SCOTT NEESON’S STORY

In 2003, Scott decided to give up his high-flying lifestyle and walk away from Hollywood.
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HOMELESS WORLD CUP 2018: VANNET PHAL

20 July 2018

4 young CCF footballers have been chosen to represent Cambodia in the Homeless World Cup 2018 in Mexico in November. Meet Vannet Phal, the first in our series profiling the CCF stars Growing up in...

LIFE WITH LINA

19 July 2018

Brian Dechant, 63, a Canadian national and retired hotel executive who lived in Asia for...

YOUNG SCHOLARS

12 July 2018

6 CCF students have been awarded a six-year scholarship at the private International School of...

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HOMELESS WORLD CUP 2018: VANNET PHAL

20 July 2018

4 young CCF footballers have been chosen to represent Cambodia in the Homeless World Cup...

LIFE WITH LINA

19 July 2018

Brian Dechant, 63, a Canadian national and retired hotel executive who lived in Asia for...

YOUNG SCHOLARS

12 July 2018

6 CCF students have been awarded a six-year scholarship at the private International School of...

REMEMBERING SANG

11 July 2018

When their beloved mother, Sang Payne, passed away, her children wanted to honour her Khmer...

PEAK PRACTICE

6 July 2018

Intrepid adventurer Gary Rosewell, 33, from the UK has set himself a tall challenge to...

TOP HONOUR FOR SCOTT NEESON

3 July 2018

Highest award in Cambodia conferred on CCF Founder and Executive Director Scott Neeson Scott Nesson,...

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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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