The Daily Telegraph

Sally Hetherington will tell you she was once a voluntourist. The Northmead woman who has been awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) as part of the Queen’s Birthday honours moved to Cambodia in 2011 to help street children. “I fell in love with the country but I realised I was going about things the wrong way,” she said.

GOOD Magazine

Read about our CEO’s journey to sustainable development in Cambodia.

Probono Australia

It was in 2008 on a holiday to visit relatives in Myanmar that Hetherington learned about the devastating effects of Cyclone Nargis, a natural disaster that killed over 80,000 people. 

World Nomads Podcast

From 24:26, learn about what our CEO discovered when she moved to Cambodia.