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At present, we have been featured in the following publications:
Charity Bike Ride is Feeding Dreams in Cambodia
6th March, 2018
14 riders from around the world rode more than 650 kilometres through Cambodia aiming to raise more than $55,000 for Feeding Dreams NGO in Siem Reap.
On yer bike for Cambodia
The Andersonstown News,
8th July 2017
Once-in-a-lifetime trip for school says Arlene
AN ANDERSONSTOWN woman who went to Cambodia five years ago with a dream of setting up a charity to support impoverished young people, is encouraging locals to join her in a fundraising cycle through the South-East Asian country next year.
Ride to feed dreams
13th Jun 2017
EMILY Williamson was riding in a charity fundraising tour through Thailand when the ideas started to form how she could adapt the concept in Cambodia.
The Trentham local mapped out a course and has launched a 650-kilometre bike ride for charity organisation Feeding Dreams Cambodia, for which she works in Siem Reap.
Saddle up to help these kids in need
TRAVELtalk Magazine Australia,
Feeding Dreams Cambodia (FDC), an Australian operated grassroots charity, has launched a unique international fundraiser. The event will see participants from across the globe come together to ride more than 650 kilometres across Cambodia, each dedicated to the challenge of raising $6,500 for the charity.
Cycle Cambodia for a cause
22nd June 2017
When I first wrote for Knowing, I had just commenced my professional placement at Feeding Dreams Cambodia (FDC), a grass-roots Australian non-government organisation (NGO). I was nervous, out of my depth and had no idea where the experience was going to take me.
I never would have envisaged that ten months on, I would be solely responsible for planning, launching and marketing my own international fundraiser for the charity.
Emily driving change for kids in Cambodia
The Local News,
July 3rd 2017
Donna: Why Cambodia?
Emily: I first went to Cambodia when I was 18, I was travelling and was completely unaware of the poverty and rampant starvation through the country. I revisited as a 21-year-old, this was when I first visited FDC.