Donate to us via ABA


Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) is delighted to announce it has partnered with ABA Bank, the country’s leading commercial bank in digital finances, to offer online donations. Under the partnership, customers of ABA will be able to donate directly to CCF using the dedicated ABA Mobile App, both secure and fast. At the touch of a…

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New Partner – TGB Charity


Cambodian Children’s Fund announces partnership with TGB Charity to boost technology in education   Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) has formed a new partnership with TGB Charity to benefit children from impoverished communities in Cambodia with an investment in technology in education.   TGB Charity, which partners with nonprofit organisations around the world to raise awareness…

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CCF supporters cover 350km around Cambodia in epic charity cycle ride raising funds for a community school CCF supporters always go the extra mile. These nine went even further – 350km to be precise. The intrepid adventurers – including 2 staff from CCF’s Australia office – took on the challenge of Pedal for Progress, a…

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CCF received round one of the Australian Aid: Friendship Grant, enabling more than 1,000 CCF students to integrate into the Cambodian public school system in 2018. Now, students like 15-year-old Sreyny are not only integrating but flourishing In her white and blue public school uniform, Sreyny looks like any other Cambodian teenager as she joins…

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Four of our students recently spent two weeks at Trinity College, Melbourne to take part in the Young Leaders Program. More than 6,000 km away from home, these bright young students embraced the opportunity and are now back to tell us all about their experience Vannita, 18 “The best weeks of my life.” The Young…

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Bringing Hope to the Children of Cambodia with Cloud


“I thought my grandchild had died. I thought that she was taken… Then [the Child Protection Unit] helped to find her and brought her back to me.” It’s hard to comprehend the suffering that a family endures when their child goes missing, but in a world where 1.2 million children are trafficked every year, this…

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Scott Neeson to present in The Giving Principles telesummit


The global non-profit telesummit is a free online event – organized by The Giving Principles – in which 15 of the most respected leaders in the non-profit space share tips on sustainably and effectively fundraising for non-profit organizations. The telesummit will be an inspirational and instructive event suited to anybody interested in charitable fundraising. Tune…

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The Pauly Cast: An Interview with Scott Neeson


“Within all of us there is a voice within us that questions whether or not we are doing the right thing with our lives, and we have to listen to that voice, because if we ignore it we do so at our own peril.” ~ Scott Neeson   CCF Founder and Executive Director Scott Neeson…

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Child Protection Unit: ‘Extra scrutiny of teachers urged’, Phnom Penh Post


Click here to read the full report The arrest on Saturday of a registered British sex offender, employed at a Phnom Penh school for the past year, has cast doubt on the screening of foreign nationals working with children in Cambodia. With wanted sex offender Paul Prestige’s extradition pending, the British Embassy yesterday issued an…

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Vancouver Sun – “Former Hollywood mogul finds fulfilment in a Cambodian rubbish dump”


Former Hollywood mogul finds fulfilment in a Cambodian rubbish dump Scott Neeson left the movie industry for Southeast Asia and set up the Cambodian Children’s FundBY GERRY BELLETT, VANCOUVER SUN NOVEMBER 5, 2014 Original Article : +mogul+finds+fulfilment+Cambodian+rubbish+dump/10353483/ story.html#ixzz3IAXQQrzFo   Scott Neeson first encountered the dump at Steung Meanchey district in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 2003,…

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