What a night!

Oct 25, 2016 | Events, News

Our first Gala was incredible: More than 120 guests attended, with support from 42 local businesses that sponsored the evening through prizes, donations and performances. With the support of the business community, private donors and gala guests, we raised over $17,000.

It was a wonderful evening enjoyed by all who attended, raising funds for the Cambodia Peace Museum and raising visibility of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies.

We enjoyed the gala so much we have decided to make it an annual event. The date for next year’s gala will be 21 October 2017.  Follow us on Facebook for more details about the 2017 gala and other Cambodia Peace Museum news and events.
Check out the Gala Gallery for more photos from the Masquerade Gala.

With deepest gratitude, a very big THANK YOU to our all our partners, supporters and allies.  See you again next year!

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