Cambodian American Rescue Organization, Inc.-CARO updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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CARO and St. Luke’s Church collaboration. . .

ESL classes every Saturday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm a program
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Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. - Nelson Mandela ... See MoreSee Less

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love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive. -Dalai Lama

Please help us build a generation of givers and a foster culture of service and philanthropy. To do that, we need your "HELP" so get involved today and be a "Lead By Example For Your Children" - Ricky Tith
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About The Logo

LOGO created by Robert Say our Board of Director

THE DETAILS IN CREATING THE LOGO: This logo that we have created, had utilized essential elements in order to define the Cambodian American Rescue Organization, Inc. As a people, we needed a logo in order to give a representation of us to get recognition, also known as CARO, INC. Let us dismantle the logo into logic.

Cambodian people are usually recognized by a specific architecture in their country, the Angkor Wat, which also does appear as a design element on Cambodia’s international flag. The Angkor Wat temple depicted here in the logo above was to be used as a representation of the word “CAMBODIAN,” the first word in the organization’s title. It is a well renown structure to define Cambodian as a people as well.

American people are usually recognized by their national flag, the American flag, which contains fifty white stars to represent unity by all states within one nation, The United States of America. The twelve white stars utilized in the logo above was to signify this unity between Cambodians and Americans and a diverse population here in America. As a mutual, common and international dialogue, the composition of TIME, like each hour on the clock gave us a form of unity like the way we composed the twelve white stars. This was to create a circle in order to give the logo a uniformed appearance. We utilized the bald eagle, America’s national bird, up above in order to define AMERICAN RESCUE. The bald eagle, being symbolic as an emblem on police badges and many seals of America’s defense line is why we utilized it in this logo as well, in order to give a sense of help or rescue. The stars and eagle are combined in the logo above is to help others perceive us as the American people we are, as well, and to express the image that we too can become American citizens.

OUR MOTTO: Serving community.

The CAMBODIAN AMERICAN RESCUE ORGANIZATION, INCORPORATED, also known as CARO, INC. was established in the year 2014.

1. CAMBODIAN= Angkor Wat

2. AMERICAN= Eagle and stars

3. RESCUE= Eagle and time

4. ORGANIZATION, INC.= The composition of twelve stars united into a circle.
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President Obama's got a message for black voters. And it may be one of his most passionate speeches.

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Today we honor those that lost their lives and those that gave their lives fighting for our freedom. As we move forward as a nation, let us remember that we only stand when we are UNITED. God bless th...

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Become A Community Partner Sponsor

CARO has several Community Partner sponsorship opportunities that provide affordable options for small businesses and community members to support the festival and gain visibility in a prime market segment. In return for your donations, CARO will help promote your business online and during the event. More Details e-mail ( us.

If you are interested to be a vendor for this years festival or become a sponsor, Please contact us at or via Facebook message to any of the committee below,

Ricky Tith
Sophia Rosana Hunt

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September 12, 2017 Elections and Voting Day.
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Hello folks! Do you know where to vote on Tuesday, September 12th? Check out your polling site here below or just simply click on the link below. Please share some pictures after you vote. Have a wond...

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