Damson and Jenn Huon are serving God in Cambodia by meeting physical and spiritual needs. Their mission is to plant healthy, disciple making churches in villages all over Cambodia. Please pray for them as they continue serving the people of Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Neosporin. These are all medicines that we all have in our medicine cabinet. But for most people in Cambodia, they are medicines that they can’t afford. Because so many people live in complete poverty, they are struggling just to feed themselves and their families every day. So, when it comes to purchasing medicines, it’s not a priority and most people will just suffer. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can make a big difference in someone’s life by purchasing medicine needed to give to villagers who just can’t afford that luxury. You can help alleviate the pain that so many elderly go through with something as simple as Tylenol. You can help clear an infection that would become severe with something as simple as Neosporin. You can make a difference. So next time you go to Walmart or the grocery store, would you consider purchasing a bottle of medicine that can help so many people? Not only does it relieve pain, it also gives us more opportunities to share about Jesus, the one who heals all pain.
Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Neosporin, Bandaids, Peptobismol, Anti-itch cream, Benedryl, cold medicine, Zyrtex (generic), any medical supplies such as gauze or bandages. Please do not donate any liquid medicines.
Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Peptobismol, cold medicine, Benedryl, and zyrtex (generic) or other allergy medicine. Please do not donate any liquid medicines (except infant Tylenol).
You can find their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/cambodiavillageoutreach/.
They also have a website at http://www.cambodiavillageoutreach.org/.