CCF on Scotland’s pages

May 7, 2011

CCF featured in the Scottish news once again when the Edinburgh Evening News, the Scottish capital’s most read evening paper, ran a major article on Scott and CCF. You can read it here: http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/features/Happy-down-in-the-dumps.6759749.jp

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Huffington Post, “From Tinseltown to the Trash Heap: One Man, Big Change”

August 13, 2010

Original article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/youthgive/from-tinseltown-to-the-tr_b_681742.html YouthGive contributing writer Matt Robertson shares his story from travels in Cambodia: Words from pleading voices ring out: “Scott, take my child…take my child to study, please…please take him!” These words still echo in my mind a month after returning to the States from my exploration through Cambodia. Women bring their children…

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Huffington Post, “Once Upon a Rubbish Heap”

June 7, 2010

Original article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tamsin-smith/once-upon-a-rubbish-heap_b_566156.html?ref=email_share This is not the story of a successful film executive who stumbled upon a scene more horrific than any from Hollywood’s most graphic blockbusters and decided to move there. Actually, that is the opening chapter — but only the first — in powerful ongoing tale of unexpected outcomes. In 2003, Scott Neeson…

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Daily Record, “I left planet Hollywood to help the poorest kids on the planet”

July 2, 2007

I left planet Hollywood to help the poorest kids on the planet Original article published in Daily Record: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/i-left-planet-hollywood-to-help-the-poorest-953072 TWO days ago as he stood knee deep in the stinking mud of a Cambodian dump, Scott Neeson’s life flashed in front of him. He was once “Mr Hollywood”, a movie executive with a mansion, a…

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