St Thomas More College Cambodia 2017

Bridging the gap between residents and voluntary organisations

Supporting Youth

We are committed to supporting young people less fortunate than ourselves, through our fundraising, mentoring and other programs.


Mentoring students to provide life and educational skills to help them thrive.

Strengthening Community

Building community and upholding our Catholic values through togetherness, inclusiveness and kindness.

Current Campaigns

  • St Vincent de Paul Sleepout

    Students get a taste of what it’s like to experience a night homeless. All proceeds will go towards St Vincent de Paul’s in their effort to feed those unable to feed themselves.

  • St Clare Mentoring Program

    St Clare’s Mentoring Program

    A mentoring program that helps us change the lives of young females.

  • St Thomas More College and Ronald McDonald House

    Ronald McDonald House

    Providing entertainment and meal services to families.

  • Red Cross Blood Drive

    Annual blood drive and inter-college competition in the spirit of charity.

Arrupe x Tommy

In 2017, St Thomas More College underwent its first trip to Cambodia in partnership with the Arrupe Centre. This centre is a Catholic centre under the patronage of Apostolic Prefect, Msgr. Enrique “Kike” Figaredo, that works to help people with disabilities access education, healthcare, and employment opportunities. In collaboration with this centre, staff and students from St Thomas More College went over to experience the life of another culture, whilst also helping the centre in many of its projects. Such projects included visiting local villages and having an active involvement in the education centres they have provided. 

In addition to this, staff and students were able to participate in the Annual Angkor Wat Half Marathon in Siem Reap amongst the disabled children that are housed by the Arrupe Centre. Following the reign of the Khmer Rouge in the 1970s, much of Cambodian soil has been riddled with untouched landmines that still remain active today. For this reason, many children such as those housed in the centre, are left disabled due to accidents caused by these mines. Following promises made by the government to make Cambodia mine-free by 2025, this event serves as a reminder to hold them true to their word whilst also raising funds for those affected. 

Due to its immediate success, the college hopes to maintain a strong relationship with the centre as this trip becomes an annual occurrence for years to come. 

St Thomas More College Community Service

See how we're helping young people in Cambodia

Check out our Events Calendar

Participating in our Outreach Programme is incredibly fulfilling. We encourage everyone to register regardless of whether they choose to spectate or participate – all residents are welcome! For any further questions or enquiries please contact the current Outreach Resident Advisor.

Click here to view the Outreach Events Calendar.

Cambodia 2017 St Thomas More College

Change lives, empower people and build meaningful connections as a volunteer