Sustainable Cambodia, Inc. is a Rotarian-led Florida nonprofit corporation. Its permanent legal address is 1110 NE Third Street, Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida. It currently has 14 members on the Board of Directors:

  • Volunteer Director / Board Chair – Rotarian Richard R. Allen
  • Volunteer Director / Secretary / Treasurer – Rotarian Susan J. Mastin
  • Volunteer Director – Rotarian Elena Fraser (Florida)
  • Volunteer Director – Julie Johnson (Florida)
  • Volunteer Director – Rotarian PDG Gabor Karsai (New York)
  • Volunteer Director – Rotarian PDG Jennifer Scott (Australia)
  • Volunteer Director – Rotarian PDG Ian Scott (Australia)
  • Volunteer Director – Rotarian Paul B. Stringham (Utah)
  • Volunteer Director – Rotarian Vicki Greenberg (New York)
  • Volunteer Director – Rotarian Dennise Herrick (Australia)
  • Volunteer Director – Bruce A. Lasky (Laos)
  • Volunteer Director – Wendy Moorish (Laos)
  • Volunteer Director – Rotarian Mike Orbin (Pennsylvania)
  • Volunteer Director – Rotarian Ryan Kern (Florida)

Articles of Incorporation

The Articles of Incorporation of Sustainable Cambodia lay out our vision and mission:

  • To help the residents of Cambodian villages build self-sustaining communities where people want to live, with healthy water and facilities, good food, health care, and education for the residents, where there are environmental and social responsibility and employment that allows them to sustain and continually improve their quality of life.
  • To maintain a long-lasting relationship with the people of Cambodia, assisting them in increasing their own self-sufficiency and quality of life.
  • To so empower the residents of the villages in which we work so that they will be able to maintain and improve their quality of life with a minimum of ongoing outside financial assistance, and where many residents will voluntarily stay in their communities or return to them because of the high quality of life created there.
  • To assist the residents of the villages in which we work in spreading this development to other communities throughout Cambodia.
  • Through spreading the model throughout the country, to raise the economic, educational, environmental, and social quality of life for all residents of Cambodia.

Special Policies

All-Cambodian Staff for Empowerment
By our founding principles, only native Cambodians may be employed as paid staff, and all international officers, directors, and consultants must be unpaid volunteers, ensuring that 100% of funding goes directly into the rural village and school programs.

Rotary Principles & Accounting Transparency
Sustainable Cambodia conducts its operations in accordance with Rotary’s principles, including applying the Rotary 4-Way Test to all decision making. We also pledge to maintain fully transparent accounting, accurately recording all contributions and maintaining full and accurate records of all expenditures, with full reporting of this being made available on the website or, upon request, to any outside party.

Political & Social Advocacy
Sustainable Cambodia will pursue its mission and vision while operating as a non-political charitable organization.

Tax-Deductible Contributions

Sustainable Cambodia is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3)) of the U.S Internal Revenue Code, and contributions to Sustainable Cambodia qualify as deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributors will receive a tax receipt statement from the organization for use in the preparation of the federal income tax returns. Sustainable Cambodia is registered with the State of Florida, Registration # CH18807.

A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.

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