CCF Founder Featured in SA Life Magazine

Before Cambodian Children’s Fund founder Scott Neeson ran an organization helping hundreds of impoverished families, he landed his first job at a movie theater in Australia. A feature story in SA Life, South Australia’s largest lifestyle magazine, traces Neeson’s childhood to the work that’s been done to life entire families out of poverty in Cambodia.

“Of the kids from the garbage dump, more than 90 percent are still with us and all are starting university in the next three years,” he told the magazine. “That’s our aim when they start their education program; there’s a promise they’ll get to university. We knew that would transform their opportunity.”

Read the entire article in PDF format.

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