By making a small donation, you can make a big difference to the lives of the young people in Cambodia and help HOPE achieve its goals and objectives.
A small sum goes a long way…
- Exercise book and pen 25p
- School uniform £10
- Sanitary pack £10
- 50 kg of rice/canned fish £25
- Water well and vegetable seeds £50
To give a one off donation visit www.justgiving.com/hopeforcambodia
To set up a monthly donation please go to www.justgiving.com/hopeforcambodia
Please contact us should you require our Bank details to make a direct debit in UK pounds or US dollars. Or send a cheque!
Whether organising a coffee morning or a non school uniform day at the local school or entering one of HOPE’s annual bike challnges, anyone can help make a change! Please contact us for any information regarding fund raising, pre-arranged events or support.
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Why not visit Cambodia and make a direct difference to the local economy? Stay at local guesthouses, eat fresh foods and visit the projects first hand.
Cambodia is a great place to experience, and sharing your knowledge and assisting the locals is a great way to assist in local economic development, education and other issues. However as a small and relatively new organisation HOPE is sadly unable to assist wonderful people looking to offer their services by volunteering. Given that the founding trustees met while volunteering and have gone on to establish HOPE, we do find it hard that we are in this position and have to turn people away but hope one day to change this.
In the meantime please still get in touch with us, as we often know about current positions available and are happy to put you in touch with organisations needing help. We can’t always promise to be able to help but we can promise we will always try.
Please remember that volunteering in Cambodia is very basic and you will be expected to meet all your own living costs – accommodation (can be relatively cheap c. $100-300 a month in rented accommodation), food, depending on where you eat this can be as little as $1 a meal – beer and cokes are also on average $1 each.
TEFL qualifications are not usually essential but can help (especially if you are looking for some paid work along the way). We also recommend you get a Police Check as many organisations working with children should ask you for this. It can take several weeks and involves going to your local police station and completing a form – they will then send you the check in a few weeks. Last time we did this it cost £10.
Hope that helps and if you have any further enquiries please contact us.