Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH), Spanish for Our Little Brothers and Sisters, is an organization that has provided a home for thousands of orphans and abandoned children throughout Latin America and the Caribbean since 1954. NPH provides shelter, food, clothing, healthcare and education in an environment based on unconditional acceptance and love, sharing, working and responsibility. Each home has its own clinic, primary and secondary school. Reciprocity is also a foundational ideal of NPH, and every pequeno must give a year of service at their home after graduating high school and before going to college. Many NPH children work later in life for the organization as lawyers, teachers, doctors, and home and national directors. 

Angkor Buddhist Organization (ABO) was established in 2011 by the Venerable Kroch Bopha and other monks and friends of Wat Polangka temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia. ABO is a not-for-profit organization providing education and community development for children and their families. It receives no government support and relies solely on donations and the work of volunteers.