What we do

Little Acorns currently supports vulnerable / orphaned children in Cambodia.

Our focus is to support the Future Light Organization (FLO). FLO’s needs align with our own objectives enabling us to support their day to day running costs including food, electricity, fire wood, medical / hygiene supplies. This close relationship enables us to witness first-hand that funds raised are used appropriately. Please refer to the “Our Achievements” section for further detail of our work so far.

We will, at all times, be diligent in our assessment in providing grants to ensure that all donations are put to the best use. All donors will be kept up to date with the progress of the projects they support.

100% of all donations will be used to directly support those in need

All Human, All Equal

United Nations Human Rights Day, 2021

Our Trustees

Matt Baker

Matt is Divisional Director at Howden Insurance Brokers Ltd in London and is also a member of their Community Impact committee. Matt has previously worked on charity projects in Nepal, supporting two schools in the capital, Kathmandu. Matt’s charitable focus during the last few years has been supporting education and poverty relief in and around Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Matt’s specific focus so far in Cambodia has been to support the Future Light Organization (FLO).

Bernard Chant

Bernard worked in the English and Italian Insurance Industry throughout his career before moving to Switzerland. In his spare time he regularly plays badminton (which is his passion) and now helps to teach the sport to children from the local area as well as Ukrainian refugees. While living in England, Bernard was a Director of Wimbledon Racquets & Fitness Club. Bernard’s charitable focus is also in Phnom Penh, supporting FLO.

Paul Wilkins

Paul has worked in the field of Building Safety for over 40 years culminating in being Chief Executive of one of the largest private sector building regulation and fire safety organisations.

Paul was driver of the organisations Corporate Social Responsibility policy supporting local, national and international charities.
More recently Paul has directly supported the Wet Wheels Foundation providing access to the sea including those with severe and profound disabilities for all disabled people, alongside FLO in Phnom Penh.

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