CCF across borders


CCF is fortunate to have a growing array of passionate supporters. That band is increasingly taking on an international flavor, with support growing particularly noticeably in Australia and the UK and offers of help now coming from as far afield as Italy and Taiwan. The most recent location to respond to CCF’s need is Hong…

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Koh Pich – The tragic end to Cambodia’s 2010 Water Festival


As everyone with an interest in Cambodia will know, the last day of this year’s Water Festival, was the last day in the lives of the 456 people who died in a crush on a narrow bridge to an island, Koh Pich bridge, on which major festival events were held. The crowds were thousands strong…

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UK Taxpayer? You can help CCF even more


CCF is now has its own unique support organization in the form of CCF-UK, a fully registered UK charity; registration number 1135214. CCF-UK has a single and utterly essential aim – raising the funds to support CCF’s work in Cambodia, thereby ensuring the continuation of our life-changing programmes. It is those funds which help ensure…

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Under Scrutiny: a Financial Watchdog Rates CCF


CCF was recently listed on Charity Navigator, the largest and most used non-profit evaluation service and financial watchdog in the USA. Charity Navigator measures key financial criteria to rate the cost efficiency and soundness of an organization. Charity Navigator evaluates over 5,500 US-registered non-profits. In rating an organization, Charity Navigator uses key financial criteria: program…

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CCF Welcomes Founding Members


Robert and Beth were clearly finding it hard to take in that they were actually in Cambodia and actually in CCF and that the person in front of them, lively, healthy and shining-eyed with her own delight, really was the girl they had sponsored so long ago and that they had waited so long to…

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Class Act Came to Visit


For a week and a day just before Water Festival, 25 children at CCF6 got the chance to take part in a week of photography and cross- cultural exchange thanks to the 3 strong team from Class Act who came to visit CCF. Based in San Diego, Class Act’s mission is to foster development of…

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US Ambassador Carol Rodley Visits CCF


It was a good day at CCF’s Community Centre, CCF5, when US Ambassador Carol Rodley came to visit. Callers for medical treatment and advice were being steadily processed while safe, fresh water being bottled for later delivery to needful households in the local community. Customers for the subsidized rice purchase program came and went and…

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Daylight’s Darkness


A few months ago CCF was invited to contribute a piece to the Lakhaon (Drama) International Festival of Culture 2009, a major arts event supported by the French Cultural Institute. The venue for the Festival was the Chenla Theatre. Recently fully renovated and with seating for 600, the Chenla is Phnom Penh’s and Cambodia’s most…

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Our Commitment to a Community


CCF is committed to rebuilding futures and bringing new hope to children and families who have been discarded and deserted. The Steung Meanchey community is where so many of our students once lived and worked, and even in times of uncertainty, as the community members’ needs evolve, so will we continue to redefine our methods…

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