Christmas Giving Catalogue

This Christmas you have an opportunity to help us help the less fortunate, as all gifts featured here will help transform the lives of the poor and marginalised in Cambodia.

Please pick the option you would like to support and click the buy now option. Following this you will be directed to the secure paypal page top take your payment

Sponsor a child to go to school

This year there is once again an opportunity again to change a child’s life. The Bright Futures program run by PPC ensure that children that come from poorer families can go to school with a uniform, books, stationary and a good meal each day. Please consider changing a child’s life either through a 1 month, six month or year sponsorship.

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Good Real Men Training Camps

Agape Factory Outreach

Working with Good Real Men, Zoran Sulc visits the Agape Mattress factory that was set up by Cambodia Actions Susie Heryanto to show God’s love by creating jobs deep in Kampong Spue province where there is little beyond farm laboring to be found. These visits are evangelistic and a great encouragement to the handful of Christians there. Men are shown their need of salvation and how to live a life of integrity and freedom from sin, self and cultural evil.

£35 pays for the vehicle and driver hire for each fortnightly trip. Can you pray for and pay for one of these?

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M’lup Russey Vulnerable children support pack

M’lup Russey works with local authorities and communities in Cambodia to prevent children becoming permanently separated from their families. Some of these children have disabilities, and need special supports in order to enable them to live in a family in community. M’lup Russey carefully assesses each child and family, and provides them with the special food, equipment, training and follow up that is needed to keep each child safe and cared for at home.

A Support Pack for 1 vulnerable child costs £10

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Prison Fellowship Cambodia food packs

This Christmas we are again appealing for funds to offer prisoners and children of prisoners a food pack. Last year we had a good response but we would like to be able to support this ongoing need that prisoners and their families face every day as prisoners are only given basic essentials while being incarcerated and depend on family to help them. Furthermore, many of their children and families suffer as a result of being in prison.  Each £5 prisoner food pack will contain packs of noodles, tins of fish and fruit juices. Each £5 children pack will contain rice, tinned fish and noodles.

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