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. By visiting and encouraging our team, we pray that you feel more connected to the heart of AIM!

Before you apply

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

There are many different serving options available. Once your trip is approved, the team leader will send us a trip list that includes any special skills or gifting of the group. We will use this to customize your time here with AIM. A few examples of service projects are: helping the disciples with Kid’s Club by making crafts, singing, and dancing; building projects (on occasion); painting murals; 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. We recommend raising at least $3,000 per person. We are happy to give further recommendations on airfare and lodging.

There is a one time $200 participation fee (per person)  for one week stays and $300 if your team will be with us for longer. This helps to cover the cost of meals at the programs among other things to ensure you have the best trip possible.

The application for serving teams is below. Once you apply, your application will be sent to an AIM Staff member for review. If your application is approved, an AIM Staff member will connect with you to get the process moving forward by choosing dates and sending all of the necessary information. 

Cambodia is a beautiful, tropical country with a rich and complex culture. The weather is usually hot and humid. During monsoon season (typically May-September), storms are likely almost every evening.

Cambodians are very friendly towards foreigners. They will typically want to practice their English with you! 

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.

Currently, non-vaccinated people are allowed to travel to Cambodia without quarantine (3 days). However, in compliance with government mandates, our AIM policy states that unvaccinated persons are not authorized to enter into the programs or facilities. Anyone traveling to AIM programs will need to be fully vaccinated, including a booster. We will keep you updated if anything changes.

In Phnom Penh, 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 transport visitors to the large hospitals in these situations.

AIM is committed to relationships, so we invite you to become part of our family and witness our projects first-hand in Cambodia to see the impact your partnership is making.

2025 applications opening soon!

Our 2024 Trips and Teams are full. Please join us in praying for those who have committed to visiting us in Cambodia this year!

We will be accepting applications for 2025 soon.