŸ‹αŸ” αžŸαžΌαž˜αžœαž·αž‰αŸ’αž‰αžΆαžŽαž€αŸ’αžαž“αŸ’αž’ αžœαŸαž‡αŸ’αž‡αž”αžŽαŸ’αžŒαž·αž αž›αžΉαž˜ αž›αžΈαžŽαžΆαž αž”αžΆαž“αž‡αž½αž”αžαŸ‚αžŸαž»αž‚αžαž·αž—αž–αž€αž»αŸ†αž”αžΈαžƒαŸ’αž›αŸ€αž„αžƒαŸ’αž›αžΆαžαž‘αžΎαž™!


SAVE THE DATE!!πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰ CHPAA 1st Virtual Gala WHEN: November 7, 2020 with pre-show @5:30 PM PST!Β 

Please join us for a fun, interactive and entertaining night! We have amazing singers and artist ready to entertain you and your families. πŸŽ‰ Please like and help share. Thank you for your continuous support!Β 


We will have performances from Jay Chan Muzik, Boty Phen, Doung Virakseth Cambodia, Soup Pha, and Graffiti Gamer (Ritchie Kong).


Our deepest gratitude to our generous 2019 – 2020 supporters

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Β $5,000 and aboveΒ 
Thong Family Trust (Dara and Phillip Thong, trustees)Β Lousiana Famous Fried Chicken (Mr. Michael Eng)
Alex & Cindy LimΒ Vannarith So, MD
Salan Thong, PharmDΒ Β 
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Β $1000 – $4,999Β 
Eddie and Nancy LimΒ Cathy & Cliff Moffatt
In Loving Memory of Bruce ChiΒ Truoy & Vinaya Nor
Kestutis Kuraitis, MDΒ Hein Nguyen
Kim TonΒ Somaly & Jody Rawles
Kosal & SukiΒ PS Affairs
Lenich LimΒ First Choice Bank
Linda ChangΒ Nicole Lim
Seang Seng, MDΒ Paul & Annette DiCarlo
Seng & Sodalin LieuΒ Sopheap Tang, DMD
Stanley Black & DeckerΒ Golden Donuts and customers
Tony Chi,DMDΒ Song Tan, MD
Yaling Erin Lee & Khoung PhanΒ Anonymous
Daniel Chan, MDΒ Β 
Robert Yaga, PharmDΒ Β 
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Β $500 – $999Β 
Denon & Susan DangΒ Oeut Peralta
Frank & Vikki HuΒ Brian M. Kar
Hak Heng Sheang JewelersΒ Chea & Christine Lay
Heang Chhun Heng JewelryΒ Nary Rath Dien
Leang (James V. Horn)Β Natalie Mao & Family
Leng & Diana TangΒ Sunni’s Marketing Corp (Sunnarak Thong)
Maklyka KolΒ Neary Liim
Mao & Sovanna ChhayΒ Hai & Davyda Lim
Min QinΒ Janet & Jeff Conklin
Newport Seafood Group IncΒ Adrienne Fang, DDS
Sean MillerΒ Cambodian American Friendship Foundation
Stanley Lim, CPAΒ  A Professional CorporationΒ Cynthia Ly, PharmD
Sunthary Ly Del CastilloΒ Danny & Celestina Chen
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Β $100 – $499Β 
Irit BarakΒ Soksovanna Family
Jo DionΒ Jennifer Leng & Eddie Quach
Karen NgaΒ Anonymoous
Kheng Tea & familyΒ AP Designer Jewelry
Lay Siv LakΒ Berly You
Leslie KhouΒ Carey Cox
Lily & DaratyΒ Daraty and Phonny Nhek
Lynne PorterΒ H’s Sport Shoes
Mark III PropertiesΒ Mengly Chea
Michael EngΒ Mouk & Tary Lim
Nick & Connie PhengΒ Naomi Granvold
Oeut OeunΒ Peter & Anna Ov
Olivia NgoΒ Network for Good
Patrick KeoΒ Kenny Taing (NY Life)
Payson LedermanΒ Adelmo Banchetti
Renato GalanoΒ Alexander Lieu
Sam and Rose ChroukΒ Anonymous
Samphoun SarΒ Arthur Fine, JD
Sara-Vuth IthΒ Chim Lieng Lang & family
Sary IthΒ Henry & Helen Ung
Tha HengΒ Hong Lim
Vannee MakΒ In Loving Memory of Sou Lang Yeav
Melisa Seaberg-Alvarez, PTΒ Jack Zahniser
Chantha Heang & FamilyΒ Joe Akers
Denise DoeringΒ Justin & Jason Lim
Jenny ChengΒ Karestine Nga
Kyle and Katelyn LeeΒ Matthew & Maggie Heng
Kim Soy NguyenΒ Neil Sullivan, MD
Carol GrabowskiΒ Syna Ul
Pledgeling FoundationΒ Tevy Smith
Amara ImΒ Yanna Keam
Chan Buy & Jout TomΒ Chanwantha Men
Channary SengΒ DeAnn McAllan
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Β Up to $99Β 
Keang MengΒ Sarah Ath
Kesney SayΒ Shabnam Rahimi
Sophie WherritΒ Shaun Lee
Amanda & Chang TangΒ Suely Saro
Ath Tuot & Radina TuotΒ Suzy & Randy
Celeen HuΒ Teresa Dougherty
CK’s DonutsΒ Ve & Family
Dinasath SuonΒ Yun Yvnn
Jennifer Wertz, MDΒ Rachel New
Jout MeeΒ Soveacha Bun
Kerry KolΒ Jerry Long
Kerry LaddΒ Lak Lay
Lee & ShothonnaΒ Ricky & Bopha
Lee PoΒ Vuth
Lucia NavarΒ Beth Butler
Maria MonΒ Lak Lita
Melvin GonzalezΒ Robert Douglas
Michael PollockΒ Sofia Morrison
Paula FinnΒ Jennifer Mauricio
Sal SoΒ Jim and Annre Marie Garcia
Sanira Mao & FamilyΒ Luy Yee
Richard KongΒ Moy Heang
Amanda EnosΒ Sandy Herrera
Gwendolyn NableΒ Β 
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Β In-kindΒ 
Frank & Vikki HuΒ Lakers tickets
Clint CearleyΒ Charlie Chaplain painting
Linath Lim, MDΒ Candy assortment
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Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Kompong Speu Province 2020 Operating Room Building Project
Clifford & Cathy (Pich Boreth) Moffatt
Chea Lang Huon
Hang Chhay & Huy Ting Ung
Somboon & Pich Borin Manestitaya
Michael Eng
Bo & Robin Sokho Chay
Tony & Kech Heang Taing
Guek Jou Ung
In Loving Memory of Lok Kru Pich Yohn
Cheak Heak
Kenny & Jenny Taing
Tony Chi, DMD
Gracie-Ann Dinkins, MD
Song Tan, MD
Omnicare Home Health
Te Tech Sroun & Leng Bun
Vic & Leang Heak Horn
Visal Nga, DO
Tea Suyheng & Chea Huymheng
Chamroeun Heng, MD
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Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Kompong Speu Province 2020 Mission Meals
Louisiana Famous Fried Chicken (Mr. Michael Eng)
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Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Kompong Speu Province 2020 Patients Snacks & WaterΒ Β 
Golden Donut Customers
Lee & Sothonna
Hai Lim & Family
Chan Vuy & Jout Tom
Kheng Tea & Family
Jout Mee
Denise D. Doering
Lak Lay
Ve & Family
Luy Yee
Suzy & Randy
Muy Heang
Dinasath Suon
Sanira Mao & Family
Ricky & Bopha
Lily and Daraty
Amanda & Chang Tang
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Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β Kompong Speu Province 2020 Mission Canopy, Chairs, TablesΒ Β 
Chea Lang Huon
Chea Heak
  • CHPAA 11th Medical, Surgical, and Dental mission  to Banteay Meanchey Province: from January 13 to 25, 2021 (Mission only)  or from January 13 to 28, 2021  (Mission + Tour) is rescheduled to 2022 dues to Covid-19.