None of the children whose faces you see have been trafficked or in our care.

SHE Rescue

Volunteer in Cambodia

Got a little extra time up your sleeve? Why not take 6 months to 12 months away from the norm and volunteer in our Phnom Penh office. The SHE Rescue Home offers volunteer positions at any given time of the year and we’re always busy. At the moment we are looking for teachers and designers to work with our girls and families. Please see below for a description of what we are looking for. We would love for you to bring your passion, experience and skill-sets to make a difference in the lives of our staff and girls…everyone has something to offer!
Volunteer teachers help us to provide the girls in our care with extra classes in English and computers, and work alongside our local Khmer teacher. The girls participate in these afternoon classes in additional to private schooling. This high standard of education offered to each girl, helps them to work towards their dreams for the future. If you fit the below requirements, and have a passion for providing a high-quality education to those who need it most, please apply!
  • Minimum of 6 months commitment
  • Registered as a teacher in your home country, or have qualified teacher status.
  • Completed a TESOL (or equivalent) course
  • Experience in teaching children with English as a second language
  • Skilled in behaviour management
  • Committed to safeguarding practices and contributing to the Christian ethos of the SHE Home, supporting our children in their development physically, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally.
  • Up to date with ICT skills through which you can enhance teaching and learning
Our Family Assistance Program helps families break the cycle of poverty and prevent further trafficking or exploitation, through providing them with employment and fair-trade wages. In order to make the program sustainable, we are in need of constant product development to stay up to date with current trends. The design volunteer must be able to create designs from locally-sourced materials, create prototypes, and train families in making these products.
  • Minimum of 6 months commitment
  • Ability to research an interpret trends in the fashion market: colour, fabrics, and other design details
  • An eye for colour and print combinations for sourcing in the local markets
  • Strong communication and organisational skills
  • Ability to manage and delegate tasks
  • Background in product development, from initial research and design to production and quality control
  • Sewing skills and pattern development
  • Proficient in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, and the Microsoft Office suite

Please contact us if you are interested!