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HOMELESS WORLD CUP 2018: VUTHA TUM

21 September 2018

In the last of our series, we introduce you to CCF footballer Vutha Tum who has been selected to represent Cambodia at the forthcoming Homeless World Cup 2018 in Mexico Most teenagers heading off to...

RECYCLING FOR CCF

13 September 2018

Primary school students from Adelaide, Australia have raised an impressive $6,000 AU for CCF by...

NOVEL IDEA

12 September 2018

Mum Laura Pauley, 33, took her five-year-old daughter backpacking around Southeast Asia. Now she’s written...

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HOMELESS WORLD CUP 2018: VUTHA TUM

21 September 2018

In the last of our series, we introduce you to CCF footballer Vutha Tum who...

RECYCLING FOR CCF

13 September 2018

Primary school students from Adelaide, Australia have raised an impressive $6,000 AU for CCF by...

NOVEL IDEA

12 September 2018

Mum Laura Pauley, 33, took her five-year-old daughter backpacking around Southeast Asia. Now she’s written...

CITY2SURF

10 September 2018

Adventurous Sydneysider, Averil Yeo, raised $1,143.18 for Cambodian Children’s Fund by racing in City2Surf –...

ON A MISSION

7 September 2018

Television news anchor Sandra Sully recently travelled from Sydney to visit CCF and meet her...

HOMELESS WORLD CUP 2018: PHANNA PHORN

31 August 2018

Meet Phanna Phorn. He’s our third CCF footballer chosen to represent Cambodia in the Homeless...

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Cambodian Children’s Fund transforms the country’s most impoverished kids into tomorrow’s leaders, by delivering education, family support and community development programs into the heart of Cambodia’s most impoverished communities.

Since 2004, we’ve been working with children and families living in crippling poverty in the former dump community of Steung Meanchey. We believe that with the right education and support, one child can lift their family out of poverty. Today there are more than 2,000 students working towards a better future in our award winning education program.

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