St. John Phnom Penh
Himawari Hotel Apartments was awarded a CSR Recognition Award by the Singapore Compact for Corporate Social Responsibility (now Global Compact Network Singapore). Through its CSR programme, Himawari Hotel Apartments supported the formation of the St John Phnom Penh Organisation, a non-governmental youth voluntary organisation specialised in providing ﬁrst aid and home nursing training. With Himawari Hotel Apartments support, St John Phnom Penh members are able to improve the health and well-being of the Cambodia people through the teaching of ﬁrst aid, performing public duties, and providing humanitarian aid throughout Cambodia.
Project Khmer Hope
Project Khmer H.O.P.E. (PKH) was set up by St Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore in 2000 to share God's love with poor and needy Cambodians by meeting their social and economic needs. PKH is a non-governmental organisation registered in Cambodia, working in collaboration with the Cambodian Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation. It operates from the PKH (Anglican) Centre in Chbarmon district of the Kampong Speu province. Himawari Hotel Apartments is a proud sponsor and supporter of Project Khmer H.O.P.E. hospitality centre training room, and providing internship programme for the youth from PKH.