Our NGO Partners

Below you will find the small, usually independent NGO’s that we have met on our travels. Some of them we have partnered and donated to, others we have met and feel that they deserve all the exposure they can get.

All of them we believe in, for their passion, dedication, honesty and credibility. Have a read through and if you are looking to do some volunteer work or would like a grass roots foundation to donate to, well, the choice is yours.

Post image for The Trailblazers Foundation- Siem Reap, Cambodia (Jan 13)

Despite a decade of growth (1994-2004), poverty in Cambodia remains high at 38%. Siem Reap (the province where Trailblazer bases most of its projects) is one of the three poorest provinces of Cambodia with almost half (45%) of its residents considered poor. *World Bank statistics July 2006. Trailblazer Foundation is currently working specifically within Angkor [...]

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Post image for Sustainable Cambodia- Pursat, Cambodia (Jan 13)

We thought it best to let this fantastic organisation speak for themselves. So this is what they had to say… “Sustainable Cambodia works with the families of rural Cambodian villages to help them achieve sustainability and self-sufficiency through wells, irrigation systems, schools, training and empowerment. Cambodian village families have been slowly rebuilding their lives after [...]

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Post image for Sao Sary Foundation- Kampong Spue, Cambodia (Dec 2012)

Sao Sary Foundation (SSF) was founded in 2006 by Vichetr Uon and was officially recognised by the national government of the Kingdom of Cambodia as a non-profit organization in 2007. SSF is fully registered with the Ministry of Interior (MOI) of the Kingdom of Cambodia as a Non-Governmental Organization (Registration No. 192SCN dating 14/2/2007). SSF [...]

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Post image for Act and Help orphanage- Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India (Oct 2012)

We are delighted to announce the details of our second project in India and the seventh for the trip so far! After meeting countless NGO’s and micro finance companies, we learned that there are many opportunities for poor people in India, provided they are willing to work for it. As we believe in providing opportunity [...]

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The Ideas Partnership

by tkos on August 16, 2012

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An NGO founded in 2009 by Elizabeth Gowing, Robert Wilton and Ardian Arifaj. They support the people of Kosovo as they protect their unique cultural heritage, nurture their environment, and educate a new generation of citizens. With no office and a small team of volunteers, the organization has next to no administrative costs. All funds [...]

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The Omid-e-Mehr Foundation

by tkos on August 16, 2012

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The Omid Foundations consist of three registered charities, which were established by Marjaneh Halati, a London-based social psychologist and psychotherapist. It is her unique vision and passion that is the driving force behind their growth. The Omid-e-Mehr Foundation (established in 2004 in Iran) is the main operating entity in Tehran. Omid Foundation USA (established in [...]

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Cycling the 25,000+ km from London to Melbourne is easy. It’s finding the right place and people to give away over £12,000 to that’s difficult! When first confronted with the adventure of cycling half way around the world, the freezing mountain tops of Turkey, the barren lands of Iran and the chaos of India seemed [...]

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