Shops and Businesses that Support a Good Cause

A.N.D Boutique
# 52C, Street 240, (opposite 240 Hotel), Phnom PenhTel: +(855)(0)23-224713
artisandesigners@gmail.com
www.artisandesigners.org
Artisans of Silver
Started as a social initiative to provide job opportunities for young artisans. Offering high-quality silver jewelry in exquisite designs including a beautiful evening collection.
Available at Ambre II, Elsewhere, Le Marais @AEON Mall, The Plantation, The Pavilion and Villa Langka.Phnom PenhTel: 023-6604747 
www.artisansofsilver.com 
 
Cambodian Creation
Aiming to generate income for at-risk Cambodians by providing sustainable employment based on fair trade principals. Jewelry, handicrafts and knitted toys as well as knitting, jewelry and handicraft classes.
#116 Street 113 (opposite Toul Sleng Museum), Phnom Penh 
Tel: +(855)(0)23-6317914
www.cambodiancreations.com
 
Daughters of Cambodia
Offering young women trapped in the Cambodian sex industry a way out through provision of jobs in fair trade businesses. Environmentally friendly cotton products made at Daughters, in original designs, including home furnishings, accessories, fashion clothing and gifts. The ground floor also has a women’s spa. Exhibition rooms providing education about the sex industry in Cambodia and a café on the top floor.
Open Mon – Sat, 9:00AM – 6:00PM.
#65Eo, Street 178Phnom Penh 
Tel: +(855)(0)77-657678
www.daughtersofcambodia.org
 
Friends ‘n’ Stuff
Offering cool hand-made gifts, such as notebooks made from Khmer newspapers, recycled bags and necklaces made from candy wrappers. If you’re looking for unique gifts from Cambodia that benefit a good cause, be sure to visit. Part of the Mith Samlanh NGO. Attached is the Nailbar, where you can relax with a massage and manicure from beauty students.
7 days, 11AM – 9PM.
#215, Street 13, at Friends, Phnom Penh
www.friends-international.org
 
Kroma Clothes Shop
Offering products from the attached Vocational Center and the Cambodia Japan Friendship Training Center. Khmer silks, cotton clothing, bags, pillows, homewares and handcrafted wooden toys. Special orders welcome.
Retail and wholesale.
Monivong (in Boeung Trabek HS), Phnom Penh
Tel: 023 694 44 49
kroma.clothes.shop@online.com.kh
 
Loom’s
A social enterprise established to secure income for women and artisans in the rural areas, with a mind to ethics and the environment. Products made in a workplace of dignity and respect. Unique hand-made silk/cotton products inspired by nature and heritage. All dyestuffs are AZO-free, safe, high-quality, plant extracts.
#133 Eo Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh 
Tel: +(855)(0)23-990125
 
Mekong Creations
Specializing in unique, locally made household and gift items, including papier mache, silk, bamboo and water hyacinth. Mekong Creations is part of the parent NGO Mekong Plus, designed to supportcommunity development programs in Cambodian and Vietnam.
Open 9:00AM – 7:00PM.
#45, Street 240, Phnom Penh.
  
Tel: +(855)(0)23-210545
mekong.creations.phnompenh@gmail.com
 
Mekong Quilts
Mekong Quilts specializes in high quality, hand-crafted bed covers, accessories and gifts. Quilts include Asian-inspired, contemporary, traditional and modern designs, as well as a colorful line of products for babies and children. Mekong Quilts is a non-profit community development project which provides sustainable employment for women in Vietnam and Cambodia. Custom orders welcome. International shipping is available by both sea and air.
#47-49, Street 240Phnom Penh 
Tel: +(855)(0)23-219607
#5 Sivutha Blvd, Siem ReapTel: +(855)(0)63-964498
www.mekong-quilts.org
 
NCDP Retail Outlet
The National Center for Disabled Persons is an NGO-based shop offering a large variety of Cambodian handicrafts and souvenirs including silks and silk products. Their selection of colorful and stylish silk purses and bags are particularly nice. NCDP’s goal is to assist disabled persons helping them to receive health and rehabilitation services, skills training and income-generating opportunities.
Visa/MC/JCB
#74 Street 592, Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh
Tel: +(855)(0)23-884382
ncdp_retail@ncdpcam.org
www.ncdpcam.org
 
Pidan Khmer
CYK handicraft has been renamed Pidan Khmer. Hand-woven cotton and silk, Cambodian ikat patterned silks, especially Hol Pidan; traditional pictorial ikat silk. Handloomed in Takeo and Kandal Provinces, the patterns are created using the traditional ikat method and natural dyes. Amazing collection of silks. 
Caring for Young Khmer (CYK) has been working in Cambodia since 1991 for the welfare of young children and women. CYK aims to promote healthy development of deprived young children who are forced to live under harsh environment from war, disaster, starvation and poverty and support their parents and their community to be self-reliant in a humane living environment.
9AM – 7PM
#170 St. 63, BKK1, Phnom Penh
Tel: 023 210 849
info@cyk.com.hk
www.cyk.org.kh
 
PSE Boutique 
All of the products at the boutique shop are made by women from the Stung Meanchey dumpsite. Your purchase of handicrafts, silk clothing, scarves and other products help benefit these women and their children who are now learning vocational skills and receiving an education through PSE.
Visa/MC/ANZ
Monday to Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM. Saturday closed at 12:00PM.
#402, Trea Village, Stung Meanchey
Phnom Penh
Tel: +(855)(0)12-508537
www.pse.asso.fr
 
Rajana
This NGO-run shop carries a wide range of items hand-made by Cambodian artisans, including silk products, bags, silk paintings, silver jewelry, home décor, handicrafts, pillows, hilltribe crafts and even local coffees, spices and condiments. Creative takes on traditional items, including shoulder bags made from krama textiles. Bringing fair-trade to all parts of Cambodia, working with home-based artisans, offering fair prices for handicrafts and skills training for young people. Shops in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville.
Visa/MC/JCB/AMEX
Streets 450 & 155, Phnom Penh
Tel: +(855)(0)23-993642
rajana@rajanacrafts.org
www.rajanacrafts.org
 
Tabitha Cambodia
The Tabitha Cambodia retail shop offers brightly-colored handmade Cambodian silk products of all sorts: purses, pillows, bed covers, clothes, shawls and toys. Tabitha Cambodia is an NGO that offers disadvantaged Cambodian women a six-week paid training course, allowing them to earn enough money to purchase a sewing machine to take home. Tabitha then places orders for fairly-priced handicrafts, providing a regular income and employment. 
Visa/MC/JCB
Corner of Streets 360 & 51, Phnom Penh
Tel: +(855)(0)23-721038
www.tabithasingapore.com

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