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Strategic Partnerships


Our partnerships are more than just financial. We create meaningful relationships that engage companies and their employees deeply in the work of CCF and provide benefits that connect brands to our innovative grassroots model.


Thank you to our partners

Velcro circle

An amazing connection

Removing barriers and setting standards for high quality STEM education across Cambodia. Opened in 2017, the Neeson Cripps Academy was fully funded by Velcro Companies.

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TGB circle

Creating techies

Investing in digital literacy and technology based curriculum can help end the cycle of poverty.

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WH circle

Building houses, creating communities

Investing in creating clean and safe environments for families to grow.

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Creating win-win opportunities

CCF works with a range of partner organisations, from global corporations like Credit Suisse and Velcro Companies, through to small businesses, universities, schools and community organisations.

We aren’t simply looking for transactional grant-making – we want partner organisations who can help us on our road to sustainability. We understand that truly effective partnerships only occur when the partnership benefits both parties.

Key partners

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If you are interested in finding out more about how your organisation can work with CCF – whether it be through fundraising, skill sharing, gift-matching or workplace giving, please get in contact.

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Scott Neeson

My corporate life

"I believe one of the reasons that Cambodian Children’s Fund is such a success—whether in terms of the measurable impacts of education, maternal care, community standards, or whether measured by our financial management and transparency—is largely a factor of my corporate life. Corporate America has very high standards in terms of compliance, policy, and profitability, and these are assets that don’t normally apply to the nonprofit world."