August 16, 2018

Maly was born with a feet deformity and would have been unable to walk if it was left untreated. Thanks to CCF, she’s now running around like any normal little girl In a bright red tracksuit, Maly is like any other energetic four-year-old tearing around the room. But Maly’s mum does not mind her young…

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GYLS 2018: Inspiring Leadership

August 14, 2018

July 28 – August 3, 2018 After a week long adventure to the U.S, 10 CCF students have returned from the Tony Robbins Global Youth Leadership Summit (GYLS) having had an experience of a lifetime. The summit, which spanned over four days, gave students a unique opportunity to learn the skills they will need to…

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August 13, 2018

4 young CCF footballers have been chosen to represent Cambodia in the Homeless World Cup 2018 in Mexico in November. Meet Buntan Sok in the second part of our series profiling the CCF stars Buntan did not go to school as a young child because his family struggled to make ends meet and couldn’t afford…

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GYLS 2018 – 10 Years with CCF

July 27, 2018

After months of hard work and dedication, our 10 GYLS students are off to the U.S. for the trip of a lifetime.  This year marks the 10th year that the Tony Robbins Global Youth Leadership Summit (GYLS) has helped us send a group of students to the highly regarded event in San Diego, California. The…

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July 20, 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 rural Cambodia, Vannet Phal would kick a football with his friends around a makeshift pitch on wasteland near their homes…

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July 19, 2018

Brian Dechant, 63, a Canadian national and retired hotel executive who lived in Asia for 25 years, has been sponsoring CCF student Lina since 2014. It’s a special relationship that he treasures and here he explains why I first came to know of the Cambodian Children’s Fund in the Spring of 2014 by happy coincidence.…

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July 12, 2018

6 CCF students have been awarded a six-year scholarship at the private International School of Phnom Penh after beating off competition from more than 240 kids As her name was read out, Kanith rose from her chair and performed Sampeah, the traditional Cambodian way of saying a formal thank you. Clasping her palms together like…

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July 11, 2018

When their beloved mother, Sang Payne, passed away, her children wanted to honour her Khmer roots by fundraising for the Cambodian Children’s Fund, of which she was a big fan. As a tribute to Sang, CCF held a 100 Day Ceremony in her memory Everyone who knew Sang Payne was immediately struck by her kindness,…

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July 6, 2018

Intrepid adventurer Gary Rosewell, 33, from the UK has set himself a tall challenge to raise money for the Cambodian Children’s Fund – scaling Britain’s 3 highest mountains in 24 hours I visited Cambodia in 2016 and following the trip started to look into way that I could do my part to support the country.…

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July 3, 2018

Highest award in Cambodia conferred on CCF Founder and Executive Director Scott Neeson Scott Nesson, Founder of the Cambodian Children’s Fund and the Executive Director has been awarded the highest honour in Cambodia by order of King Norodom Sihamoni. The Grand Order Of National Merit of Cheatopka was founded by King Norodom Sihanouk in October…

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June 27, 2018

Baby found abandoned at just 5 days old is reunited with his parents a year later after they see a Facebook post by CCF about his plight With a gentle lift, baby Chhay was passed into his waiting mother’s arms. And in a matter of seconds, a family was reunited after almost a year. It…

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June 26, 2018

Vans hand out hundreds of products to CCF kids at a gifting event in Phnom Penh with Pro Legend skateboarders Tony Alva and Christian Hosoi The roar from nearly 2,000 children rolled around the marquee and almost threatened to lift the canvas roof right off before the wind got there first. Adding to the cacophony…

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