Cambodian Children's Fund
Rating: 4.95 stars 147 reviews
Issues: Children & Youth, Education, International, Philanthropy
Location: 2461 Santa Monica Blvd. PMB 833 Santa Monica CA 90404 USA
Results: Providing 1,800 kids with education and other services. Nearly 500 births with zero maternal deaths through the maternal care program. Dozens of children who once struggled to receive any education are now enrolled or preparing to enroll in university. More students attend university every year. Older students enrolled in vocational training have a 100 percent job placement rate.
Target demographics: impoverished families, kids
Geographic areas served: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Programs: education, health care, nutritional programs, vocational training, leadership skills, and family assistance.
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My husband and I and three of our friends have just returned from an awe inspiring trip to
CCF . It has been a couple of years since we have been to Phnom Penh and toured the facilities at CCF and all of us were absolutely blown away by what Scott is doing and what he has accomplished since our last visit . From the moment you set foot in any of CCF's facilities, you are taken by the feeling of joy, energy and health that comes from the children. Scott has taken the most impoverished, malnourished, uneducated and uncared for children and turned them into happy, healthy, eager to learn leaders of Cambodia. Not only is he helping the children, but also the community at large, through his health services and water programs . This is a man who has put together an amazing staff and programs to serve the poorest of the poor in Cambodia , and his success rate is remarkable.
We are honored to know Scott and support him, and we are proud to sing his praises whenever and wherever we can.
Thank you .
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