Welcome Friends of the Grady Grossman School

Today, nearly 500 children attend the Grady Grossman School in the village of Chrauk Tiek, Cambodia.

It’s hard to believe in 2001 we started with just 50 students studying on a dirt floor under a broken, thatched roof.

The support the students and teachers receive from our ever-widening community of friends has created a relationship with the outside world that gives this remote community hope. They are working hard to create a better future for themselves.

Bones That Float
A Story of Adopting Cambodia

A portion of the sales of the award winning book Bones That Float will directly support the Grady Grossman School in Cambodia. 

2008 Independent Publisher Book Awards: Outstanding Books of the Year
PEACEMAKER OF THE YEAR

2008 Nautilus Book Awards: “Changing the World One Book at a Time” 
PEACEMAKER OF THE YEAR
GOLD AWARD – Memoir
SILVER AWARD – Multicultural

“Told with fierce honesty and an affecting voice...” –Loung Ung, author of First They Killed My Father and Lucky Child

Buy your autographed copy today!

Our school serves the children from five villages in the Southern Cardamom Mountains near Mt. Aural. Each year more parents choose to send their kids to school, rather than to work, because the Grady Grossman School is perceived as a "good school" with a computer, English lessons, a library, a large garden, and teachers that show up everyday!

Current Program: Treasure a Teacher
The Khmer teachers are dedicated to education; however, their jobs are made more difficult by the inconsistent payment of their $30/month government salaries. Our goal is to ensure that we have teachers in the classrooms by supporting a living wage for these hardworking men and women. Learn more 

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Best Essay Help Due To The Lecture Notes

If you are actually one of the learners that made the habit outside of note taking, then you certainly ought to have the medal for “student of recognition.” Using records is among the best things you could possibly do as the student and that we really should build this particular habit.



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Friends of the Grady Grossman School is a non-profit 
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PO Box 707, Fort Collins, Colorado 80522, USA
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