Media Releases:

If you have any contacts and would like to help us spread the word further, please email emily@feedingdreamscambodia.org

At present, we have been featured in the following publications:

 
 
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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.

 
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Ride to feed dreams
The Courier,
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.

 
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Saddle up to help these kids in need
TRAVELtalk Magazine Australia,
July 2017

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 thank 650 kilometres across Cambodia, each dedicated to the challenge of raising $6,500 for the charity.

 

Cycle Cambodia for a cause
Swinburne Knowing,
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. 

 
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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.