We connect professional volunteers with meaningful projects in Cambodia

We encourage positive change by connecting organizations making a genuine difference, with skilled professionals looking for meaningful ways to volunteer and give back.
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Why Cambodia?

With its dark recent history and limited education, Cambodia remains one of the poorest countries in the world. Long term development remains a daunting challenge with serious skill shortages and over 2 million people living on less than $2 per day. Almost every volunteer comes here with great intentions, but skills may be insufficient, unsuccessfully matched or not utilised to develop the skills of local people. For sustainable, long-term impact we need the right professional skills in the right place and for those skills to be shared.

Volunteer with us

Explore our range of affordable and unique opportunities.

How it works

We want to make things as simple as possible to find,
enquire and apply to any of our projects – in 5 easy steps.
You can find more answers on our Frequently asked questions page.


  • 1. Find the
    right project

  • 2. Ask questions

  • 3. Apply

  • 4. Confirm
    your place

  • 5. Get ready

Our Latest Success Stories

Elodie Rasoloarivony

Elodie Rasoloarivony

Elodie was required to do an overseas internship of 4 months as part of her Globalisation and International Trade master’s programme, and she found the perfect opportunity as a digital marketing intern at Ammo Jewellery in Siem Reap.

Samantha Larose

Samantha Larose

Samantha is a volunteer from Canada who was volunteering with the Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) as a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist when the coronavirus became a global pandemic. Samantha is now here to talk about her unique experience.

Stuart Culshaw

Stuart Culshaw

Stuart Culshaw is a technical communicator, web designer and content strategist and has been virtually volunteering with Professionals doing good for the past year, helping to improve various aspects of the Pdg website.