ABC Radio National, “Scott Neeson’s Cambodian Children’s Fund”

Scott Neeson was one of Hollywood’s great figures in the 1990s, overseeing the release of numerous blockbusters as the head of marketing and later president of 20th Century Fox International.

But after 26 successful years in the movie industry, Scott left Hollywood behind to dedicate his time, energy, and wealth, to saving Cambodian children from poverty and giving them an education.

Scott founded the Cambodian Children’s Fund, which educates nearly 1,700 school age children, and provides healthcare and community outreach services for the wider community in Phnom Penh.

Listen to the ABC Radio National interview here:

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/breakfast/scott-neesons-cambodian-childrens-fund/5387716

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