On Oct. 11, attorneys at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr hosted four members of the Cambodian Rural Students Trust, a Cambodian nongovernmental entity with the mission of breaking the poverty cycle in Cambodia through education.

CRST currently supports approximately 70 high school and university students annually, providing schooling, meals, health care and business and vocational training. In return, the students volunteer at other nonprofits and community-building efforts, and even run a successful retail frozen yogurt store.


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