Join us on the ground

We want our AIM partners to be a part of our family. To get to know the work that you are supporting and the lives you are impacting, we invite you to witness our projects first-hand in Cambodia and Belize. By visiting and encouraging our team, we pray that you feel more connected to the heart of AIM!

Check out the video below from a 2024 team and their experience on the ground!

What to expect on your trip

As you’re exploring the possibility of visiting Cambodia or Belize, check out these frequently asked questions. Still have questions? Email us here!

There are many different serving opportunities available. Once your trip is approved, AIM Staff will propose a project for your church based on an actual need on the ground. A few examples of service projects we have had in the past are: major construction, supporting kids club, painting murals, camping trips, and more!

The cost of trips varies depending on where you choose to stay, what airline you fly with, and what projects your team decides to focus on while you’re in Cambodia and Belize. For Cambodia, we recommend raising at least $3,000 per person. For Belize, we recommend raising $2,000 – $2,500. We are happy to give recommendations on airfare and lodging.

There is a one-time $225 participation fee. This helps to cover the cost of meals at the programs (Cambodia only) and your team shirts among other things to ensure you have the best trip possible.

The interest form for serving teams is below. Once you submit your interest form, it will be sent to an AIM Staff member for review. If you are approved, an AIM Staff member will connect with you to get the process moving forward.

Cambodia and Belize are quite similar in climates. They are beautiful, tropical countries with a rich and complex culture. The weather is usually hot and humid. During monsoon season (typically May-October), storms are likely almost every evening.

Cambodians and Belizeans are very friendly towards foreigners. Cambodians will typically want to practice their English with you as the native language is Khmer. English is commonly spoken in Belize!

AIM will have a few suggestions for lodging to make sure you are safe and close to common locations. We don’t recommend exploring on your own, as it is safer to go out with a group of 2 or more.

In Phnom Penh, Cambodia and Cayo District, Belize, there are a few hospitals available for emergency services. There are also many clinics with quality facilities and treatment available. 

AIM staff has an action plan for emergencies and can help arrange transport for visitors to large hospitals in these situations.


There’s certainly nothing like seeing this incredible work in action for yourself. If you are feeling called to visit our programs, let us know below! We’d love to connect and explore the possibility of partnering with you and your team.