Our Projects

The Projects We Support

CCC's purpose is to act as a channel for the love of Jesus Christ for the people of Cambodia. We do not run our own projects in Cambodia or anywhere else; we channel resources from outside Cambodia to churches, organisations and individuals whom we can trust to use them honestly and wisely.

What are these resources used for?

Relief of Poverty and Suffering

We believe we have a particular calling to help widows, orphans and the very poor. We make grants to provide immediate help but we also want to assist with income generation and the setting up of small businesses.

Sports Ministry

We assist Cambodia for Christ Sports Ministry in its work with teenagers vulnerable to drug pushers and criminal gangs.

Education

We are involved in the sponsorship of children at schools in Cambodia. We have previously sponsored several students at colleges and universities.

Timothy College and Business Institute

We are very excited about working with the Cambodian church to establish a college and business institute.

Previously Supported Projects

CCC has been making grants to projects in Cambodia since 1994. Sometimes the amounts have been small but the fruit has been significant.

Dump Kids/Children of Cambodia

From 2008 to 2018 we helped children who formerly scavenged on a rubbish dump to go to school and receive a cooked lunch each day. As the project progressed, the children's families were able to find alternative sources of income, enjoy a higher standard of living and make better provision for their children.

In CCC's early days we...

  • supported the School of Practical Ministry Cambodia, which trains pastors of indigenous, non-denominational churches;
  • sponsored trainees at the Khmer School of Sewing;
  • paid for a music teacher to work with the Cambodian Christian Arts Ministry;
  • helped meet the costs of a school building;
  • paid for computer equipment used by the Evangelical Fellowship of Cambodia;
  • made a small contribution to the cost of purchasing a building for the Theological Education by Extension Association of Cambodia;
  • donated toys to a pre-school;
  • supported the Help for the Poor Orphanage just outside Phnom Penh, caring for 27 children.
Computer equipment

Computer equipment purchased by the Evangelical Fellowship of Cambodia using a grant from CCC

Staff

CCC employs a Country Director and part-time assistant in Cambodia, but no other staff. Council members and volunteers carry out administration and fundraising in the United Kingdom.