For easy reference, here are the answers to some of the frequently asked questions.
Where does Tabitha come from?
The name Tabitha comes from the Bible. It is found in the New Testament – the Book of Acts – Chapter 9 verses 36 to 42
By Whom and when was Tabitha Cambodia started?
Tabitha Cambodia was started in October 1994 by Janne Ritskes
How was Tabitha Cambodia initially funded?
It was funded by Janne Ritskes who cashed in her pension and savings to start it.
Does Tabitha Cambodia have any outlets for selling cottage industry in Cambodia?
Tabitha Cambodia has one outlet in Cambodia in the city of Phnom Penh. The address is #239, St 51, in BKK1, Phnom Penh
What hours is Tabitha Cambodia open?
From 8 am until 6 PM – from Mondays through Saturdays – closed on Sundays
Are there volunteer opportunities for people passing through Cambodia on holiday?
Sadly, we have no volunteer positions open for people on holiday in Cambodia. Please so come in and see us.
Are donations able to be sent to Cambodia through VISA or PAYPAL?
Yes. Donations can be done directly to Tabitha Cambodia through VISA and Mastercard only but not Paypal.
Are donations to Cambodia tax deductible?
No, Cambodia doesn't have tax deductibility benefit.
Is Tabitha Cambodia a registered NGO in Cambodia?
Yes it is – an MOU with the Royal Government is in effect through the offices of Ministry Of Women’s Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Is Tabitha Cambodia audited on an annual basis?
Yes, Tabitha Cambodia is audited on an annual basis. We also prepare annual plans and budgets as well as annual reports.