At Manan Trust we enjoy the transparency and relationship we have with management and the board. Our Trustees are pleased with the progress that they have made in challenging circumstances, to develop a professional and well-rounded program, that is making a significant difference in the lives of many Cambodians living in ultra-poverty.

Heather Brand

Grant Manager, Manan Trust

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

TGF’s work is supported by people, companies and institutions from all walks of life, from school children to Foundations, and their support comes in a myriad of different ways. If you’d like to get involved and are looking for inspiration, take a look at some of the creative ways people have contributed below.

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Benefit gig – December 2016
Polar Vortex, a US based band, held a fundraising gig in Wharton, Philadelphia on December, 2016, as well as setting up an online crowd-funding page. All of the proceeds went to Temple Garden Foundation, to support the work they do in Cambodia.

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Everesting – March 2015
Paul Barber and a group of colleagues from Biritish Petroleum (BP), rode up Mt Faber in Singapore 111 times in a row; the equivalent of riding up Mt Everest (c.8,800ft), to raise money for Temple Garden Foundation. This grueling ride took over 28 hours to complete, over 21 hours of which was spent cycling.
Paul contributed the proceeds to TGF, with BP matching every dollar up to $5,000.

UWC Walkathon – March 2017
In March 2017, 5th grade students from the United World College, South East Asia, did a walkathon to raise funds for Temple Garden Foundation. They managed to raise an amazing $20,000, from this and other activities, which will go towards supporting programmes improving the livelihoods of rural Cambodians.

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Ultra-running – November 2017
Mark Ferguson and Matthew Pocock two UK nationals based in Hong Kong, plan to run from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap (320km) over 5 days, finishing with the Angkor Wat Half Marathon. Their fundraising target is $50,000, which will go towards TGF’s work in the Chi Kraeng district.

Connect and Share

This is the quickest and easiest way to support what we do. By simply liking, sharing or engaging with our online media, you will be spreading the word, so more people can learn about the work we do. You can find links to our social media pages, and sign up to stay informed, at the bottom of this page.

PARTNERS

We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to our amazing partners. We wouldn’t be able to do the important work we undertake without their ongoing support and guidance.

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MAKE A DONATION TODAY!

Our work in Cambodia is funded entirely by private donations, and receives no government funding. We work hard to ensure that every penny given is used to make a difference to lives of villagers we help. Your help enables TGF contribute towards costs which are vital to making our programmes effective.

A small amount can make a big difference in Cambodia:

  • £50/$65 – could pay for up to ten children to attend summer school, maintaining momentum of learning and preparing younger children for ‘big’ school.
  • £100/$130 – could buy all materials needed to build a latrine to service up to ten people

For more information on donations and/or sponsoring programmes please contact us using the form at the bottom of the page. We’d be delighted to hear from you!

There are two ways to donate to TGF’s work in Cambodia. For UK taxpayers please use the Mydonate button, that way the UK government provides an additional 25% of your donation in the form of Gift Aid. For all other donors please use the Paypal button, you can donate via your paypal account if you have one or any major credit/debit card.


WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES

At TGF we make sure every dollar donated goes to good use. The graphic on the left refers to our most recently certified accounts (2016). Operations costs (4%)  relate mostly to the cost of our account review by a charities committee certified accountant and banking costs relating to our UK accounts. Field Support (19%) comprises of our management and administration teams costs, maintaining our office in Siem Reap and other sundries not directly used within our programmes. For a more in depth view of our finances please download our most recent trustees report which includes a detailed financial statement.

TRUSTEES REPORTS