Delivery to Kok Beng – THANKS to the generosity of all our supporters


Below is a very touching update from volunteer, Glenda Slater who is helping distribute food and supplies to the poorest villagers at Kok Beng this week…..
“Vattey and I set off for the psarkrom local market, the wholesalers! We bought mackerel, soy sauce, fish sauce, noodles, sugar, sweet milk, orange juice, coffee, and soap. We had already arranged to have 200 kegs of rice bagged into 20 kg lots…

A little donation cuts through!


This is the Principal of Koy Meng Secondary School.  A  small donation from Growing Cambodia goes a long way – the school had wanted a Paper Cutter for a long time but lacked the funds until now.
Students can now use this for craft, projects and other activities, thanks to the generosity of our supporters and a recent partnership between Koy Meng school and Growing Cambodia Inc…

  • The children are just delightful and it was a pleasure to work with such dedicated staff. This trip has been busy but very rewarding….. I am learning so much more about this incredible country and all its difficulties. I can see why so many people are so passionate about Cambodia.

    -Anne, Volunteer 2016
  • Not only do they help this new young generation learn English, which is the goal, but there are so many who are benefactors of the generosity of this group, that I am so glad I found. If you ever wonder in your life if one person can make a difference , you now know that they can. 

    -Glenda, Volunteer 2016
  • This was the most rewarding experience I have ever had as a student teacher

    -Abbie, Volunteer 2013
  • I would recommend volunteering to anyone and everyone, particularly those who love kids, enjoy a challenge and hope for a holiday that they’ll never forget

    -Jasmine, Volunteer 2012
  • Although volunteering is a giving thing I came away from the whole experience with a sense that I had certainly gained more than I had given

    -Julie, Volunteer 2014