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How can I help?


As a none-profit organization, we are constantly in need of donations and funding.

We live in a place where literally every penny makes a HUGE difference in the lives of some of the world’s most underprivileged and marginalized children.

By making a donation of any amount, you stand strong with us and others around the world with loving hearts who believe that even though no one can do everything, everyone can do something.

It truly is amazing how much can be achieved with just a small amount of funding from compassionate people like you and a helping hand from us. Here’s how you can help make a difference:

Some of the recurring monthly expenses we require donations for include:
  • teachers’ salaries
  • school supplies
  • clothing and flip flops for the children
  • basic first aid supplies
  • training to improve the knowledge of our teachers
  • personal hygiene packs for the children.


If you want to donate for something more specific, here are some things we urgently need for the school in Kampong Phluk. Please keep reading to see what we need for our newest location, a school building to teach in year-round equipped with a computer room, a room to house a teacher and a room to house a volunteer $9,500 a highly qualified English teacher – $250/month to teach a full day. There is no qualified teacher in KP to fill this role, therefore we must hire someone from outside the village to move there. This is why we require a school with a room to house a teacher. books – 120 student books and 120 workbooks – $480 Five laptop computers and a printer/copier – $2500 – Pagna is trained in IT and is extremely computer savvy. He will teach the computer classes. Two solar units to power lights for the evening classes and to provide power for the computers. – $2,468 For both schools we are always happy to receive:

  • Books for a library. Any and all books written in English and Khmer are greatly appreciated.- Art supplies and coloring books.
  • Sports equipment and games.
  • Children’s clothing
  • Scholarships for our young adults. It costs $50 per month in living expenses for each student who attends high school, University or vocational training. One year of University costs $400 in addition to living expenses. The cost of vocational training varies by program.

If you would like to wire a donation directly into our bank account, please find the necessary information on our Donations page. Your contributions and support are greatly appreciated.


Spread the word

Link our page on your website or post about us on Social Media.


Organize a walkathon, bikeathon, bake sale, raffle or auction.

Host a speed dating session for charity or maybe a pub quiz.

Get creative!

We’re happy to supply PDFs for flyers with information about our organization.


Visit one of our schools and help the children practice their conversational English skills.

To visit the school, schedule a time with Pagna.


Join our team as a volunteer. We love getting some hands-on help from like-minded people who share our passion and our vision.

Volunteers are an extremely important part of what we do and we appreciate your help in continuing our development as an organization. People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome for stays of a few days, months or more, depending on our needs. As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to work closely with our students, teachers and wider community, while experiencing the authentic culture of rural Cambodia and gaining an insight into the lives of local people. We don’t ask for experience or formal qualifications, only a flexible attitude and a willingness to help in whatever way you can. However, if you do have skills or qualifications in teaching, school administration, creative design, marketing, fundraising or anything that would be applicable in improving the school, we would love your help. As a small, grassroots organization, the help you give will make a very real and tangible impact in our school community. If you want to volunteer, please submit an expression of interest form (see link below) and we will be in touch with you via email.


Most of our volunteers spend at least some of their time assisting our Khmer teachers in the classroom, although this is not compulsory. If teaching isn’t your thing, there are always plenty of other tasks to be done such as building, fixing, painting, cleaning and working on creative projects, to name a few. Depending on your skills and the length of your stay, you may also be able to assist with tasks behind the scenes, such as updating the school website, promoting the school on social media, developing our marketing material or finding sponsorship and donations. If you have a specific skill or idea you think would benefit the PCEF School, please let us know when you express an interest in volunteering.

One of the highlights for our volunteers is the opportunity to experience a home stay in a rural village. Facilities at our two locations are very basic but authentic and the host families are very hospitable. The bungalows are equipped with beds, pillows and blankets, mosquito nets and fans. There is a western style toilet and a shower with running water. The water pressure may not be as strong as you’re used to, but this is still refreshing, especially on a hot day.

The number of hours you work will depend on your role. The school hours begin from 7.30 am to 10.30 am, then an afternoon session from 1 pm to 4 pm, then a final session in the evening from 6 pm to 8 pm. We teach different a range of age groups. Typically, you will be assigned to one or more of these sessions depending on the number of volunteers.

On weekends and when volunteer tasks have been completed for the day, you will have free time for other activities. This might include visiting the local temples, relaxing in a hammock with a good book, cycling around the local area, taking a cooking class or going into Siem Reap town. You may also have the opportunity to attend a traditional community ceremony such as wedding or Buddhist celebration.

Our two schools and home stays are approximately 26km (30-50 minutes tuk tuk ride) from Siem Reap town. We can arrange a tuk tuk for you, or give directions to your own tuk tuk driver, it’s up to you. The cost for a tuk tuk is $15-$20 one way. Feel free to contact our two drivers who know the directions to the school

Their phone numbers are
Mr Chantha: +855 (0)975346707
Mr Sophinn: +855 (0)882800678

While in the village, you are welcome to use one of the volunteer bicycles to travel between schools and around the local area.