Prison Fellowship Cambodia Partners


 Prison Fellowship Cambodia cannot fulfil the vision for social services and ministry in Cambodian prisons without our partners.

PFC has a brand new opportunity for churches and foundations in developed countries to join the Church Partnership Program.
If you or your church are interested in partnering with Prison Fellowship and the Cambodian church download the information below.


Prison Fellowships Church Partnership Information

2015 Project Partners
Prison Fellowship International:  PFI financially support the work with the Children of Prisoners.
Ratanak International: As a partner of Ratanak Intl, PFC implement services in CC3 Prison 
Cambodia Action:  The work of PFC is promoted by Cambodia Action in the UK.
DFAT (AusAID): DFAT financially support the projects in Kandal prison.
Samaritan’s Purse Australia:  SPA financially support the High School education programme in CC2 prison.
Tear Fund New Zealand: financial support of programs

Riverview Children’s Foundation (through GDG): financial support of Education, Freedom and Reintegration projects.

Global Development Group (GDG): PFC is a partner for GDG carrying out work in CC2 prison in the Education, Freedom and Reintegration projects (GDG code J574).  GDG (ABN 57 102 400 993) is an Australian DFAT approved NGO carrying out humanitarian projects with approved partners and providing aid to relieve poverty and provide longterm solutions.

International Church Partners

Riverview Church, Perth, WA, Australiaongoing financial support of PFC services to prisoners and their families.

International Christian Assembly (ICA) Phnom Penh: for financial support.
Forward Church, Cambridge, ON, Canada: for their financial support of the local church partnership and basic needs program

Thrive Church, Rangiora, NZ: financial contribution to the cow bank.

There are many individuals who have personally invested in PFC with their time and finances. We appreciate all you do, we could not do this without you.

PFC expatriate long term full/part time volunteers: Rosalie Thompson, Tim Krenz, David Sriyoheswaran and Debbie Corson.

PFC volunteer board members:  Julie Kerr (Chairperson), Adam Hutchinson, Kelley Chisholm, Sue Hanna, Graham Taylor, Subodh Kumar and NOP Channy.

The 22 expatriate volunteers who visit foreign prisoners in Cambodia’s prisons.

The 150+ volunteer prisoners who volunteer in their own prisons around Cambodia.

Prison Partners 
The General Department of Prisons in the Ministry of Interior for providing access and support to deliver restorative services in prisons.
The prison directors of the 24 prisons in which we work, for engaging in the work of restoring lives and helping us organize the in-prison aspects of our work.