FCC cares about its people, its community and its environment. The company makes positive impacts in a number of ways, both internally and to the larger community, including promoting environmentally friendly work practices, investing in responsible job opportunities and supporting outside groups that make positive contributions in our community.
FCC focuses its CSR efforts into the following four areas:
- Children’s healthcare
- Children’s education
As part of our community involvement over the years we have proudly supported among others the non-profit organizations listed below. We are constantly working on further developing valuable relationships, helping children and their families, as well as developing career paths for future generations. Thanks for helping us. Together we can make a difference.
Indochina Starfish Foundation (ISF): sponsoring a child’s education, kids’ football squad and vocational training. www.indochinastarfish.org
Happy Football Cambodia Australia: working with disadvantaged youth in Cambodia to help in their personal development through the medium of sport.
Family Care Cambodia foundation: sponsoring rural education programs, mentorship programs, training seminars and workshops. www.familycare.org
Child Safe organization: building a protective environment for children, especially street children, to safeguard them from possible dangers. This project is in close collaboration with the Cambodian Ministry of Tourism. www.childsafe-international.
SNV Development Organization & High Impact Tourism Training Project: providing professional training of the staff of Housekeeping, F&B and Reception departments at FCC Angkor. www.snvworld.org
Angkor Hospital for Children: providing high-quality health care to children in Siem Reap and the surrounding area for free. www.angkorhospital.org
Anjali House: providing free food, healthcare and education to under-privileged street kids and their families in Siem Reap. www.anjali-house.com
Sala Bai Hotel School: providing a vocational training entirely and exclusively for young Cambodians coming from underprivileged families in Siem Reap. www.salabai.com
Pour un Sourire d’Enfant (For A Child’s Smile): PSE started in 1995, on the day we saw children eating in the filth of the dump-site in Stung Meanchey in Phnom-Penh. PSE offers education and other support programs for unprivileged children. pse.asso.fr