Partner Organizations

We highly value our friends and colleagues also working in this arena of educating children and giving them a better chance at a self-sustaining life.

Give2Asia is an important affiliation for us. Currently Bill serves on their Board of Directors.

TWCCTW (Together We Can Change The World) is an organization focused on improving the lives of children in Southeast Asia. Bill serves this organization as a Board Member emeritus.

Global Washington is a Seattle based organization committed to supporting Pacific Northwest organizations and individuals in their international philanthropic efforts. Their annual conference is a “can’t miss” event. Here’s a link to an article Global WA published about our work.

Peter Scontrino is another good friend and professional colleague. At least twice each year, Peter travels to Thailand, Myanmar, and Cambodia with Bill to participate in our leadership training and coaching work there. Peter serves on the Board of our SE Asia Foundation as Vice President.

iLeap is a local non-profit learning organization, founded and directed by our good friend Britt Yamamoto. iLeap is dedicated to educating high-potential leaders of social service organizations in developing countries. A second program also run by Britt is called Perennial. Excellent opportunity for leaders to recharge their batteries and keep their inner flame burning.

She Investments, located in Phnom Penh is a fine organization (run by Celia and Lida) working to provide women entrepreneurs with the skills and the financing they need to successfully run their business, thus enabling them to better take care of their families.

COLOR is a Bellevue, WA 501(c)(3) non-profit run by Scott and Jennifer Longheyer. Great people. Strong Microsoft connection.

Developing World Connections is a Canadian registered charity headquartered in Kamloops, BC. Led by its founder, Wayne McRann, DWC sponsors volunteer groups to do meaningful construction projects in developing countries. We have collaborated on three such projects.

Jana Stanfield is a talented musician, entertainer, and world traveler who spends much of her time, energy, and resources visiting child care facilities not only to entertain the children but to raise money for their ongoing care and support.

Hands of Hope, located in Nong Khai (in the northeastern region of Thailand known as Isaan) is a loving compassionate program for helping women infected with HIV and AIDS live healthy and meaningful lives. They’ve recently opened a terrific on-line store showcasing the many products they make. Take a look at their catalog. I think you’ll be impressed.