Volunteering at Grace House

Grace House welcomes volunteers who can dedicate at least 4 weeks to the project. Skills we need are teachers, electricians, wood workers, social work, art, music, drama, youth work, occupational therapy,  speech therapy, physiotherapy, computer and marketing. 

Contact us directly at volunteer@gracehousecambodia.org
or one of the volunteer organisations we work with:-

Interweave International - Cambodia 
People and Places: Responsible Volunteering 
Antipodeans Abroad

Where to find us 

Grace House is situated in Kor Kranh village on the main road to Tonle Sap Lake. We are set back from the road down a dirt track; turn right after the basket shop. Our entrance is directly ahead next to the small food stall.

Download a map of our location here
(69KB jpg file).
We welcome small groups of visitors between 9 - 11 am and 1 - 3 pm from Monday to Friday.
Please phone or e-mail first to confirm your visit.
Tel -  +855 (0)636 392 168
Or  -  +855 (0)92 140 124

While you're visiting

When you're visiting, why not take a look at our craft shop selling Grace Gecko products produced, on site, by women from the local villages. Read more about the Grace Gecko initiative here.
Grace Gecko

Partner organisations and supporters 


Support - To provide support to communities and projects in need.
Awareness - To raise awareness in developed countries of the plight faced by poverty-stricken countries.
Education - Educate locals and volunteers about environmental issues and the need to protect wildlife.
"Connecting Communities, Environment & Responsible Tourism" - is a not-for-profit social enterprise based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Their vision is a Cambodia free of poverty and to achieve this they maximise the benefits from tourism and travel of all kinds for the most vulnerable people in Cambodia. 


Green Gecko Project
Green Gecko supports 70 children who previously lived and begged on the streets of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Green Gecko provides security, education, love and opportunities to these children through their formative years and into their adult lives, empowering them to achieve their full potential. The project also supports the children's families and the broader community through long term health, education and training initiatives.


Accounting for International Development (AfID)

 is a multi-award winning social enterprise that offers experienced finance professionals the opportunity to use their skills to make a genuine difference as volunteers and to gain rewarding hands-on International Development experience. www.afid.org.uk


Grant givers  

Grants have been awarded for development projects and vocational training from: -
  • Hesse Ragle Foundation, Denmark
  • Pro Juventute II, Holland
  • Open Skies Foundation, Australia


Supporting schools

We believe in developing partnerships with schools around the world, helping children in developed countries understand life in the developing world. Supporting schools include:


 Lake Bonavista Elementary School, Calgary, Canada                

Chosen Hill School, Churchdown, UK


St Ursula’s College, Toowoomba, Australia 


Unity College, Caloundra, Australia



 Barnsole School, Kent, UK


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