Founder David Ault and husband Ty Andrews, who I'm privileged to call my friends, with the help of many donors and volunteers are doing amazing work in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
The school is beginning to make a serious impact on the quality of life of many children and their families. In only two years they've gone from a single classroom with little more than a roof, to a multi building campus - that while small - has enormous impact as a true beacon for change in the region. They provide free education, critical skills courses (english being one of the most critical along with sewing and computer literacy) and quality of life assistance that is greatly needed. This assistance ranges from food to school supplies, medicine, bicycles and wells for water.
Daniel Peralta and I visited a few weeks ago and feel blessed and humbled for this experience (can't wait to return in fact!) The kids make quite an impression :)