You may recognize my name from my last Chapman blog post about
Wells for Wellbeing
, a pending nonprofit that builds water wells and distribute water filters in Cambodia. You can view that blog post by
But for those of you who don’t know me, I’m a recent Chapman University graduate (2014) and the founder & CEO of Wells for Wellbeing. After graduation though, I needed to figure out what to do next. I wanted to continue working on our water projects in Cambodia but couldn’t make a living for myself through just Wells for Wellbeing – it wasn’t scalable or sustainable enough through only donations. Therefore, I came up with the idea of a new startup called
KhamaiWare is a socially-conscious business that will employ Cambodians to make products and for every product sold, we give a water filter to a family. By establishing KhamaiWare, we are able to provide jobs, educate villages about water issues, and ultimately provide clean water.
In order to make this dream a reality, however, we need to raise funds for machinery and building renovations. Therefore, we set up an
indiegogo crowdfunding campaign
I’m sure by now that you have a number of different questions about Cambodia, Cambodia’s water problems, and more. I’ve included pictures of our indiegogo campaign in this blog post OR you can simply view our campaign here:
If you believe in our mission and vision, please consider taking advantage of one of our perks by contributing to our cause! For EVERY contribution (even $1), we will be giving a 15% off discount coupon for your future KhamaiWare purchase.
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