B1G1 and Better Hardware

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

​​May 2018

Thank you @betterhardware for your support. From Better Hardware "We support this fantastic initiative through @B1G1 whose members are part of a global community that uses business as a force for good 👊👌😊 Keep going guys! 

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Trailblazer Foundation is a Not-For-Profit Organization 

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

March 2018

This #WorldWaterDay, you can help

@TrailblazerFdn construct and deliver bio-sand water filters to 100 families in Cambodia's Siem Reap province. bit.ly/2GeqRp2

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Trailblazer Foundation's 

Major Objectives for 2018... 

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

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​​March 2018

Giving Back..."We had an amazing time with the team. It was Life Changing to say the least." To read more from one of Trailblazer's supporters who recently visited Cambodia, click on the link to Harvee Pene's blog

In 2018, Trailblazer will continue our most well-known activities at their present levels (providing wells, water filters, and schools) and expand those activities that complete our well-rounded rural community development strategy (agricultural trainings, and income-generating opportunities).

- In 2018, Trailblazer will continue our most well-known activities at their present levels (providing wells, water filters, and schools) and expand those activities that complete our well-rounded rural community development strategy (agricultural trainings, and income-generating opportunities). 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.


-  we will combine our agricultural trainings into a comprehensive “Homestead Garden Training,” which will focus on the basics of growing crops for personal/family consumption. We plan to hold ten of these trainings, for a total of 100+ attendees.

- secure the funds needed to build a new school in a rural Cambodian village.


- provide 100 bikes to students, helping to reduce another barrier to education.

​​April 2018

Thank you Mad Monkey Hostels for partnering with us in providing wells in Cambodia. And for introducing us to supporters like Chris & Lesleh.