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Our Sponsors Anjali House would not be able to provide care and education to the children it supports without the help of our sponsors. They come in all shapes and sizes from government agencies and non-profit foundations to corporations and individual donors. Some have assisted for fixed periods such as the start-up program or certain initiatives and others contribute year after year to ensure the continued sustainability of Anjali. We would like to thank the following organisations for their support since the founding of the Anjali House centre in 2006.

 

Current sponsors:


The Angkor Photo Association



Logo-AngkorPhotoAngkor Photo Association is the parent organisation of Anjali House and it was APA's founder's vision to implement a centre to work with street children in Siem Reap and in doing so promote the benefit of arts in education. Angkor Photo Festival is used as a platform to increase the visibility of the work of Anjali to a wider audience. Each year they organise photo workshops with the children and these photos are used to raise funds to sustain the centre. Furthermore, Angkor Photo promotes and develops skills with the students who show particular potential in the area of photography.


Friends of Khmer Culture, Inc.

LH_logotype-FoKCFriends of Khmer Culture is an international organisation working with Cambodian and international scholars, artists, and institutions to preserve past achievements and encourage new vitality in art, literature, scholarship, and the performing arts. They have supported Anjali since its inception and have have helped to generate sustainable income for the Anjali centre through the production of postcards and a book of the children's photography.

Globalteer

Globalteer

Globalteer, a registered UK charity with an office in Siem Reap, Cambodia, has been involved with Anjali House since December 2007. Globalteer contributes to our centre by placing short and long term volunteers at the Anjali project. These volunteers assist in the English classes and run General Studies classes and workshops daily. The volunteers pay a sum of money to Globalteer for their volunteer placement, which covers volunteer induction, in country support and accommodation. A high percentage of this donation is given directly to Anjali House. This financial contribution helps to support some of the daily running expenses at the centre.

Canon

canonCanon has been supporting the Anjali project since 2005, funding many aspects of the first Photo Festival including the first kids' workshops. Every year since Canon has loaned us digital cameras for the duration of the workshops for use by the children. Canon has also supported the exhibition and display of the children's photography work. The funds raised from sales of this work are an important contribution to the centre's income which is crucial for its long-term sustainability and gives Anjali kids an important medium for self expression and creativity.

Friends of Anjali.nl

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Friends of Anjali.nl aims to give orphans and street children in Cambodia a better future. They want to guarantee their right to security, education and healthcare as well as protect them from child labour and sexual abuse. To work effectively, the organisation aims its activities at Anjali House. By working closely together with Anjali management and staff, they are able to contribute directly to the welfare of the children and evaluate progress at all times.

ConCERT Cambodia

ConCERT-LOGOConnecting Communities, Environment & Responsible Tourism - ConCERT is a non-profit organisation based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Their aim is to reduce poverty by bringing together people who want to help, and local organisations that need the kind of support they can give. ConCERT have information on a range of organisations that are engaged in humanitarian activities, who require support and act as a bridge between them, the public and businesses.  ConCERT was established in 2008 and has supported Anjali House through raising awareness, facilitating public donations, local networking and recommending volunteers.

Sam Relief Inc.

SamReliefSam Relief, Inc., founded by Sambonn Lek, is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing education and educational resources to the impoverished children of Cambodia. Over the last six years they have raised and contributed over $500,000 toward building schools, digging fresh water wells, and feeding the hungry. Sam Relief have been making rice donations to Anjali House since 2007, and more recently have supported one of our students attending university.

Shinta Mani Hotel

Shinta Mani Hotel

Shinta Mani Siem Reap, an upscale boutique hotel created by acclaimed architect Bill Bensley, showcases 39 contemporary designed rooms and public spaces in a Khmer inspired design. This exceptional Angkor hotel enjoys a tranquil and leafy setting within the township of Siem Reap. Shinta Mani with its “Open Doors, Open Hearts” reflects its commitment to responsible tourism. USD 5 of guests' nightly room rate is donated to the Shinta Mani Foundation to help achieve Shinta Mani's goal of creating a lasting and positive impact for the people of Cambodia. In 2013 Shinta Mani partnered with Anjali House to support the Anjali House Creative Writing Program, sponsoring the launch event and hosting it at the hotel. Shinta Mani is also supporting our Young Adult Program by providing the opportunity for students to tour the hotel and providing business seminars to groups of students to learn about careers in hospitality.

Travel Loops

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Travel Loops is a leading Indochina travel company with its headquarters located in Siem Reap, Cambodia. They provide private and small group tour packages, as well as a full range of travel services to all parts of Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand. Travel Loops promotes and follows sustainable tourism principles, working hard to empower local communities and ensure that both the communities and clients benefit from their tours. In 2013 Travel Loops began sponsoring an annual educational trip for students from Anjali House. In April students and staff visited the historical sites of Santuk mountain and Sambor Prey Kuk temple in Kompong Thom province over the course of two days, with Travel Loops kindly organising the itinerary and generously sponsoring the full costs of the two day trip.

Angkor Hospital for Children

logo-AHCAngkor Hospital for Children's founding principle is that every child has the right to a healthy and loving life. Since 1999 the AHC has treated more than 1 million children and even more connected through its programs. Along with providing quality health care to children in Cambodia, it is a training site for improving the skills of local health care workers. The AHC and Anjali House have a strategic partnership in which Hospital staff visit our centre twice yearly to run medical check ups on all of our students, and our children are cared for on-site through the Hospital's fast-track Contract Care program.

Private Donors

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Last, but not least, much of Anjali's funding is received from private donors, who help to fund our food program or provide clothes or children's books and games for Anjali. Without these donations, Anjali House would not be able to provide such a unique and varied program for the street children of Siem Reap. To the multitude of volunteers who have donated either through volunteer activities or direct fundraising: Thank you all!

 

 

 

Past sponsors:


The French Embassy



french_embassyThe French Embassy Development Fund (Fond Social de Developpement) supported Anjali House for a  two year program from 2006-2008. The FSD contributed funds towards the essential running costs, house rental, website creation and a large part of the food support for the families of Anjali kids. Since the end of this funding program, Anjali House has increasingly looked to its own projects and initiatives to fund the centre.



Adidas Group Asia



adidasAdidas and its employees started supporting Anjali's children in 2006. They began their support by building a multi-purpose sports court on which basketball, football, and volleyball and numerous other activities take place every day. They also financed the building of the toilets and bathing facilities. Until 2009 Adidas also financed the physical education program at Anjali. Due to restructuring, after the economic crisis, this CSR funding is no longer available.



Creating Smiles



creating_smilesCreating Smiles e.V. is a German, Hamburg based non-profit community, that helps people in need. They have direct and personal partnerships with projects in Cambodia, India and Ethiopia where they support orphanages, nurseries and educational institutions for children and young adults. Creating Smiles supported Anjali House around 2008 with donations for programs and infastructure.

 



Equality and Opportunity Foundation



EO-LogoEquality & Opportunity Foundation (EO) is a California-based non-profit organization that is committed to breaking the poverty cycle of families in need. Their focus today is on poor women, children and families in Southeast Asia who need a way to help themselves sustain healthy and productive lives. Anjali House is one of two organisations that EO Foundation has supported in Cambodia. EO Foundation helped to raise funds for scholarship programs for our young adults and co-funded the publication of a book of the children's photography in 2010.


Artery

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Artery art supply store kindly supported Anjali House in 2011, by mounting the students' photography for an exhibition at the Moonah Arts Centre in Hobart, Tasmania, free of charge, as well as providing discounts on mounting and framing for customers who purchased photography from the exhibition. We are very grateful for this support, which gave students their first opportunity to exhibit images in Australia and to raise awareness about the work of Anjali House and the issues facing street children in Cambodia. We would especially like to thank Jenna Hann for facilitating this help and Roy Leeman, Director at Artery for his time and support for the project.