A new hope for South East Asia
Our mission is to break poverty; one child, one family, one community at a time.
Feb 25 - Mar 3.
A bike ride from Parliament House to the top of Mt Kosciuszko
A team of young people from Rotary.
This is a great opportunity for families to come together and serve.
This awesome team are using their Chiropractic skills to be a force for good.
UNIVERSITY OF NSW
Join a team from Uni of NSW as they work with us on our current project.
EMBRACE ESCAPES (LADIES TEAM)
Join this group of women who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of others.
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 - 13th January 2020. Get a team of 4 people and register now.
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...
September 2019, myself and a team of students from the University of New South Wales volunteered with Restore One on the trip of a lifetime. We were given the opportunity to delve deep into Cambodia’s history and communities, learning about the issues facing young women such as ourselves and of the staggering differences in opportunity and education across the world. We had a hand in building a deck for the Restore One School, painting a mural inside the primary school toilets and hand-mixing cement for the foundation of a new shed at the high school.
We also experienced the maze of Phnom Penh markets and the awe of Angkor Wat and its surrounding temples in Siem Reap. This trip has been filled with experiences we will never forget, and it has been extremely inspiring and rewarding to witness the tangible differences Restore One is making to so many lives. I would highly recommend a trip with Restore One! It is has been a wonderful experience we will never forget!"—SASHA DRYDALE-CECH