CCF’s Angkor Wat half marathon stars are back..


CCF students Srey Pov and Ly Moeurn joined more than 8,500 runners from 75 countries on Sunday and competed in the 20th edition of the Angkor Wat half marathon. The students had a pre-race dinner with our wonderful partners the Panda Paddlers and special guest – the ‘Khmer Marathon King’ Hem Bunting who gave them…

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Introducing CCF’s half marathon stars…


CCF students Srey Pov and Ly Moeurn are proud to be running the Angkor Wat Half Marathon next month to raise funds for Cambodian Children’s Fund. Before joining CCF, Srey Pov never had the chance to participate in any sporting activities. Like many families in our community, Srey Pov’s family struggled to earn enough money…

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Panda Paddlers Lend a Paw to CCF


Dec. 11, 2014 – The Panda Paddlers, a Hong Kong dragon boat racing team committed to philanthropy, visited Cambodian Children’s Fund to see first-hand how their fundraising efforts will help the cause. The group have been long-time supporters of CCF. Now, they hope to raise more than $1 million HKD ($130,000 USD) to fund the…

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Northbridge International School Runs for the Fund


May 20, 2014 – Maybe they were born to run. For 24 hours, students at Northbridge International School, Cambodia gave it their all in the fourth annual 24-hour run. In the process of the exhausting effort, students exceeded their fundraising goal by raising more than $6,000 for Cambodian Children’s Fund. The event was a lot…

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Gilks Family Opens New Shelter for Children


April 4, 2014 – Cambodian Children’s Fund opened a new shelter this week, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the support of Pete Gilks, his son Ben, and a host of supporters throughout the U.K. Pete, managing director the Phnom Penh-based Asia Pacific Cider Company (Bruntys), is keen to give back to the country…

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Donated iPads Aid University Students


Oct. 11, 2013 – Universities in Cambodia open later this month for the new school year and the 30 incoming freshman from Cambodian Children’s Fund will be well equipped for the challenge. Thanks to the kindness of donors, all the students have been loaned iPads on a semester-by-semester basis to aid their studies. “I think…

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A New Year’s Resolution Worth Keeping


This post was contributed by Anouk, a CCF supporter from Australia. Through a bit of luck and happenstance, she decided to sell scarves and donate all proceeds so that CCF kids can have a bus to take to class. Hundreds have been sold already and you can find out more on her Facebook page. After…

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