KEEN, Inc. is a values-led, independently owned outdoor footwear brand from Portland, Oregon with a mission to responsibly create original and versatile products, improve lives, and inspire outside adventure.

KEEN’s corporate social responsibility program, KEEN Effect, activates communities to protect and preserve the natural environment where they work and play through strategic philanthropy, advocacy, and supply chain detoxification. In 2029, KEEN awarded us a small grant for our student development program so we can take 84 children to participate in outdoor activities which they can explore the world around them.

The Women’s International Group of Cambodia was founded in 1994 by a group of expatriate women in Phnom Penh, committed to supporting one another through their social network, and to supporting the wider Cambodian community through their financial grants. In 2019, they awarded us a grant to purchase the supplies for our sewing class so we can empower 12 women to break the cycle of poverty.

100 Women’s vision is to ignite women’s philanthropy to advance the empowerment of women worldwide.  They are driven by a passionate group of talented women, first inspired by the book ‘Half the Sky’ written by Pulitzer Prize-winning team, Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. In November 2017, they awarded us a grant to cover the supplies in our sewing program for the year 2018 and 2019, so we can empower 24 women to break the cycle of poverty.

The Australian Communities Foundation inspires and enables accessible philanthropy to achieve positive social change and build healthy resilient communities. Their sub-fund, the Vanraay Family Fund, is sponsoring a semester of our sewing program in 2018, ensuring 12 Cambodian women have access to our life-changing program that will help them break the cycle of poverty.

Clayton Utz is an award-winning law firm in Australia that gives confident, innovative and incisive legal advice. In 2019, they are funding our community workshops, which will reach hundreds of villagers, decreasing domestic violence, increasing hygiene and health, improving parenting habits and increasing awareness about child protection in our community.

The mission of Elephant House is to bring unique stories to life, to nurture their writers, and to encourage others to walk the path of creativity. Elephant House Press is donating $5 from the sale of every Love Anthology I book to Human and Hope Association.

Life Interwoven is a social enterprise follows fair-trade principles and we work with artisans to create high-quality lifestyle products from natural materials. This volunteer-run organisation is committed to reducing poverty, and support our education program through the sale of their products. Be sure to check out their website, as you will be helping the artisans who make the products AND children in Cambodia!

A monthly supporter of Human and Hope Association, Nick Terrone, Psychotherapist, Hypnotherapist and owner of ‘QuitWithNick’, has helped thousands of people dissolve and eliminate limiting habits and behaviors such as smoking, binge eating, binge drinking and anxiety to name a few. Nick can also help you do what you need to do when you need to do it in a confident way with ease and flow. Contact Nick for more information.

The South East Asia Foundation believes in empowerment through education. Run by Bill and Pat Taylor, this US-based organisation sponsored the refurbishment of our study area, a new fence, new t-shirts for our staff and our ongoing running costs. A big believer in the empowerment of local staff and an understanding of the importance of ongoing running costs makes this a great partnership!

Originating from humble beginnings in East Africa. the Sumar-Lakhani family knew that someday, they would return to support the impoverished, unwaged, and underprivileged. The family foundation aims to bring forth the best from nonprofits and driven individuals, worldwide. Working now for ten years, SLF is involved in several projects worldwide, and we’re just getting started. The Sumar-Lakhani Foundation provided funding for eight microfinance loans for our sewing students at the end of 2014. These microfinance loans will initially transform the lives of eight villagers, with the ability to put their skills learnt with us into action. However, the number of people these loans will eventually affect is undetermined, as this is a self-sustainable project, with all repayments and interest being used to provide more sewing machine loans.

 The Universal Charitable Fund was founded by local business people in South Australia as a simple and cost-effective way to provide practical support and encouragement to local charities doing a terrific job in helping people in need both in Australia and overseas.

They are supporting two women through our sewing program in 2019/20 so they can achieve financial independence.

Village Earth is an organisation based in the U.S. They help reconnect communities to the resources that promote human well-being by enhancing social and political empowerment, community self-reliance and self-determination. They achieve this by strengthening intermediate and grassroots organisations through fiscal sponsorship, networking, training, research and advocacy. Human and Hope Association is a global affiliate of Village Earth, who provide our supporters in the U.S with an outlet to donate and receive tax deductions.

Wild Mountain Child is a small Australian owned and operated business based in the beautiful Blue Mountains of Australia supporting other small creative businesses. They sell handmade and fair trade children’s clothing, accessories, toys, decor, gifts and more. Wild Mountain Child purchases our handicrafts, which made by our seamstresses to sell in their store and donates 50 cents from every order to us.

World Relief Australia is a boutique overseas aid agency operating in an ethical and professional manner, upholding the integrity and passion of our partners in relieving human suffering and empowering the poor. Donations are tax-deductible in Australia through WRA, which enables us to make a bigger impact in our community.

Xplore for Success, an Australian business founded in 2002 by Diana Ryall AM, offers gender equality expertise both within and externally to organisations and individuals. In 2018, they held the inaugural Purpose and Passion Tour, raising $5,000 for our programs. Additionally, they generously funded two computers for our education team, replacing the almost defunct computers they were using. They also supported two preschool students to be educated for a year.