Your search:
  • Country ×
  • 1
    Under $200

    ABOUTAsia Schools

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    ABOUTAsia Schools supplies volunteer teachers and classroom assistants to schools around Siem Reap. The aim of their program is not simply to replace local teachers with “free”, untrained volunteers who know nothing of the Cambodian culture or how to be an effective teacher within it, but to help their volunteers learn about the culture and profession first.

  • 0

    Cambodian Living Arts

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    The mission of Cambodian Living Arts is to facilitate the transformation of Cambodia through the arts. They work in collaboration with others to create an environment where Cambodian arts empower and transform individuals and communities. They encourage the growth of artists and the arts community by promoting awareness of the arts, and by advocating for the arts with cultural policy-makers and major institutions.

  • 0

    Cambolac

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Started in 2011, Cambolac produces and sells high quality souvenirs, creating jobs for local community in the context of booming tourism in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Cambolac provides employment to a range of vulnerable populations near Angkor’s Park, including hearing impaired young adults.

  • 3
    Above $400

    Elephant Valley Project

    Sen Monorom, Cambodia

    The elephants of Cambodia need help. There is little education on the care of domesticated elephants and few possibilities of veterinary assistance when required. The Elephant Valley Project is as much about people as it is about elephants. Without secure employment for an elephant’s mahout (caretaker), an elephant is essentially at risk.

  • 1
    Under $200

    Epic Arts

    Kampot, Cambodia

    Epic Arts aims to challenge perceptions around disability by providing an inclusive arts course in the community of Kampot, Cambodia. This arts course is open to students from the deaf, disabled and non-disabled community. Students study an arts based education program in Dance, Theatre, Art, Film, Music and Literacy. The students are given a creative voice and seen as valuable members of society. Epic Arts also provides general education for children and young people with learning difficulties.

  • 0

    Genevieve's Fair Trade Village

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Genevieve’s Fair Trade Village (GFTV) accepts volunteers on an adhoc basis to assist with specific projects to help grow their social enterprise so they are able to support more people in the community. The aim of their volunteering activities is to reduce poverty for local people living with disabilities by developing their skills and knowledge so that they can earn a sustainable income.

    Genevieve’s is happy to cater to the needs of the volunteers, with flexible options available and no fees required. Click on the “Apply today!” button below to view current volunteering opportunities on their website.

  • 0

    New Dream of Cambodian Children Organisation (NDCCO) is non-profit organisation founded in 2018 to fight illiteracy, poverty, and malnutrition. NDCCO is the vision and work of one man: Kimlean Veoun. They provide free education, school meals and community support to underprivileged children and families living outside Siem Reap.

    NDCCO focuses on recruiting skilled volunteers to assist with their ongoing development towards a sustainable organisation and welcome people from all backgrounds over 21 years old.

    Volunteering at NDCCO is an extremely rewarding experience, however it can also be very challenging. But, if you are enthusiastic, committed and have a flexible attitude everything will be fine!

    NDCCO only accepts volunteers with relevant experience or training in teaching English. While, obviously, you have to speak English fluently, you do not have to be a native speaker. However, you must be enthusiastic, committed and have a flexible attitude. Patience and a smiley happy attitude will take you a long way in Cambodia!
    <—! More—>

    Before you start working as a volunteer, you will be asked to sign our code of conduct and NDCCO will always do a background check on the volunteers as it is part of their child protection policy.

    As a volunteer teacher you will assist the Khmer teachers with the day-to-day lessons under their supervision. And if you are staying for a few weeks you will also take the lead by teaching your own lessons specifically aimed at listening and speaking skills.

    Volunteers are encouraged to come up with games, competitions, role-play, and stories about yourself and your life at home in order to provoke curiosity, promote interaction and engage students in fun lessons. And if you are up to it you can also set up arts, crafts and sports activities.

    To apply, click on the Apply Today! button below and fill in the application form.

  • 0

    Phare Ponleu Selpak

    Battambang, Cambodia

    Phare Ponleu Selpak (PPS) translates to ‘The brightness of the arts’ and was founded by a group of young people who had taken drawing workshops whilst living in a refugee camp. These young people wanted to share their experience of the Arts to help the young people of Battambang deal with the trauma of war. Since then PPS has grown into an association with a network of schools providing community development by giving children, young people and their families social and educational support with a focus on the arts. The organisation believes passionately in the power of the arts as a tool for human development and social change.

  • 3
    Above $400

    Restore One

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    This is an amazing opportunity to explore and experience Cambodia. You will assist with the Restore One village projects, which include teaching and building of schools and homes, as well as connect with the wonderful Khmer people. Most team trips are based on a 2-week schedule. During this time you will balance the hard work with fun times, including an exceptional tourist visit to the famous Angkor Wat temples in Siem Reap.

  • 0

    Safe Haven

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Safe Haven provides intervention and support for children with disabilities and medical issues, giving them access to the medical and therapeutic resources they need. The organization needs occupational therapists in a wide range of specialties.