At REACH, we firmly believe that collaboration is key to maximizing the impact that we have within the local community.
We value our relationships with trusted partners to ensure long-term sustainability of our programs, international partners, who provide us services and advocacy, as well as our local partners who we work with us in-country.
Program sponsors are companies that align with our vision, share in our values, and believe passionately in carrying out REACH’s long term goals.
The following companies have showcased their support by not only sponsoring our programs, but becoming involved in our strategic planning, and supporting us intimately.
Delta Capita, the financial services division of Prytek, is a leading global Capital Markets consulting, managed services and technology provider with a unique combination of experience in financial services and capability in technology innovation.
Joe Channer, CEO shared that REACH’s commitment to not only provide a great education for our beneficiaries, but also to develop the team to reach their full potential aligns closely with Delta Capita’s values which include acting responsibly, collaborating for better outcomes, as well as being a change agent, courageous and kind. Delta Capita are proudly sponsoring the REACH Role Models Club & REACH Repair Shop.
OtherBirds, are a digital marketing agency based in Australia who have been generously supporting REACH since our inception. OtherBirds is made up of tech obsessives and compulsive innovators. The account managers, designers, and content creators at OtherBirds work like an extension of their clients’ business.
Dan Copsey, OtherBirds’s CEO, first met Emily Williamson our Founder whilst she was studying at university. Dan now sits on REACH’s Advisory Board and has had the opportunity to both witness and aid in the growth of our organisation. OtherBirds are very much aligned with REACH on the premise of shared values and a commitment to a selfless cause. OtherBirds are proudly sponsoring our Computer Literacy Program.
We currently work with the following international companies and organization which provide their valuable services to our NGO to help us drive change within Cambodia.
OtherBirds, are a digital marketing agency based in Australia who have been generously supporting REACH since our inception. OtherBirds is made up of tech obsessives and compulsive innovators. The account managers, designers, and content creators at OtherBirds work like an extension of their clients’ business. For OtherBirds, every project is a collaboration and they take pride in creating tailor-made campaigns to suit every client.
SE Asia Foundation
The SE Asia Foundation (SEA Fund) works throughout Southeast Asia, partnering with like-minded organisations to help students from impoverished backgrounds to fight poverty through education. The organisation has dedicated itself to helping children — especially girls — break the intractable cycle of poverty into which they were born and from which they are not likely to escape without some outside assistance.
Rotary Passport Club
The Rotary Passport Club of Melbourne’s primary focus is to actively lead & participate in high impact service projects in alignment with Rotary’s areas of focus, with the mission of creating a lasting change to communities both locally & internationally. Our Founders John & Emily are members of this club, working together with Rotarians to make connections and drive change.
Globalteer is an award-winning UK charity that works to empower communities to affect long term change.They run their own initiatives in Peru and Cambodia and support partner projects throughout Latin America and Southeast Asia. The organisation focuses on education, community development, animal welfare and conservation. REACH Siem Reap proudly partners with Globalteer who process donations from the United Kingdom on our behalf.
Share your message
Jo Evans is a Public and Online Speaking and Presentation Skills Coach + TEDx Speaker Coach. She loves working with small groups and individuals helping them to face their fears and grow in confidence and skills so they can share their message with others – whatever that message is. Jo supports our local team by providing ongoing training and public speaking support.
Online Courses Australia
Online Courses Australia (OCA) is an online learning platform with over 200+ courses across 20+ industries designed to gain in-depth knowledge from industry mentors. OCA is designed to be flexible and user-friendly, with courses the REACH team have enjoyed as they are highly interactive and self-paced, allowing them to organise their time as preferred. OCA are supporting the ongoing personal development of the REACH team by providing exclusive access to their CPD Accredited courses, which are globally recognised for Continuing Professional Development. Each department has access to courses based on the needs of the organisation and the individual needs of the team member. We are very proud and grateful to have access to such life-changing education for our team.
Recently established by the most experienced and professional educators in the area, SLS Training Center is language training school based in Pattaya, Thailand. Offering intensive language training courses in TEFL, Business English, and other external services. SLS has been offering our curriculum developers ongoing feedback on our Let’s Go lesson plans. We’ve had the pleasure of sending two of our curriculum developers on scholarship to attend their 120-hour TESOL course.
Advocay & Fundraising Partners
The following businesses and individuals provide REACH ongoing support by advocating, contributing and fundraising on a regular basis.
Whole Lotta Soul
Whole Lotta Soul Collective was born in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Loz Adams, the founder, is a compassionate yogi from Australia, who continues to raise awareness and funds for our Rice Rewards program, through her ‘Flow To Feed’ initiatives; hosting donation based yoga classes both online and in person.
Keane & Co Real Estate
Keane & Co. specialises in the sale of lifestyle properties in the Central Highlands offering a highly personalised service, with Licensee, Paul Keane, drawing on over 30 years of practice across Melbourne’s elite inner-eastern suburbs. This generous real estate firm continues to support our grass-roots cause by raising awareness and donating to our programs.
Local Partners In The Ground
We work together with the following local companies and NGO’s to
drive sustainable change within the community.
Cambodia Rural Students Trust
Cambodia Rural Students trust is a student led NGO, with the mission of “breaking the poverty cycle through education.” Established in 2019, this inspiring charity runs various programs that align with what we are trying to achieve at REACH… so much so, that we collaborate often, and well. It’s a pleasure working with CRST to provide shared experiences for our students, so that they can expand their network, give back and inspire one another.
Ponheary Ly Foundation
In December 2021, Lori Carlson from Ponheary Ly Foundation (PLF) approached us to talk bicycles. Knowing we had a small-scale repair shop on site at REACH, Lori wanted to know if we’d be interested in accepting a donation of over 100 second-hand bicycles. From this brief conversation, our REACH Repair Shop program took flight, and the collaboration between our organisations quickly followed suit.
Heartprint is an Australian Charity as well as a locally registered Cambodian NGO working in Cambodia, funding community projects to support families living in need. With a holistic, grassroots approach, and a strong focus on community based support, REACH loves working with the team at Heartprint to collaborate, share and support each others projects.
NGO Education Partnership (NEP)
NGO Education Partnership (NEP) is a membership organization with 144 membership organizations (92 Local NGOs and 52 International NGOs). NEP’s promotes positive partnership and collaboration among members and development partners in the education sector in Cambodia. The NEP member organizations facilitate and manage projects on primary education, early childhood care and education, secondary and technical education, youth development, non-formal education, vocational training, higher, and physical education and sports.
Green Gecko Project
The Green Gecko Project is an established grassroots NGO recognised for bringing effective and sustainable positive change to the communities they work with. Through mentoring, training, health initiatives and social enterprises, their families have been able to successfully break the cycle of begging and dramatically reduce the many negative consequences of living in poverty. With shared values, REACH Siem Reap has proudly welcomed a Green Gecko youth as an intern in our Repair Shop program.
Journeys Within Our Community (JWOC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working in Cambodia to empower low-income Cambodians to lead their communities by providing educational and personal development opportunities, inspiring a mindset of co-responsibility and social service. In 2022 we launched our internship initiative and have since then been welcoming cohorts of JWOC youth to REACH as interns since.
Eco-Soap Bank is a humanitarian non-profit organization working to save, sanitize, and supply recycled soap with hygiene education for the developing world. We proudly support their initiative by purchasing and supply their soap bars every month to our families through our Health & Nutrition program.
Penhjet Counselling is a local counselling service that provides Cambodians and expats a like with a safe space and someone to talk to. Penhjet Counselling helps to destigmatize the perception of mental health by creating spaces and facilitating workshops on the varying topics surrounding mental and emotional health. We’ve had the pleasure of hosting Penhjet Counselling workshops for our youths, and engaging in positive and constructive conversations, being able to open dialogues with our older students.
Beautiful Life Organisation
Beautiful Life Organisation (BLO) is a locally-registered non-governmental organisation in Siem Reap, Cambodia. BLO runs a drop-in centre called A Place To Be Yourself; a safe space for LGBTIQ+ individuals to meet, learn through peer support about their gender and sexuality, and access information about healthcare (both sexual and mental), counselling services that are available to them, and their rights in Cambodia.
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