CCF Founder Scott Neeson Featured in Weekend Australian Magazine

Check news-stands on March 23 for The Weekend Australian Magazine’s interview with Cambodian Children’s Fund founder Scott Neeson. You can also read the article online.

The media in Scott’s home country is starting to realise that there is something truly remarkable going on over here. In the 9 years since Scott left his Hollywood life behind to start CCF, the organization has transformed the lives of some of Cambodia’s most neglected children, lifting them from poverty and bringing generational change to the most marginalized of populations.

With more than 1,700 kids in its programs, CCF is having an impact that few could have imagined.

The magazine interview touches on a number of subjects, such as Scott’s decision to leave his old life behind and the long-term goals of CCF. It’s a story many of you know well, and we wanted to turn the spotlight onto the most important people in our organization: the children.

So we decided to ask a bunch of CCF kids some candid questions about Scott, to get their take on the work Scott and the rest of CCF does.

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