Board of Directors
Sir/Mad. Robert Ineke Hilekes & Family Hand-Phone: 31-629-504-777 / 33- 493-283-861. Home-Address: Le Continental A/6/2 98000 MC Monaco, France. Contact-E-mail: email@example.com. They all got involved with our charity work (Education & Water Project) 2011.They're one of the most important donors of Angkor Charity Organization, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Sir/Mad.AndréAmerica Netherlands: They are one of our valued donors for the Angkor Charity Organization. Contact E-mail: Andre@matrixframe.nl. They both got involved with Angkor Charity Organization in the year of 2012. They are willing to help us more when we are in dire need. They really good-hearted people. We believe that they will do more donation.
Dr. Steven Sanderson & Drs. Penny United States: They are one of our valued donors in Siem Reap, Cambodia. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. They both have been involved with Angkor Charity Organization in 2103. They promised to help us more when we are in dire need to fulfill this work. And they are really enthusiastic with our charity work.
Sir/Mad. Dave Morse/Jan Marchbanks United States: They are our regular donors who always help us when we are in need. E-mail: email@example.com. They have been involved with Angkor Charity Organization in 2012. They are really enthusiastic with our charity work.
Sir/Mad. Paul Neighbour & Ms Helen Ann Lowrie. Australia: They are one of our valued regular donors in Siem Reap, Cambodia. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. They got involved with Angkor Charity Organization in the year of 2014. They always help our work when we all are really in need.
Family of Lucassen Joseph Holland. They are Dutch. Our valued and regular donor in Cambodia. E-mail: email@example.com. They got involved with ACO in 2012.
Mr. Sharon Halmkan/Mrs Clixby United Kingdom: They are one of our valued donors in Siem Reap. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. They got involved with Angkor Charity Organization in March 2014. The Angkor Charity Organization is trying to help a variety of people and causes in Cambodia. This ranges from orphan children to people without clean water. In the west, we can take education and clean water for granted and it was humbling to visit Cambodia and see first-hand the conditions many thousands of people live in - how could we not try and help. We met Nou Tat in March 2014 whilst on an organized trip to Cambodia. During the private and excellent guided tour he explained his history and all about the work of the charity. We met him in March 2014. Nou Tat was very honest with us about his and the country’s history and the charity work he is carrying out. We felt a great bond to this simple and honest man and his passion for his country and peoples. We felt we needed to help and only wish we could do more. We have you known it since March 2014. We trusted this organization. Yes. It was important to us that we met the founder and director of the charity and felt a great understanding of the work he is doing. We also felt able to trust him and that is why we are saving money to send to Cambodia to support his important work. We wish we could do more. Our whole family try to support it. We both save money to help. We will try and send regular donations, probably every 4 months and hope to continue this into the future.
Sir/Mad.Michael Armstrong Rosemary United Kingdom of England. They are one of our valued donors in Cambodia. E-mail: email@example.com. They both got involved with Angkor Charity Organization on 25/05/2014. When they were in Siem Reap, Cambodia. They decided to become our regular donor.
Michelle Morrow Curreri
Upon graduation from Bowdoin College, Michelle has worked in publishing for over 25 years with companies such as Rockport Publishers and Hachette. Currently she is the sole proprietor of Curreri World Services which handles export sales for various publishers into the Asian markets. In that role, she travels frequently to numerous Asian countries. Her first involvement with ACO came on a trip to Siem Reap where Nou Tat acted as her tour guide. Michelle fell in love with the country and people of Cambodia and immediately became involved with ACO. Since that time, she has helped to fund many fresh water wells and has been an asset in raising money and awareness for Cambodia and ACO. In 2012, Michelle brought her family to Cambodia and they are now also involved with ACO. It's Michelle’s goal to help to increase the international profile of ACO & continue to help the Cambodian. She lives in Massachusetts, USA with her family.
Olivia is a sixteen year old Junior at Beverly High School. Olivia is an excellent student and currently has a grade point average of 4.33 and is the Junior Class Treasurer. Olivia’s main passion is dance. She has been dancing since she was two at North Shore Dance Academy. Olivia trains 20+ hours a week, working in ballet, lyrical, jazz, hip hop, and Pointe but her favorite style and true passion is tap. Olivia is also very passionate about her charitable work, most recently volunteering time in the summer of 2013 to work and live on an orphanage in Honduras. Olivia became more involved with ACO after her first visit to Cambodia in 2012. She now assists in the social media aspects of ACO has continues to work to increase awareness and funds for the people of Cambodia. Olivia lives in Massachusetts, USA with her family.