This is the moment we’ve been waiting for, the chance to share a fascinating in-depth documentary with you. Producer Loh Kok Hong and presenter Fadli Kamsani came to Phnom Penh, and spent a lot of time getting to know Tiny Toones. The result is this amazing piece of work we feel really captures what we are all about.
The documentary was recently fetured on Singapore TV, but we’re now releasing it in Cambodia for the first time. It features amazing dancing, behind the scenes footage, and lengthy interviews with founder KK and teacher/ dancer Slick. It’s got a lot of heart and a lot of energy, which is also the magic formula behind Tiny Toones.
You’ll see what fun the kids have at Tiny Toones, but also how happy they are to get a chance at an education, and just how profoundly that can turn their lives around. You’ll see Slick’s journey from despair to hope, but you should know that hundreds of our kids take that same journey.
We do need your support to make this happen. Every year funding is a battle for us, and 2018 is shaping up to be the same. Remember, just $10 will pay one of our teachers for a day, while $30 will pay for a child’s entire education for a month, in dance and more traditional subjects. Where else can you get value like that? If you can afford to donate, please go here – we’d be really grateful.
If you simply can’t afford to give right now, we totally understand, but do go to our Facebook and follow us so you can keep hearing our stories. In the meantime, hit play and enjoy the show.