Here’s something we learned today. Regular supporters of Savong’s project residing in Singapore are now unable to send donations via PayPal. This is due to a law change. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said that offering such a payment service without any underlying goods or services transacted requires a remittance licence, which PayPal does not have. Singaporean will still be able to support locally registered charities via PayPal.
This does not affect donors and supporters from most other nations. An alternative for Singapore supporters is to wire money to the Cambodian Rural Schools Trust in New Zealand, or to the Savong Foundation in the USA. Both are registered charities.