We strive to keep families united, fight poverty, illiteracy and malnutrition, and help grow tomorrow’s community leaders.

Who we are

Feeding Dreams Cambodia is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious, non-governmental, “grass roots” organisation which focuses on holistic, sustainable development within the local community. Kerry Huntly, Blaed Huntly and Arlene Gormley founders and Directors of Feeding Dreams Cambodia, established this non-government organisation in 2012 to assist hundreds of starving children and their families from the Sala Kamreuk commune.

Feeding Dreams is registered with the Cambodian Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Tourism, and the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training.  Upon completion of our courses, students receive nationally recognized certificates of accreditation from supporting Ministries and Departments.

What we do

Through the strategic implementation of our seven established programs, we deliver effective and positive outcomes.

  • 1 Education Program (800 students)
  • 2 Community Support (3,000 Indirect Beneficiaries )
  • 3 School Meals (600 served daily)
  • 4 Vocational Training & Job placement (60 underprivileged youth annually)
  • 5 Y.E.S Football Academy (200 disadvantaged teenagers enrolled)
  • 6 I.T Program (200 yearly)
  • 7 Kindergarten (60 kids daily)

We have a great team of responsible professional Khmer management and staff, working alongside accomplished international staff.

We work closely with community leaders and the local government who uses Feeding Dreams Cambodia as a model of “best practice” for smaller organisations to lead the transformation of impoverished communities.  Feeding Dreams is the largest organization in our commune and has earned an excellent reputation to provide valuable services and support through our many development programs.

Feeding Dreams remains strongly focused on the care and protection of children.  We work in collaboration with Human Rights Organisations and local Government Authorities and play an active role in prevention and responding to violence against children.

Feeding Dreams receives NO government funding and is completely reliant on private donations to fund our programs and support the families in the Sala Kamreuk commune.