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We are proud to work toward a better tomorrow for all people with disabilities,

in places in our world where this is so critically needed, but we can't do it alone.

Your support makes our mission a reality!

This summer, join us on the journey...

This summer, we are committed to telling DSI's story and to taking you to Cambodia with us as we launch our 3rd training module, focused on communication strategies for children with disabilities. 


And YOU can help

This mission work is made possible because of our volunteers and donors. 


Get connected

on our Facebook and/or Instagram to follow along and share with others who may be interested in learning more about DSI’s mission too!

Give to support this program work

Become a monthly supporter or make a donation of at least $50 and we will send you a krama scarf as our way of saying អរគុណ (thank you, pronounced ‘aw-koon’)!

Giving monthly makes you a 

DSI Growth Empowerer!

Click here to manage your giving. 

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This summer get a krama scarf when you become a monthly supporter or make a donation of at least $50 (while supplies last) 

Krama scarves are beautiful, versatile, and a real symbol of the courage and dignity of the Khmer people of Cambodia. They have a rich, centuries-old history and are worn by men, women, and children throughout the country. The scarves we have to share with you were handmade by Cambodian artisans with disabilities and our way of saying អរគុណ - Khmer for thank you, pronounced ‘aw-koon’!

How your dollars further the mission

$25 - Provides one local teacher trainee with training and a toolkit of disability resources.

$120 - Funds travel, food, and lodging for a rural teacher to be able to access 3 days of training. 

$200 - Keeps our Global Disability Directory online for the year.

$500 - Funds the translation of our next module of training into Khmer.

$1,000 - Provides a month of in-person classroom coaching for teachers learning to include and teach local children with disabilities.

Cambodian woman standing on dirt road smiling and holding book by Pisit Heng via Unsplash.

More Ways to Give

Mail a Check

Disability Support International

927 Aspen Ave.

Red Wing, MN 55066

Offline = No processing fees!

Help us reach our fundraising goals by setting up your own fundraiser within our secure site.

Outside the US?

You can give from anywhere through our DSI Paypal account.

Double your Giving

Many companies will double contributions made by employees. Will yours?

Ask your employer

Have questions or want more information about donating stock, planned giving, or other ways to contribute? Contact us and we'd be happy to discuss it with you.

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