A ROYAL VISIT

11/02/2019

Her Royal Highness Princess Samdech Reach Botrei Preah Anoch Norodom Arunrasmy returned to Cambodian Children’s Fund at the weekend to visit the CCF housing communities CCF had the honour of hosting Her Royal Highness Princess Samdech Reach Botrei Preah Anoch Norodom Arunrasmy on Sunday. Having previously attended the adult literacy graduation, the CCF community was…

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SCOTT’S CAFE OPENS FOR BUSINESS

31/01/2019

Located in the heart of the CCF community, the coffee shop will provide a focal point for families to meet A community cafe was officially opened today (Jan 31) to provide a safe and welcoming space for CCF families and members to meet. Named Scott’s Cafe, after CCF Founder and Executive Director Scott Neeson, the…

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NEW BATCH OF CCF ADULT LITERACY GRADUATES

24/01/2019

Proving that it is never too late to learn, our parents, grannies and grandpas put on their caps and gowns for the CCF Adult Literacy Program graduation. With a royal guest and a sudden rainstorm, the ceremony was one to be remembered At the age of 64, granny Chhorn has been learning to read and…

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30 REASONS TO CELEBRATE

18/01/2019

30 black gowns, 1 Cambodian idol and a crowd of teary faces: the 2018 graduation was a night to remember. As 30 CCF students triumphantly tossed their caps into the air, it was time to celebrate and reflect on where it all began On December 20th, 2018, CCF students, families, staff and supporters, excitedly gathered…

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HONORARY PHD FOR CCF FOUNDER SCOTT NEESON

23/12/2018

Doctoral degree awarded for service to the children of Cambodia Scott Neeson, the founder and executive director of the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF), has received an honorary PhD in Humanities from the Pannasastra University of Cambodia in Phnom Penh. It was awarded in recognition of his sacrifice and dedication to improving lives of underprivileged children…

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CAMBODIAN COMPANY GEOLINK DONATES 20 TONS OF RICE TO CCF

29/11/2018

A substantial donation of 20 tons of rice from Cambodian company, the Geolink Group, is the biggest of its kind for CCF, with the hope it will inspire other businesses to get involved A gift of 20 tons of rice – enough to feed CCF’s entire community for a month – has marked the start…

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1,200th BABY MILESTONE

13/11/2018

CCF recently celebrated the safe arrival of the 1,200th baby in the community by fixing up the family home as a surprise Sleeping peacefully in a hammock, little Veasna is one special baby. He might not be aware but the little boy marks a big milestone for CCF: our 1,200th baby safely delivered into the…

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CCF STUDENTS WIN TRINITY SCHOLARSHIPS TO AUSTRALIA

05/11/2018

Five CCF students gathered in a packed room waiting patiently for an announcement that would change the course of their lives forever Two CCF students will be leaving for Australia in March after winning scholarships to study at Trinity College Melbourne. They will have the opportunity to take a foundation year at Trinity College before…

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CCF TOP NONPROFIT FOR 2018

05/10/2018

A leading provider of charity and nonprofits user reviews selects CCF as one of the best for the year CCF has been named a “2018 Top-Rated Nonprofit” by GreatNonprofits for the fifth year running as the latest list is revealed. These are nonprofits which are rated highly by people who experience their work firsthand –…

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GYLS 2018 – 10 Years with CCF

27/07/2018

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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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CCF KIDS

12/07/2018

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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TOP HONOUR FOR SCOTT NEESON

03/07/2018

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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