Grant 2018 – Sala Baï Hotel and Restaurant School, Siem Reap, Cambodia

In 2018, the school selected Ms. Channpisey Vibol as the recipient of the PATA Foundation’s scholarship. Channipisey’s background Miss Channpisey was born on the 8th March 1998 in Ou Gno, Phnum Tauch, Mungkul B in Siem Reap province. Her parents are farmers. She has 4 siblings. Before coming to Sala Bai, she lived with her grandmother. What Channisey learnt at …

Grant 2017 – Sala Baï Hotel and Restaurant School, Siem Reap, Cambodia

The PATA Foundation awarded the grant to the Sala Bai Hotel and Restaurant School for the specific purpose of providing essential support to the outstanding students. In 2017, the school selected Mr. Sambol Sith as the recipient of the award. Sambol’s background Mister Sambol SITH was born on the 12th of April 1993 in a small village, Trach Pok, in …

PATA Foundation Grant

As a result of changes in the organisational strategy and operations of the PATA Foundation, we will no longer be accepting grant applications. We are proud of having supported over 130 small projects in 35 countries during our 30 year history.  However, there is a desire among the Board of Trustees to expand the PATA Foundation’s impact and going forward …

PATA Foundation Charity Gala Dinner

Join your friends for an entertaining night and help the PATA Foundation support deserving causes in Asia Pacific at the Radisson Blu Cebu in Cebu City, Philippines on Saturday May 11, 2019.

2018 EDIT Programme

PATA Foundation announces the sponsorship recipients to attend 2018 Executive Development Institute for Tourism (EDIT) Programme during April 23 – May 4, 2018 at TIM School, University of Hawai’i .

PATA Foundation Workshop

Foundation Board of Trustees, PATA CEO and staff brainstormed at PATA Foundation Workshop in Sri Lanka in May. They will meet again for the next step of strategic review in Macao in September. The workshop was moderated by Mr Oliver Martin, Principal, Twenty31 Consulting Inc. [nggallery id=12]  

PATA Foundation Infographic 1985-2016

To date, PATA Foundation has contributed over US$1.3 million to 132 projects and 144 scholarships and sponsorships in over 38 countries since 1985.

The Black Hmong and a Different Way of Life

A group of Black Hmong women leave their traditional village to embark on a journey to the city of Hanoi, with the aim to promote their village and businesses to tourism companies.