The Cultureist, “Through the Looking Glass: A Journey of Altruism in Phnom Penh”


Original article published in the Cultureist: BY TAMMY ALLMAN “Just hang on a minute,” a voice from behind a door shouts. “I’ll just get my trousers on. No one takes me seriously unless I’m wearing my trousers.” A rusty blond, athletic looking man wearing a loosely fitting shirt and a pair of battered combat…

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CCF Founder Scott Neeson Featured in Weekend Australian Magazine


Check news-stands on March 23 for The Weekend Australian Magazine’s interview with Cambodian Children’s Fund founder Scott Neeson. You can also read the article online. The media in Scott’s home country is starting to realise that there is something truly remarkable going on over here. In the 9 years since Scott left his Hollywood life…

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CCF Founder Scott Neeson Honoured with 2012 AHIMSA Award


CCF Founder Scott Neeson was honoured earlier this month at London’s House of Commons with the 2012 Ahimsa Award, presented annually to an individual who embodies non-violence and compassion. Issued by the UK-based Institute of Jainology, the only criteria used to choose a winner of the Ahimsa Award is that the person “be the embodiment…

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From Hollywood to Cambodia


Our company has organized 2 groups with a total of 94 Talents, to join a volunteering tour to Cambodia these two weeks. We will visit children centre of local charity organizations, to play with the kids, gaming, singing and dancing together, as well as wall painting in a new school campus. Some new-joined Talents asked…

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