FROM GARBAGE DUMP TO VALEDICTORIAN

31/05/2019

As a child Sophy Ron didn’t go to school until she was 11 but thanks to CCF has just graduated from a university foundation year One of the first CCF students rescued from the notorious Phnom Penh garbage dump as a child has just graduated from Trinity College at the University of Melbourne. Sophy was…

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SREYNY’S PATH TO PUBLIC SCHOOL: AUSTRALIAN AID FRIENDSHIP GRANT

CCF received round one of the Australian Aid: Friendship Grant, enabling more than 1,000 CCF students to integrate into the Cambodian public school system in 2018. Now, students like 15-year-old Sreyny are not only integrating but flourishing In her white and blue public school uniform, Sreyny looks like any other Cambodian teenager as she joins…

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CCF CELEBRATES 15 YEARS

16/05/2019

Community comes together to mark milestone with day-long event and street festival attended by a member of the Cambodian royal family Cambodian Children’s Fund has celebrated its 15 year anniversary with a special day of festivities bringing together communities, staff and supporters. More than 3,000 people including CCF’s children and families attended the festivities commemorating…

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FIRE FAMILIES RECEIVE DONATIONS TO REBUILD

02/05/2019

Families whose homes were destroyed in a fire on March 17, and who owned the land they lived on, received a $1,500 donation to rebuild Thanks to generous donations, families are starting to rebuild after a fire on March 17 devastated a community where Cambodian Children’s Fund works, leaving 52 families homeless. 17 out of…

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GIVING TUESDAY – FAMILIES RECEIVE NEW HOMES

30/04/2019

A total of three homes have been built for families as a result of the #GivingTuesday campaign that generated donations for families in crisis In November 2018 Cambodian Children’s Fund launched a Giving Tuesday campaign to raise funds for families in need of new homes. After an overwhelming response, more than $10,000 was raised and…

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GIFT AN EDUCATION: SCOTT NEESON’S 60TH BIRTHDAY

10/04/2019

To mark his 60th birthday, Cambodian Children’s Fund Founder and Executive Director, Scott Neeson is asking for donations to CCF in lieu of gifts The campaign, which was launched on March, 18, aims to raise $60,000 in just 60 days in honour of Scott’s 60th birthday. Donations will go towards ensuring that Cambodian Children’s Fund…

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FAMILY TIME

05/04/2019

All children in CCF’s residential care will be spending Khmer New Year holiday with caregivers and their families Little Dara was taken into CCF’s care after his parents were unable to look after him any more. The six-month-old has been thriving with the support of our nursery team and is now looking forward to his…

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CCF AWARDED TENTH FOUR-STAR RATING BY CHARITY NAVIGATOR

03/04/2019

Cambodian Children’s Fund receives a four-star rating from America’s leading charity evaluator, Charity Navigator, for the tenth year running CCF’s strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. This rating is the tenth consecutive time that CCF has earned the…

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6 CCF STUDENTS WIN SCHOLARSHIPS TO THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF PHNOM PENH

02/04/2019

140 CCF students whittled down to 21 finalists, all hoping to win a scholarship to the International School of Phnom Penh (ISPP). The six lucky winners were announced this week Last year, the International School of Phnom Penh (ISPP) offered six scholarships to CCF students. The scholarship covers their schooling at the prestigious school in…

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FIRE APPEAL- DONATIONS RECEIVED TO BUILD NEW COMMUNITY

01/04/2019

Donations from Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen, individuals, companies and organisations across Cambodia and all over the world have met the funding needs for CCF’s Sambok Chab Fire Appeal Cambodian Children’s Fund has been overwhelmed by the response to an appeal launched for the 52 families left homeless by a fire that destroyed the…

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PRIME MINISTER’S DAUGHTER-IN-LAW VISITS FIRE FAMILIES

28/03/2019

Pich Chanmony visits Cambodian Children’s Fund to tour site of fire and meets families left homeless Her Excellency Pich Chanmony, who is married to His Excellency Hun Manet, the eldest son of Cambodian Prime Minister, Samdech Hun Sen, last week visited CCF to meet the families left homeless after a fire swept through a patch…

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