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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MEETING THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW

25/04/2019

Alyssa May, a Year 12 student, visited CCF from Australia as part of a school trip and turned 17 while in Cambodia. Inspired by what she was seeing, Alyssa set up a birthday fundraiser for CCF, raising $500 USD. Here, she talks about her time with CCF I’m a student from St Mary’s Anglican Girls’…

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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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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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RUNNING MAN

27/02/2019

Thang You, 38, couldn’t imagine that he would one day be running in the LA Marathon that he watched as a young boy. Now the marathon has kick-started his health journey and motivated him to raise funds for Cambodian Children’s Fund in the process. Below, Thang You tells us what inspired him to take these…

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EXTENDED FAMILY

25/02/2019

Between them, Lenore and Abinadi have 8 children, and now they have expanded their family to include a CCF child and granny. They came to Cambodian Children’s Fund to invest their time and expertise into the CCF Volunteer Program, but soon made the heartwarming commitment to sponsor Lenore, 65, and Abinadi, 59, are taking CCF…

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100 MAKES A DIFFERENCE

01/02/2019

High school student Monineath Bunyay shows how even the smallest donations can go a long way Monineath Bunyay is on a mission to help CCF and change education in Cambodia – 100 riel at a time. Tasked at school with creating a project to make a person’s day better, the teenager and her friend decided…

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SUPPORTING GRANNY

23/01/2019

When Linda Poznansky wanted to commit to being a long-term supporter of CCF, she chose to sponsor one of our grannies Family is very important to Linda Poznansky. She grew up in the Northern suburbs of Chicago, U.S, married her high school sweetheart and most of the family still live in the area. Linda has…

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SWEET SIXTEEN

04/01/2019

Australian twins, Esther and Amy, celebrated their 16th birthday with a CCF twist. After visiting Cambodia and volunteering with CCF on a school trip, the two girls left inspired and determined to make a difference. They raised more than $3,000 for CCF, below they tell us what inspired them We are identical twins from Melbourne,…

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50 FOR 50

28/12/2018

TEAK Fellowship founder, mother, artist, and longtime CCF supporter, Justine Stamen Arrillaga found herself 6,500 miles from her home in Hawaii, celebrating a truly remarkable achievement: she had recruited 50 child sponsors for CCF Most people want to do something memorable to celebrate their 50th birthday but Justine Stamen Arrillaga was seeking more than just…

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WALK THIS WAY

26/12/2018

Seeking adventure and to step outside her comfort zone, mother-of-5 Shirley Fraser undertook the biggest challenge of her life to trek around Cambodia and raise money for CCF. Here Shirley, from the UK, shares her inspiring journey Iʼm a 45-year-old mother and stepmother of 5 grown up children. I work as a Veterinary nurse and…

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE

06/12/2018

Inspired by a family trip to Cambodia earlier this year, high school student Ella Burke wanted to help needy children. CCF was her charity of choice and the teenager used social media to sell handmade earrings to raise money On a trip to Southeast Asia with her family in April, it was Cambodia that really…

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