New Give2Asia Fiscal Sponsorship Partners Deliver Critical Services to Children in Bangladesh & Cambodia

San Francisco, CA - Today, Give2Asia, a U.S.-based nonprofit organization promoting transformative philanthropy to Asia announces new fiscal sponsor partnerships with the Korean Development Association in Bangladesh (KDAB) and Build Your Future Today.

Fiscal sponsorships are designed to build civil society in Asia by allowing Give2Asia's new partners and our 140 existing fiscal sponsorship partners to collect tax-deductible donations from their supporters in the United States. 

About KDAB Mother and Child Health Care Center and Hospital

The Korean Development Association in Bangladesh has worked with rural populations in Bangladesh for over 20 years. In that time, KDAB has made strides in addressing several issues related to education, health and livelihood training. In its new Mother and Child Health Care Center and Hospital initiative KDAB will build a 50-bed hospital for women and children in the Kurigram District. At the moment, patients must travel over two hours to reach the nearest medical facilities. The hospital will provide general treatment, surgical treatment, emergency care, diagnostics and ambulance services. Expert doctors and nurses will staff the hospital, which will include a residential facility and 24-hour access for patients. Supporters of KDAB can now donate to this project by visiting

About Build Your Future Today

The Build Your Future Today Center provides the intellectual and economic tools required for children in Siem Reap, Cambodia to attain self-sufficiency and well-being in adulthood. The center offers services in education, health, nutrition, peace building and livelihood training. All programs at Build Your Future Today are based on two principles: Knowledge is hope, and peace is development. Supporters can learn what their donation will purchase by viewing Build Your Future Today's Wish List at Donors to Build Your Future Today can now make their tax-deductible gift by visiting