The Cambodian Children's Fund was established in 2003 by Scott Neeson, then working as a film executive for a Hollywood studio. He is seen here, visiting a dump in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
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|Scott Neeson lived a life people dream about. He flew first class all over the globe, hung out with movie stars, and made blockbuster films. But during a vacation in Cambodia, he took a side trip to the massive garbage dumps around Phnom Penh. That’s where he saw hundreds of children picking through the garbage to make a living off recyclables. A year later, he quit his dream job, moved to Phnom Penh and launched the Cambodia Children’s Fund. It provides education, healthcare, and vocational training to more than 200 children.|
Cambodia Children's Fund