Our mission is to reach out to children at risk and their families in Cambodia by a holistic approach. We want to see the value of the poor and needy restored and their lives empowered through the hope that is in Jesus Christ.
We run several programs that reaches out to the poor in a community located about 30 min outside of Phnom Penh.
Kid’s Club: A two-hour weekly gathering packed full of creative activities and teachings that give younger children, ages 6 to 13, an opportunity to expand their knowledge of Bible, English, art, drama, music, sports, and health.
School support program: Designed to teach families the value of education and the impact it makes on your child’s future, as well as gives families who are financially incapable a chance to support their child’s education.
Family support program: Restoring dignity and value in the family unit, to inspire families to work together, learn from each other, and come to the realization that they can change for the better. This is done through weekly Cell Groups and monthly Parenting Groups. We also have a Playground & Library.
Youth Group and Activities: For ages 14 to 21, meets once a week to inspire teenagers to become leaders in their schools and community, gain knowledge of the bible and its values, and how to grow in character and wisdom. We also provide regular sports programs to keep them healthy and active.
Social issues awareness: Periodic seminars focused on bringing awareness of current problems and matters (Hygiene, HIV/Aids, Substance Abuse, Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation, etc.) in order to bring about prevention to protect Cambodia’s future. We also keep in contact with other organizations to broaden our area of training and awareness in order to make a greater impact in the communities.
Health care: Weekly medical check-ups and teachings that keep families up to date on basic healthcare, hygiene, and prevention of common illnesses in Cambodia, providing vitamins, basic medicine and lice shampoo. We give emergency Medical Assistance for those who cannot afford to get proper treatment for serious illnesses, as well as support for home and hospital births for pregnant women.
Team building: Keeping our own staff and projects up to date through local networks and trainings on community development, as well as extra trainings according to the staff personal strengths and giftings. We meet weekly to encourage and evaluate each staff and project so we can grow together as a team and provide the best care we can offer to the community.