Announcing a Trip to Our Village in Cambodia
You are invited to join us on a 6-day trip to Battambang to see our schools, English language program and our scholarship students. We will spend 6 nights in our favorite hotel in Cambodia, the Bambu Battambang. We’ll have lots of activities so you can get to know the real Cambodia. You’ll meet the scholarship students, learn about their lives, families and plans for the future. Click here for more details.

Optional Tours. For those who want to see more of Cambodia, we will offer a 3-day pre-trip tour of Phnom Penh and a 3-day post-trip tour of Siem Reap to see the world-famous Angkor Wat and the other amazing sites. You will be accompanied by an English-speaking guide. We can also arrange custom trips to Vietnam and Thailand.

Dates: The activities in Battambang will begin on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020 and end on Jan. 29.


If you are interested in this trip, please send us an email.

Banteay Srei Temple Kindergarten kids at Kaun Khlong Primary School
Kindergarten kids at Kaun Khlong Primary School Scholarship girls
Sreyneth and her mom Ready to visit the family homes
Scholarship students, Sarum and Sokny Rosha, Sreysith, Laura, Sokhom, and Sinat

Testimonials from some of our travelers

Judy Harrington - San Diego, CA
Loved the exotic sights in Cambodia, but just as cool was meeting the scholarship girls and visiting their homes. Our fun group helped teach English to rural elementary school students. Memories of the trip will warm our hearts for years. Most importantly, proceeds from this very reasonably-priced trip help finance more schools and college scholarships.
Judy Harrington

Judy Casey – Smithfield, RI
Judy Casey
I am so grateful to accompany you on the insightful, amazing Cambodia adventure. You are so inspirational … Meeting the students and their families was a highlight. Keep up the good work!

Susan Schroeder - San Diego, CA
My husband and I had the opportunity to be part of a 15-person team to visit Cambodia. In the village, we spent time with the families and at the school. I came away feeling that in many ways these wonderful people were “richer” than many of us in what really counts.
Susan Schroeder