This Club appreciates humanitarians that realize the only way to enable Cambodian children to climb out of the dark depths of poverty, sickness, malnutrition, suffering and exploitation, is by supporting Education.


Emily Williamson - June 2016

Feeding Dreams is an organisation that is responsible for providing free education, school meals and community support for over 800 children from the slums in Siem Reap. In January 2015 I was lucky enough to be involved with and exposed to all of the magnificent work that they do in Cambodia... Read more of this extended testimonial by clicking here

Heidi Henneberg Opp - United States - March 2016

What an amazing experience we had visiting feeding dreams Cambodia. We only wish we could have stayed longer. The children and staff were so friendly and welcoming. Most favorite part of our visit to Cambodia.

Emily Merkas - Australia - March 2016

A life changing experience filled with laughter, tears, lots of hugs and a great deal of personal growth. Great work being done by the staff here who are extremely passionate and always willing to help you get the most out of your time here

Suzie Wise - South Australia - February 2016

Volunteering with FDC was a life changing experience that I most certainly will keep returning to Cambodia for. The children are so humble and kind and the staff are so caring, genuine and hard working. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with such beautiful people and I can't wait to get back!

Ellen Doolan - January 2016

The experience at FDC was amazing. The children were beautiful, affectionate and eager to learn. The dedicated staff were inspirational. The pictures show happy, smiling faces despite the fact that the conditions are so basic. So much more could be done but more money is needed. Congratulations to Kerry and her team. You are very special people. 

Jenny Murphy - Australia - January 2016

What an amazing and inspirational team of people. Kerry and the staff work so hard to keep this very essential school open and need all the funds they can get. Not only do they look after the children who come to the school but also the families of those children. Garry and the boys did a fantastic job of building the new house and to see the emotional impact on the family today was fantastic. Great group of people to travel with made this experience fantastic for myself and Angela. Thank you so much for including me.

Emily Williamson - Australia - November 2015

Volunteering with FDC in January this year changed my life forever. I have since been back one more time and am returning again in January 2016. Words cannot explain how much I love this place and how humbling the experience is. It is so important what this school is doing and it is truly changing the lives of 850 underprivileged children in Siem Reap. The success lies in the stories, those kids who have graduated have gone on to be placed in jobs based on their ability to speak english - as opposed to collecting rubbish or even worse. I love this school and anyone who goes will too. Great cause. heart emoticon