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Siem Reap Artist Ponleu Prom Holds Charity Event for Son Battling Brain Cancer

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - In a heartfelt plea for support, renowned Siem Reap artist Ponleu Prom is hosting a charity event to raise funds for his son, Charlie, who is bravely battling stage 4 brain cancer.

The event, scheduled for Sunday, May 19th at 5 pm at Factory Phnom Penh, promises an evening filled with artistic expression and hope. It will feature a unique showcase combining a captivating fashion show, an art auction, and a display of artistic solidarity.

"The purpose of this event is to raise funds to support my son's ongoing treatment costs," shared Mr. Prom. "Every contribution, big or small, will make a significant difference in Charlie's fight."

The event description on Mr. Prom's Facebook page extends a warm invitation: "Join us for a great show for a good cause! Let's celebrate life, hope, solidarity, and arts together."

Details reveal the participation of 27 fellow artists who will be contributing their paintings for the auction, along with a fashion designer and 13 models, including Miss Grand Cambodia. This outpouring of support from the artistic community paints a touching picture of unity in the face of adversity.

Mr. Prom's dedication to his son is evident. The event description highlights his tireless efforts, mentioning that he has been "painting with his heart day and night" to create pieces for the exhibition and auction.

The community is encouraged to attend this special event and offer their support to Mr. Prom and his family during this challenging time. Every contribution, whether through attending the event or sharing it with others, can bring them closer to securing the treatment Charlie needs. 

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