Trailblazer Foundation

​​November 2017


We at Trailblazer Foundation are grateful for being financially supported by caring and conscientious people.  Thanks, David (and Craig).

July 2017


Friendly Planet Foundation Pledges The Last $2,500 For Trailblazer's Campaign To Purchase New Well Drilling Equipment.....

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November, 2017:  In 2017, Trailblazer will continue our most well-known activities at their present levels (providing wells, water filters, and schools), expand those activities that complete our well-rounded rural community development strategy (agricultural trainings, and income-generating opportunities), and purchase some much needed new equipment (to replace our aging well drilling and water filter construction equipment).

Trailblazer Foundation's 

Major Objectives for 2017... 

(Here's what your financial support will help fund)

October 2017


I want to acknowledge and thank Ahmed Raees and the Rock'n'Roll Bar for the generous support received from their Sept. 25th charity event.

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- In 2017, Trailblazer will continue our most well-known activities at their present levels (providing wells, water filters, and schools), expand those activities that complete our well-rounded rural community development strategy (agricultural trainings, and income-generating opportunities), and purchase some much needed new equipment (to replace our aging well drilling and water filter construction equipment). Specifically, we will:


construct and distribute water filters to 450 rural families (with an average of five people per family).


-  drill new wells for 100 Cambodian families.


- provide 50 families with a new latrine, and the better hygiene that comes with it.


-  expand our Food Security Program so we can provide agricultural trainings to 180 people (an 80% increase in trainings from 2016).

- secure the funds needed to build a new secondary school in a rural Cambodian village, which will provide an education to approximately 400 children.


- work with 30 graduates of our agricultural trainings to launch a Farmer Community Group, through which these farmers (almost all women) will grow crops specifically for sale to stores and/or restaurants in Siem Reap City.


- donate 20 sewing machines to the local Women's Development Center, to be given to graduates of the Center's sewing training, so each graduate has a machine to work with at home, to make and sell clothes and other textiles/products.


-  provide each of the 24 Village Funds Trailblazer helped launch during the last 12 years with capacity building training (these Village Funds are a micro-loan program that enables rural villagers to get the capital they need to start or grow a business or meet some other financial need).  

Funding Needs and Donor Good Deeds

Trailblazer Foundation is a Not-For-Profit Organization 

(and all contributions are tax-deductible, EIN #20-1063922)

As a nonprofit organization with our headquarters in the United States, Trailblazer Foundation received our 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS on March 3, 2005, and a confirmation letter of our nonprofit status on August 25, 2010 (see IRS letters here).


Trailblazer Foundation has a Gold Level designation from GuideStar (see profile here).

Your Contribution helps improve the quality of living

for people in rural Cambodia


October 2017


Chris visited with Mealea Nguon Sovann, Artisans Angkor's Communications Director. Artisans Angkor donated a sandstone "bas-relief" sculpture to Trailblazer's raffle.