CABAH is a not-for-profitable and non-political affiliated association; and it bears no distinction of race, gender or religious faith. It was established on
"Teach this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity." – Buddha
We, Cambodian-Americans, strongly believe in community-based development through social participation and volunteering because this can surely bear us fruits of happiness, prosperity, and sustainable development.
We set up our goal to promote happiness, peace, harmony, prosperity, human rights, democracy and sustainability through the practice of Khmer culture and Buddhism among Cambodian-American community and local mainstream people.
- To find a meeting space or build a Buddhist temple as a center and main place for gathering of community members.
- To provide religious and educational programs which include: retreats, mindfulness meditations, knowledge and teaching in Buddhist philosophy, chanting from Buddhist scriptures, a short religious address and a traditional blessing.
- To open Khmer language class, culture and tradition education in both theory and practice.
- To provide a venue and opportunity for people to gather for cultural and religious purposes and to the community at large for a variety of activities.
CABAH is lacking adequate funding to achieve its objectives especially to find a suitable space for community gathering. So your participation and contribution are invaluable for us.
You can send donation: cash or check payable to:
Account Name: Cambodian-American Buddhist Association of
Address: c/o William Ouk
More information, contact:
Peter R. Phan: 808-783-0395
Khleang Sam: 808-389-4735
William Ouk: 808-672-7386
John K. Yin: 808-382-8598
Utey Uch: 808-783-8018