Sharing Your Skills

The CCF Volunteer Program focuses on recruiting skilled volunteers with professional experience to assist in building capacity for ongoing development within the organisation. Successful volunteers at CCF are enthusiastic individuals with specific skills and expertise willing to work directly with our staff to share, collaborate and empower.

Unfortunately CCF does not accept short-term volunteers. Aside from some specific projects advertised, volunteers must be able to commit to at least 3 months. Volunteering at CCF is an extremely rewarding experience, however it can also be very challenging. If you want to join our team on the ground in Cambodia, please view our current openings.

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Volunteering News

Spotlight on… Sophanna, Volunteer Superstar

7 October 2016

“Life is a journey of struggles. Yet, if we try hard, I believe it is...

Financial Freedom

19 February 2015

Each year Cecelia Beirne, a long-term CCF volunteer with a background in structured finance and...

Volunteer Chat: Jen Scantlebury, HR Expert

6 June 2014

Jen Scantlebury, a human resources consultant from Australia, arrived at Cambodian Children’s Fund in August....

My Experience Volunteering at Cambodian Children’s Fund

3 March 2014

This post was written by Carly Nugent, who just finished a stint volunteering at Cambodian...

Campaign for CCF

For larger fundraising efforts, we will even work with you to setup a “Fundraising Campaign” on the CCF website, which will allow donations to be made directly to your campaign via our donation platform. We will provide you with all the support you need, and we may even be able to profile your fundraising activities on the CCF blog and social media channels.

For larger fundraising efforts, we will even work with you to setup a “Fundraising Campaign” on the CCF website, which will allow donations to be made directly to your campaign via our donation platform. We will provide you with all the support you need, and we may even be able to profile your fundraising activities on the CCF blog and social media channels.

Current Campaigns