SUPER SPONSOR

28/05/2019

With 9 sponsored children, Clive Miners has a big investment in helping lay the foundations for the future of Cambodian Children’s Fund   Committing to sponsoring nine children is a huge responsibility but one that Clive Miners has embraced with an enthusiasm to make a difference in their lives. Asked how he managed to reach…

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LOVE ALL, SERVE ALL: TOLA’S STORY

24/05/2019

26-year-old Tola went from scavenging for recyclables to being front of house at Scott’s Cafe, a new venture in the heart of CCF’s community If you were to meet Tola, you would come away from the conversation smiling. Her friendly manner and warm smile are just some of the traits that make her the perfect…

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FRISBEE QUEENS

23/05/2019

7 CCF students competed in an international ultimate frisbee tournament in Malaysia representing Cambodia with the Bee Force women’s team Travelling abroad for the first time is always an adventure. But for seven Cambodian Children’s Fund students the experience was extra special as the trip saw them representing their country at a sporting event in…

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FAMILY LIFE

06/05/2019

Take a look at photos of our residential children experiencing the joys family life over the Khmer New Year The Khmer New Year is a special time here in Cambodia, with all CCF’s students taking time away from their studies to spend the holiday with their families. In past years children in CCF’s residential care,…

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SUPERHERO CHENA

Named by CCF Founder, Scott Neeson, as a hero, 14-year old Chena has had the weight of the world on his shoulders. In need of motivation and support, he received messages from all over the world, which CCF made into a book for him 14-year-old Chena wiped away his tears to reveal a smile as…

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CALLING FOR SUPPORT

10/04/2019

31-year-old mobile shop owner, Narong, supports Cambodian Children’s Fund through his business, one phone sale at a time The staff, supporters and community at Cambodian Children’s Fund form a family, all working towards the same vision. So when staff leave CCF, they often carry with them the desire to help and give back to the…

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GIFT AN EDUCATION: SCOTT NEESON’S 60TH BIRTHDAY

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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FIRE DEVASTATES CCF COMMUNITY

18/03/2019

Fundraising appeal launched as 48 families left homeless after a blaze swept through homes CCF has launched a fundraising appeal to help families who have been left without homes after a fire destroyed part of the local community. Families fled their homes with just the clothes on their backs after the blaze broke out Sunday…

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LEMON AID

15/03/2019

Three young entrepreneurs in the US have been getting creative to raise money for CCF, including selling homemade lemonade to their community, proving that a small idea can make a big difference The Schall family have been raising awareness of CCF in their neighbourhood in Jacksonville, Florida, since they began a fundraising project back in…

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PEDAL FOR PROGRESS

11/03/2019

Take on the adventure of a lifetime cycling through Cambodia and raise money for Cambodian Children’s Fund We’re always looking for new ways that our supporters can contribute to Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) work. And we think this could be the ultimate challenge for people to become actively involved in more ways than on. CCF…

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: TEACHING INDEPENDENCE

07/03/2019

This International Women’s Day, we shine the spotlight on CCF teacher Prak Siborin. A hardworking Khmer teacher who goes above and beyond to inspire and motivate the girls in her class Working multiple jobs and juggling a family of her own, Siborin rarely has time to spare to eat lunch, but she always has time…

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Meet the Graduates

04/03/2019

30 CCF students recently graduated from university, among them some of the first children rescued from Phnom Penh’s garbage dump back in 2004/5. Here, 6 from the Class of 2018 share their memories — and their next steps Oark Nayheang About me: I am 24 years old. I am a different girl and have a…

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