At Indistay, we firmly believe in promoting responsible tourism in a way that respects and contributes to the communities involved. As part of our commitment, we donate 1% of profits from every booking to a variety of non-profit organisations within the local community. These charities help a wide range of causes, from wildlife, human rights issues and education, to the environment and conservation.
By distributing a percentage of our profits back to the community, we aim to disperse the benefits of tourism in a way that adds value, whether it be to the environment or socio-economic enterprises. It's a small step for now, but we hope that by raising awareness we will encourage others to consider their actions.
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Cambodian Children's Fund (CCF)
Providing educational supplies to Toul Ampil School for Cambodia's street children
Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The Cambodian Children’s Fund is a non-profit organisation based in Phnom Penh that was founded in 2003 by former film executive Scott Neeson. The organisation aims to lift street children and their families out of crippling poverty by providing education and community development programs, centred around the former dump community of Steung Meanchey outside the capital of Phnom Penh.
Tuol Ampil School is the CCF's sixth satellite school, located close to the infamous Killing Fields. Under the CCF's initiative, the school has grown from a two-room shed into a school providing Primary and Secondary-level education to nearly 250 low-income students. Click here to read more about Tuol Ampil School and Indistay's Giving Back pledge. To learn more about the Cambodian Children's Fund and their various programs, visit their website at cambodianchildrensfund.org.
Photo credit: Cambodian Children's Fund
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Why Give Back?
Our business is intimately tied to the larger communities around the world that we serve and in which we gain so much joy in visiting. That's why giving back to local communities is hugely important to Indistay.