TGB Charity, a subsidiary charity brand of BBIN, partnered with Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) this year and donated US$40,000 to various educational projects to support vulnerable children in Cambodia. BBIN shows love and care in nurturing the next generation and focus on delivering children’s education.
Donation will be used by CCF to pay for children’s school fees, stationery supplies, various school subjects, and maintenance of school facilities.
Cambodian Children’s Fund is a local non-profit organization in Cambodia. Founded by Scott Neeson in the capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, in 2004, it specializes in providing a variety of important healthcare and education services to children who are living in poverty or have been maltreated. Since its establishment, CCF has provided care to more than 2,000 vulnerable children; it has also expanded its provision of services to include community services, healthcare, childcare, and vocational training.
Apart from children’s education, CCF works with local government in establishing child protection units. Furthermore, CCF also works with World Housing, a non-profit organization to provide better living environments for families in poverty.
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