Free Education for Poor Children
We offer free schooling and education to the poor under-privileged children of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Help support their eduction by donating used goods.
Please share and like this story of need - thank you <3 A Wednesday story of gratitude and thanks and a shout of need to all our Feeding Dreams Cambodian supporters and friends. A further second BIG thank you to Jean and Nicole from the Shining Stars Foundation Street Outreach Service.
Don't Get So Busy Making A Living, that you FORGET to Make a Life. Helping others is not only good for them and a good thing to do, it also makes us happier and healthier too. Giving also connects us to others, creating stronger communities and helping to build a happier society for everyone. And it's not all about money - we can also give our time, ideas and energy. So if you want to feel good, do good!
8am FDC School assembly <3 Whats your favourite memory of your volunteering experience with us ? This is a fun start to the morning and a lovely way for the children to greet the day, sing songs and skip off to class. When you volunteer with us, volunteers are introduced during this time and interaction with the sing song is encouraged – the children love it.
TGIF – Time for a cocktail! Why not head down to the training bar at our Dreams Training Center and enjoy a blue Margarita prepared and served by our current trainees. By being a customer in our facility, you are helping our youth gain the much needed confidence they require to excel in their upcoming jobs at 5 star hotels.
Every child we free from enslaved child labour and place in school systems is one more step to ending cycles of family poverty. For many of our students the few hours at school is the only time they get to be "kids" -free from the hardships of collecting rubbish and chronic hunger.
"That moment when you forget you're volunteering to help change lives, because it's changing yours." ~ Feeding Dreams Volunteering Programs offer an incredible opportunity to make a real connection and difference to the lives of impoverished kids and their poverty stricken families living in the urban slums.