Volunteers come from Canada and around the world to build homes for families in dire need of shelter.
Wells help improve the quality of life for Cambodian families by providing something everyone is entitled to —CLEAN WATER.
Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in the world. Tabitha-Cambodia works with the poorest members of the community, encouraging them to save and work their way out of poverty.
The Savings program is the cornerstone of Tabitha’s work. It encourages families to save their money in order to break the cycle of poverty. It starts with just 25 cents a week and takes 5 to 7 years to bring families to a middle class level standard of living.
Your donation will help break the cycle of poverty.
Over the past 14 years, 9,222 houses were built by 12,000 volunteers just like you, from around the world. We turn shanties into homes and give families the dignity of their own toilets.
Recruit 10 of your friends or colleagues and organize a house building trip to Cambodia. It’s a life-changing experience for both the families and volunteers.
Wells save time so children can go to school, instead of collect water. Wells improve health by giving access to clean water. Wells increase income by extending the growing season from 6 to 11 months.
You can help families with a donation of a well.