Hard work is rewarded. Our site is 90% up to date again. We still have some things to finish. However, you check our site again for information and the pictures of the workshops in Cambodia can also be seen. Click here for the pictures.
Our website will be put online again. Due to a communication error in combination with our travel in recent months, the site of C4C has been taken offline by the provider. We will have to furnish the site again. This will take time. The current texts on the site are outdated. Our apologies.
Today we have given the first teacher training for teachers of primary schools in the Mondulkiri province. We have explained teachers the illustration workshops that the students will get and told about the foundation and its objectives. Also we have told them that the foundation has been made possible by the large number of sponsors (companies […]
Hooray! The Colours4Children foundation has received its ANBI status. These Public benefit institutions (ANBIs) benefit from certain tax advantages to inherit and donate gifts. Click on the link for more information.
Today is officially announced that for its first pilot the Colours4Children foundation will work together with the VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas) in Cambodia.
This afternoon at 14:00 we’ve held another board meeting and a professional group picture of the board was made by Rob Verhorst. After that we were treated to a Roll Ball at Ballentent.
On February 6, 2013, Maaike Slingerland as initiative worker and director of the foundation Colours4Children put her signature to the creation of the foundation.
Maaike Slingerland, Illustrator and initiative worker of the foundation, has designed the final logo of Colours4Children.