Sambo Joins Technical School

Hands-on kids need hands-on careers and we can prove it. This is because one of our senior boys Sambo has been accepted to the JVC technical college to study mechanics and vehicle maintenance. The college caters for under-privileged youth from all over Cambodia, training them for technical careers. Sambo has always been a hands-on student. He likes being outside, getting … Read More

Back to School

It’s been tough times for all, especially the children of Cambodia. Schools have been shut for almost two years to slow the spread of Covid-19. So, after such a long wait, and many hours of online classes, you can imagine how happy the children were when they heard schools were finally reopening at the end of October. All primary and … Read More

Floating Tables Defy Gravity

Curious about our brand new project at the Little Hearts Family? Keep on reading…Three teams of kids have been busy working on making floating tables in the Little Hearts workshop. The unique design uses metal chains instead of legs to hold the tabletop in place, anchored by a chain in the middle. The newly added tables not only look very … Read More

ABA Bank, Our New Guardian

Our Little Hearts family of sponsors is growing each and every day. We are truly excited to welcome Cambodia’s leading financial institution, ABA Bank, as our newest Guardian Sponsor. We recently had the pleasure to invite Ms. Chiva Chan, Public Relations Supervisor for a heartfelt tour of Little Hearts. We introduced our botanical garden, art gallery and facilities. During the … Read More

Generous Donors Bring Supplies and Laptops to Little Hearts

It was a great pleasure to meet our two new donors, CIMB Bank and Chip Mong at Little Hearts. CIMB Bank generously donated a large supply of foodstuffs, shampoo, clothes and books, much needed during Covid times. Established in Cambodia in 2010, CIMB provides a wide range of banking services including consumer, commercial and corporate banking. The CIMB team spent … Read More

Little Hearts Vegetable garden

Nothing tastes better than homegrown veggies … all credits go to the one and only Sothon who’s studying Agriculture at the University in Phnom Penh and combines his studies working at Little Hearts as our gardener; he can be very proud of his efforts/results because our vegetable garden is in full bloom: eggplant, cucumber, pumpkin, wax gourd, morning glory and … Read More

Our Latest Sponsor 7Ftd

Little Hearts Organisation welcomes our newest sponsor 7Ftd which is the first company in the Kingdom of Cambodia specialised in manufacturing electrical poles and foundation piles to European standards. Their generous support includes much-needed donations of food, education supplies and financial support which helps us to get through these very challenging times. The company sets a benchmark for manufacturers in … Read More

A Special Request from the Embassy for Crisis Support

This month we received a special endorsement from the ambassador of Belgium and a request for individuals and organisations to consider the need for extra support for LHO during this crisis. The following is the letter we received from the Belgian Ambassador: “The Little Hearts Organisation has been driven, since its beginning, by the dedication, generosity and hard work of … Read More

Little Hearts Home Parties

Our annual Big Little Hearts Garden Party in Belgium that has traditionally raised a significant amount of the funding Little Hearts Organisation depends on each year, had to be cancelled again due to Covid. However, this didn’t stop our team in Belgium from designing innovative new fundraisers to support Little Hearts Organisation. They came up with the idea for people … Read More

Learning through Creating

Applying their knowledge is one of the best ways for kids to reinforce and build on what they have learnt. The kids in level 2 class have begun learning earth science and developed some fantastic diorama projects to demonstrate what they have been studying about the solar system and underwater ecosystems. This not only let them practice and demonstrate their … Read More