Recent Recognition

Caring for Cambodia is extremely thankful to have been recognized by the following organizations. We are grateful for their support and acknowledgment of our efforts.

Great Nonprofits

2018 Top Rated Award
CFC earned the Top Rated award from Great Nonprofits.

Guide Star Exchange

2018 Platinum Seal
CFC earned the Guide Star Platinum Exchange Seal through demonstrating its commitment to transparency.

Charity Navigator

2017 Charity Navigator
CFC earned the Charity Navigator three star rating.

Better Business Bureau

2012 Earned Charity Seal Accreditation
CFC met the standards for Charity Accountability.

Greater Austin Asian Chamber of Commerce

2015 Jamie Amelio
Jamie Amelio was recognized in 2015 as a Community Leader for her efforts to improve education in Cambodia.

Traditional Home Magazine: Classic Women of the Year Award

An annual award from U.S. based Traditional Home magazine, honors six remarkable women whose exemplary and extraordinary volunteer efforts have made their communities a better place to live.

2010 Jamie Amelio
Jamie Amelio was recognized in 2010 for her efforts in Cambodia. Learn more about this award here.

Golden Hand Award

The Golden Hand Award is the highest award given by the Cambodian Government to a non-Cambodian. It rewards outstanding service to the Cambodian community.

Caring for Cambodia Golden Hand Award Recipients

2014 Jamie Amelio
Founder of Caring for Cambodia

2012 Natalie Bastow
Chief Operating Officer
Formerly the Regional Manager in Asia Pacific for CFC, Natalie’s enthusiasm, dedication and drive have inspired many to get involved with the organsiation. On relocating from Singapore to the US in the summer of 2012, Natalie took on the more global role of Chief Operating Officer.

2012 Lori McConaghy
School Liaison
With Caring for Cambodia since its inception, Lori has been responsible for CFC’s Kid’s Helping Kid’s program and acts as a liaison between CFC and schools wishing to get involved. CFC now has 26 schools around the globe actively supporting the organisation.

2010 Jamie Amelio
Founder of Caring for Cambodia

2010 Kaye Bach
A teacher from the Singapore American School, Singapore who took a 24 month sabbatical and relocated to Cambodia to aid CFC in setting up the Teacher Training Program.

2010 Katie Sansom
A teacher from Tanglin Trust School, Singapore who has led trips from Singapore, gathering groups of fellow educators to train Cambodian teachers in international practices.

2010 Christy Miller
Christy Miller worked as a Director alongside Jamie Amelio pioneering several of CFC’s keystone programs including Goods Donation, volunteer trips, events and fundraising.

2010 Jamie Amelio
Founder of Caring For Cambodia

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