The Museum would like to thank to the following organizations and people who has donated money, times and artifacts to the Museum in the past:
The Dith Pran Holocaust Awareness Project, Inc. Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Documentation Center of Cambodia, One World Image, Cambodia Cultural Profile, Khmer Writers Association, Tan Chip, Mickyard Images, Dr. Bob, Riel Darrarak, Tony Thong, Matthew Steinbrueck, R.K. Airis, Ron Melnikoff, Vanna Kong, Huoy Mey, Krifa, Thuch, Thoeun, Kathleen To, Patti Gorman, Miles B. Long and many more...
The museum is cooperate with Cambodian Ministries, agencies in the US and Cambodia:
Ministry of Fine Arts and Culture of Cambodia, Documentation Center of Cambodia ( DC-CAM), National Museum of Cambodia, Department of Plastic Arts and Crafts, City of Seattle, Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund, Neighbor to Neighbor Fund, Wing Luke Asian Museum, Forest Ridge High School, Evergreen High School, Over lake School, Chief Sealth High School, South Seattle Community College, Garfield High School, Universal Peace Federation, University of Washington, Cambodian Community of Tacoma, Seattle, Lyn wood, Olympia and Everett, History House of King County, and many more.
( Left photo) - The Museum and Department of Plastic Arts and Craft of Cambodia hosted the Khmer Arts Exhibit in July 23, 2004, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Museum founder, Dara Duong has attended this ceremony.
Thanks to our past and current donors:
Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund
Seattle Arts Commission Fund
Neighbor to Neighbor Fund
Non Profit Assistance Center
The Museum of the Cambodian community Mayor Greg Nickel and delegation from the city of Seattle visited the Museum in White center to learn more about the Cambodian community. We want to thank to the city of Seattle, city council members, and neighborhood department for their support to the Museum and the Cambodian community in this great city.