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Donate & Support CKS

By donating or becoming a member, you are supporting connections between Cambodian scholars, students, and artists with their international colleagues, for the purpose of fostering understanding of Cambodia and Southeast Asia

Your contribution is vital to our continued growth.

More Ways to Donate

By making a gift through our Facebook page, you help CKS save on processing fees. Facebook covers credit card transaction fees on your charitable gift.

If you shop at Amazon, please choose CKS as your Smile charity. Your price does not change, and CKS receives up to 0.5% of every purchase. 

Shop Amazon Smile for CKS.

Please see our instructions to donate by wire or electronic transfer. Kindly send notification of your gift to receive an acknowledgement and tax receipt.  

Stock, books, and other gifts

Please contact the CKS US Office for assistance making special gifts, or call +1 (212) 980-6628.

Donor Advised Funds

A donor advised fund is a charitable giving program that allows you to combine the most favorable tax benefits with the flexibility to support your favorite causes.

CKS accepts gifts from all Donor Advised Funds, even if yours is not in the DAF Direct tool above.

Thank you for considering a special memorial donation in honor of distinguished CKS Board Members.

How you help

Support CKS’s Library fund for acquisition of books, equipment and computers, and the ongoing training of our Cambodian librarians.

Support important CKS public outreach for free lectures, workshops and conferences, publications on contemporary and historical topics, and translation of essential educational texts into Khmer.

Support training of junior faculty at the universities to rebuild higher education after its deliberate destruction by the Khmer Rouge.

Annual Fund Membership categories

Director’s Circle ($35,000 and up)

Patrons ($20,000-$34,999)

Sponsors ($10,000-$19,999)

Supporting Members ($1,000-$9,999)

Members ($100-$999)

We are grateful for your support!

Contributions are generally tax-deductible.  The Center for Khmer Studies is recognized in the U.S. as a tax-exempt institution under article 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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