Pour un Sourire d’Enfant (PSE)

PSE was founded in 1995 by a French couple who was inspired to feed the children living off a dumpsite in Phnom Penh so they wouldn’t scavenge it for food. From this simple act they now shelter and educate thousands of children and are now feeding over 9,000 a day.  
PSE is one amongst many non-profit organisations that ANZ Royal partners with to offer support in the form of donation, in-kind and time. The partnership began since 2008 and is still going strong. With the work and alignment of values, ANZ Royal have been able to deliver our commitment to the communities in which we live and work; also, work towards our core corporate responsibility to help foster sustainability through education, especially financial literacy. The $20 Challenge has so far helped many eager entrepreneurs realise their dreams of running their own business.
For more information, please visit: Pour Sourire d’Enfant (PSE).

Partnership Milestone
Date Title
2008 Start of ANZ Royal and PSE partnership.
2009 Donated 100 bikes and helmets.

Launches the first generation of Business Plan Contest - ANZ Royal $5 Challenge.

Donated study materials.

2011 Launches the second generation of the ANZ Royal $5 Challenge.

Donated library books, playground and organic garden to PSE Community Centre in Sihanoukville province.

Launches the third generation of the ANZ Royal $20 Challenge.

2015 ANZ Royal donates the second library in Phnom Penh.