Raring and ready to get to work, a group of Year 12 students and staff have travelled to Cambodia these holidays, joining RAW Impact to build an entire bamboo house in a local village. The group have been fully immersed in the Cambodian culture, working alongside Khmer locals to make lasting change.


Over the holidays, Year 12 students and three staff from Carramar and Duncraig volunteered their time on the St Stephen’s Global Cambodia Tour. As a result of their hard work, a Cambodian family who were living in a small unsafe house now has a new home. Read more about the tour in the Joondalup Times.


St Stephen’s School students build family home in Cambodia

Serve God, Serve One Another

Thanks to RAWimpactOrg for sharing this heartwarming video of St Stephen’s School’s recent Service Tour to Cambodia. Seeing our work in motion like this makes us very proud members of our community.

“And as for you, brothers and sisters, never tire of doing what is good.” – Thessalonians 3:13

Cambodia Service Tour Departs

Early this morning the first St Stephen’s School Service Tour of 2018 left for Cambodia. The tour is organised through Raw Impact who aim to empower families through innovative and sustainable projects.

We wish them a safe journey and a blessed tour.

Keep updated with their journey and adventure on the St Stephen’s Global Blog or Facebook:

Cambodia Service Tour 2018

RAW Impact – St Stephens 2018

“Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.”  – Peter 4:10