Our Southeast Asia team baked an abundance of delicious cakes this Easter, and thanks to the generosity of Audley staff, a whopping £400 was raised for their sponsored charity the Goodwill Centre in Cambodia. The centre provides education and essential healthcare for some of the poorest children in the country.
More about the Goodwill Centre
The Goodwill Centre is a small, unique project which aims to address issues of deprivation through education and life skills training, enabling children to break out of the poverty trap and take control of their future. With a regular staff of four, the centre caters for over 160 children and young adults who have limited access to schooling, fresh water and basic sanitation.
The charity encourages participation in a range of activities outside school hours, aiming to keep children off the streets. Classes are offered in English and Khmer literacy, computer studies, basic science and arts and crafts. With a strong hygiene program, it promotes health, physical education and has its own ambitious football team. This safe environment encourages play, teamwork and the development of social skills.
Responsible travel in Southeast Asia
You can find out more about the charities we support in Southeast Asia on our website.