Fashion show raises $17k for Cambodia – SunLive

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Tauranga lawyer Denise Arnold, who founded the Cambodia Charitable Trust, says the event was so successful that it would be repeated next year to ensure ongoing funding for Cambodian schools Ang Run Primary and Taten Primary. Ang Run Primary was …
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Fashion show puts $17k into Cambodian schools – New Zealand Herald

New Zealand HeraldTwo Cambodian schools will be supported for the next 12 months, thanks to a successful fashion show held in Tauranga. The event, held at Classic Flyers last Saturday to raise money for the Tauranga-based Cambodia Charitable Trust, raised more than …Fashion show raises $17k for CambodiaSunLive all 2 news articles – Read More

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