students enrolled annually
invested yearly in education and the community
of graduates in jobs
What we do
Over 1000 students are empowered every year through our schools and programs: performing, visual, and applied arts leisure classes, and vocational training aid children and young adults to develop their creativity, communication, and concentration skills, and to access a sustainable artistic career whilst preserving and promoting Cambodian arts and culture.
Help us spread a passion for the arts across Cambodia. We believe that all children, regardless of their background, deserve to have access to the healing powers of the arts. Our artistic training provides art therapy as well as professional skills that lead to lasting employment. Your donation directly supports these programs.
Come see a show!
Multiple times a week, you can experience circus shows by our talented students. Shows take place on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 7pm, and tickets are bought directly at the campus.
Visit the campus
Mornings and afternoons, Monday to Friday, we welcome you on free guided tours of our vibrant campus.
Sponsor a child
When you join our child sponsorship program, your monthly gift gives our most at-risk students the aid and support they need to stay in school and pursue their passions.
Volunteer with us
We welcome committed and passionate volunteers who have specific expertise or experience which fills a current need. Those needs change over time, but some examples of skills often needed are in social media, communications, IT, lighting and sound design, merchandising and customer service.
Do you believe in the power of the arts as a tool for human development and social change? If this is you, join our team! Check out our open positions here.
News & Stories
December 18th marked a day we had been looking forward to for a very long time. After months of hard work, we were able to present our virtual fundraising gala Fight for Light: A one-of-a-kind musical circus adventure and multimedia love story about Phare Ponleu...
Through a series of workshops in the fall, we’ve focused intensely on training Battambang’s public school kindergarten teachers on integrating arts in the education of young children. The first workshop took place back in September, where we hosted Kindergarten...
Cambodian non-profit Phare Ponleu Selpak completed an incredible journey that started on 7th March 2021, when it performed a 24-hour circus in a last-ditch effort to raise funds to survive the pandemic and set a Guinness World Record. Phare was finally able to...
Celebrating three years of LDNH Campaign On Friday 14 October, we held a Mini Festival on our Campus called ‘Today’s Tomorrow’, wrapping up all the lessons learned during the past three years of implementing the LDNH project. Love Does Not Hurt was a three-year...
As societies evolve, difficulties that young people also change: scholastic and peer pressure, family breakdowns, toxic living environments, social and cultural changes, the risks connected to the misuse of social networks, difficulties in managing emotions and...
Malnutrition still impacts many children in Cambodia. Rice, some meat and vegetables is in their diet but seldom fruit and dairy products, because they are not affordable by vulnerable households. Moreover, Cambodians consume excessive amount of salt, sugar, and MSG....