ACLEDA Bank Plc.
#61, Preah Monivong Blvd,
Sangkat Srah Chork,
Khan Daun Penh,
Phnom Penh,
Kingdom of Cambodia
A/C Name: Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia
A/C No. 22000227581016

Make a donation to DBFC now

Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia is an Non-For-Profit organization and has been avail to helps children and young in this country thanks to people and groups like yours.

What we have achieved in these years has been possible thanks to the blessing of God and the help from volunteers, benefactors and donors. We will be eternally and extremely grateful to all of them, for they sacrifice their time, their energies and their wealth to grant a better future to the Cambodian youth, who we think really deserves it.

We are convinced that a proper, professional education is the best way to keep young people away from the dangers of drugs, alcohol, gambling, vices and violence, unfortunately still popular in this country.

To continue to fulfill our duty we plan to enlarge our facilities to host more students from all provinces, to hire qualified trainers and lecturers, to improve our educational tools.To do these things we need help.

We are verifying our accounts to create an online Software for donations

We were trying to develop a software to facilitate any donation for our programs with, but unfortunately we have to put a bad score to that website for its poor attention to the needs of NGOs and charity and humanitarian organizations. They were asking from DBFC a business license!!! As we are not in a comfortable office in London looking for money to pay expensive summer vacations in a Caribbean island, but working in Cambodia for the poorest, we prefer better not to contact that kind of companies, too far from our needs, but we will try with any other organization specialized in organizations like ours.

As far as we can develop something serious online, please continue supporting our projects in the traditional way.

For the works under the administration of the Salesians of Don Bosco


Account no. 479218
Swift Code : ANZBKHPP
ANZ Royal Bank , Phnom Penh, Cambodia


for donations in US Dollars *

Receiver Correspondent ( Field 54) :

JP Morgan Chase Bank, United States
Swift Code: CHASUS33 Fedwire: 021000021

Intermediary Istitution (Field 56) :

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd.
Swift code: ANZBAU3M

Account with Institution ( Field 57):

Account no. 479218
Swift Code : ANZBKHPP
ANZ Royal Bank , Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Beneficiary: Don Bosco Technical School

* remitting Bank must send the MT103 straight to ANZ Royal Bank (Cambodia) Ltd. swift ANZBKHPP and MT202 must be sent to JP Morgan Chase Bank ( USA) swift CHASUS33

For the works under the administration of the Salesian sisters


Address: #111 WALL STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10043, USA

Swift Code: : CITIUS33

FED ABA ID : 021000089


NAME: Don Bosco Foundation Salesian Sisters

Address: #60, Str. 317, S/K Beoung Kok II, Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Account Number: 001-2-00340-0-840

BENEFICIARY BANK: The Cambodian Commercial Bank LTD,

Address : Head Office-26 Monivong Rd, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia

Swift Code: SICOKHPP

 For the Hotel School of Sihanoukville

Beneficiary’s A/C No.: 999-1-02317-7

149, Road 215, Sangkat Phsa Depo 1,
Khan Toul Kork,
Phnom Penh,


Hotel School Website

For Don Bosco Technical School and Children Fund of Kep Province

Name of the bank: Acleda Bank Plc. – Kep Branch.

Address of the Bank: Damnah Chang’aeur Village, Sangkat Prey Thum, Krong Kep, Kep Province, CambodiaPostcode/Area Code: 1149Account

Number: 3803-01-041854-1-8

Swift code. ACLBKHPP

Name of Account holder: Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia

Address of Account holder: Thmey Village, Sangkat Prey Thom, NR 33A , Kep City, Cambodia.P.O.Box: 9801 . Kep City ,Cambodia.
This bank, as many Cambodian ones, has not IBAN.

Charity Vault Profile about DBFC

The Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia (DBFC) is a Non Profit institution of education of the Salesian Congregation of Don Bosco, composed by Salesian religious (priests, brothers and sisters), lay persons and sympathizers of the Salesian work in Cambodia. It was created to support the education of children and youth in need in Cambodia. The DBFC has its headquarters in Phnom Penh and it is both a National and an International NGO. The name, Don Bosco, refers to the founder of the Salesians, Saint John Bosco, the Apostle of the Youth, who opted for the most poor boys and girls of his time (19th century) in Italy. The DBFC in Cambodia was founded on 24th May 1991 as a continuation of the educational works of Don Bosco around the world. Currently, the DBFC has technical schools, literacy centers, scholarship programs for poor children (Don Bosco Children Fund) and food programs for students. The DBFC has built several village schools in the country and it has many other programs, all created for assistance to the most vulnerable children. Read more…

 What to donate

DBFC has been possible only thanks to many benefactors since the 1980s, including the Cambodian government and other countries. To create a list of those benefactors is almost impossible.

Evidently, the schools and works need funds to continue living as spaces for children and youth from poverty. The cost of electricity, water, salaries, maintenance, skill formation of instructors and scholarships are high.

The 2009’s world financial crisis reduced donations worldwide. In time of financial crisis, those who pay the consequences are the most vulnerable. We opted to stay at the side of the Cambodian children and youth from poverty. We are committed to help them to break the circle of poverty through a professional education. We do not support a mentality of paternalism and add dependency, but to prepare children and youth to get through the development of their own talents a best future for their nation.

Any donation (from a cent to a machinery) within the frame of these principles, is welcome.
In the picture you can see one of our students, Master Vibot, holding an old Philips All Transistor radio set that was donated at the beginning of 2010 for our newest project of social communication in Sihanoukville. Anything is welcome. We are going to use this beautiful radio set for our lessons of history of radio.

Transfers using services such as Western Union are possible. We recommend to send it through the Western Union office inside the ACLEDA Bank in Kep Province. For better instructions, please contact If you need any kind of certification for donation, please let us know.

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