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A new hope for South East Asia

Our mission is to break poverty; one child, one family, one community at a time.

Our Mission

To break poverty one community at a time, through: Housing || Education || Employment || Health initiatives

Get Involved

From building to teaching to simply nurturing, every person has a skill that can be used to help others. Sign up for an adventure today!

Donate

Support a school, build a home or feed a child...  You have the power to change lives in a whole variety of ways

Projects

Including our cafe in Phnom Penh, Primary School and new High School, housing for families in need and micro-businesses

FEBRUARY 2019

RIDE4RESCUE
Feb 25 - Mar 3.
A bike ride from Parliament House to the top of Mt Kosciuszko

JULY 2019

ROTARACT
A team of young people from Rotary.

FAMILY TEAM
July 10th-24th.
This is a great opportunity for families to come together and serve.

AUGUST 2019

CHIROPRACTOR TEAM
This awesome team are using their Chiropractic skills to be a force for good.

SEPT 2019

UNIVERSITY OF NSW
Join a team from Uni of NSW as they work with us on our current project.

NOVEMBER 19

EMBRACE ESCAPES (LADIES TEAM)
Join this group of women who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of others.

AVONDALE SCHOOLIES
For students who have completed Year 12 from Avondale School and some teachers only.

DEC 19/JAN 20

GREAT TUK TUK RACE
30th Dec 2019 - mid January 2020.
Get a team of 4 people and register now.

JANUARY
Available

Create your own custom trip in 2017-2018 

Why not get 10 to 20 of your friends together and work with the team here at Restore One to build your own custom trip? Maybe it's building houses; a school classroom; training teachers; or helping to get a micro-business up and running? The possibilities are endless...

Trip Review

In 2013 I went on Restore One's Rokforce Family Trip. I joined a team of committed families from Australia to build houses in a poor Cambodian community. The houses were for two young families who, at the time, lived in tiny huts which flooded during the monsoon season. Now, they have sturdy, elevated homes, secure and protected from the elements. We also immersed ourselves in the fantastic culture of Cambodia. We experienced the vibrant capital Phnom Penh, and Siem Reap, home of the spectacular Angkor Wat temples.

I can't recommend Restore One trips highly enough. It was fantastic to experience another world and help make a tangible difference to those in need. As for Restore One itself, donations go directly to people in need, there are absolute minimum admin costs, and they respect local culture and authority. Get involved and go on a trip with this amazing charity. It's good for the mind and soul, and you will remember it for the rest of your life! —JESSE KING