As an individual, you are welcome to join us for a meaningful experience as you volunteer and replace your usual touristy run of the mill holidays. Make your next holiday count!
Our team is currently scheduling development activities for 2016 and 2017 and is seeking interest from specific skilled professionals willing to invest in capacity building of the Cambodian people. So, if you are a kindy, primary or secondary school teacher, education specialist, facilitator, graphic artist, nurse, seamstress, tailor, silk screener, administration, builder or trades person, music/arts/craft lover, or have any other skills that you believe would be of benefit to the program. we would love to hear from you!
Email us from the ‘Contact’ page on the this website to request a team/volunteer application form.
‘Here’s what some of our volunteers and supporters had to say’
“I had been a part of ACC’s first trip to Kampong Thom and it was fantastic to visit two years later. I really wanted to see what was being done in the village and to see the children and how they were thriving. I have to say I was blown away by the progress in the village and the fact that they still remembered us. The village looked amazing and is so much more prosperous and the people are happy. Read More
I am praying for you guys as well as the team in the village and of course the amazing children and I truly hope I will again get to visit Cambodia. It has blessed my life, changed my life and been a pleasure to serve with you as part of a team from ACC.”
“I spent a month in Cambodia and the main idea for going was to be useful, helping Patrick and Carol in all that they needed to do. I enjoyed it very much … teaching English, Bible lessons and craft activities. What I didn’t realise or expect was that I was the one that would receive help. Read More
There is so much to do here and in the whole world. I strongly believe that we can do something and something big and beautiful as they do, beginning with loving and teaching kids.”
Having the wonderful opportunity of experiencing this first hand on a visit to Phnom Penh in October 2007, it became very clear that this a ‘calling’ requiring commitment, dedication, resilience of mind and body and God’s strength of spirit which drives His purpose for us and human compassion built on God’s love for all. This calling is not for everyone and highlights how each of us as brothers and sisters in Christ draw on the gifts of the spirit that each of us have.Deuteronomy 15:10-11 commands, “Give generously to him and do so without a grudging heart, then because of this the LORD your God will bless you in all your work and in everything you put your hand to. There will always be poor people in the land. Therefore I command you to be open-handed toward your brothers and toward the poor and needy in your land.”
We have both been very blessed in our life and we continue to enjoy God’s abundant blessings including the support we are able to provide. Even though we cannot be there on the ground with them, we know this support allows Patrick and Carol to continue this great work Empowering the people of Cambodia to realise a life beyond poverty and God’s great love.”