Originally from the Netherlands, Sallo founded PCF in Thailand in 2011. After years of working in Dutch television, his travels to Southeast Asia gave him the vision of helping local communities in need by providing them with the necessary resources to improve their living conditions and lead dignified lives.
I wanted to found an organisation that I myself would feel confident donating to. PCF is that organisation.
Lani, originally from America, joined PCF in February 2016. She works closely with each team member to ensure we continue to fulfil our mission of supporting vulnerable communities. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Languages and Literatures from the University of Florida, and a Master of Arts in International Relations and Environmental Policy from Boston University.
We have an amazing team that is truly dedicated to our work and that keeps me looking forward to new goals.
Noona, from Thailand, joined PCF in January 2014. She is responsible for taking the lead in identifying new partners and projects, conducting monitoring and evaluation (M&E), and supervising project administration. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology from Chiang Mai University.
Working at PCF fits me because I can contribute my skills to its mission while growing professionally.
Mam, from Thailand, joined PCF in February 2018. With several years of operational experience in various organisations, she is in charge of supporting the Project Team in all financial aspects, to include reviewing proposed budgets, budget tracking and project financial reporting.
I enjoy working with this professional team to develop and grow the capacity of both PCF and our partners.
Game, from Thailand, joined PCF in January 2018. He is in charge of coordinating project administrative materials, facilitating communication between PCF and projects, and developing internal monitoring and evaluation (M&E) tools. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Chiang Mai Rajabhat University.
Being Project Coordinator at PCF is a great opportunity to develop my skills while working with a professional team.
Terd, from Thailand, joined PCF in April 2017. He is tasked with identifying new organisations to partner with, new projects to support, and coordinating site visits to potential project sites. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Home and Community Development and a Master of Arts in Sub-Mekong Regional Studies from Chiang Mai University.
Working at PCF is all about building bridges. Through working in partnership with local organisations, we are able to support and empower so many.
Evan, originally from America, joined PCF in November 2016. He takes the lead on all communications activities, including project proposals and reports, external marketing, and website management. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from Bellevue University, and a Master of Arts in International Affairs from George Washington University.
The most unique aspect of PCF is its transparency. Those who donate to us aren't funding a shiny office, fundraisers, or lobbying - but meaningful impact to those in need.
Kelsey, originally from America, joined PCF in October 2017. She takes the lead on all social media and online outreach activities. She received a bachelor’s in English Literature from Knox College and has been working in non-profit communications in Afghanistan for the past few years.
Working with PCF is a wonderful opportunity to assist community-based organisations while gaining a deeper understanding of the region and its needs.
Mei, from Thailand, joined PCF in May 2016. She coordinates with Thai agents, assists with accounting, and handles immigration duties for foreign staff. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Tourism from Naresuan University, and is currently studying for a bachelor’s degree in Forest and Environmental Management from Sukhothai Thammathirat University.
PCF is a great place to work! I have learned so much and have been able to help the team and organisation in many ways.
Jeab, from Thailand, joined PCF in November 2017. She is responsible for managing and administering our finances, as well as producing the financial reports required by all international and Thai-NGOs. She received a bachelor’s in Administration and Accounting from Rajamangala University of Technology.
I am happy to work with PCF because of the great teamwork and the fact that I can help share this happiness with the people and projects we support.
IT expert from Ireland, who set up a free customer relationship management (CRM) system for us, migrating contact details and configuring the CRM to meet our requirements. He supports us with all our IT issues and advises on social media use and functionality. Mark developed our website.
A friend from Malaysia who connected us to some great sponsors and has helped us with several administrative tasks. She acts as an advisor on our organisational processes and management strategies.
Ann is the Founder and former president of non-profit organisation Help without Frontiers – Switzerland. She supports several of our projects that focus on Burmese refugees in Thailand and she helps with fund raising and by creating awareness for our organisation in Switzerland and Germany.
Professional photographer and provides images of our projects and surroundings. Joe has made connections with foundations in Nepal and continues to support our work.
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