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  • CFC earns Top Rated award from Great Nonprofits

    We are proud to announce that we have earned a 2018 Top Rated award from Great Nonprofits. Great Nonprofits is the leading platform for community-sourced stories about nonprofits – stories submitted by people who now CFC best (our donors, volunteers and all who have experienced the impact of our work). Thank you to all who

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  • Volunteer reflection

    Submitted by volunteer Charlotte Sansom Charlotte wrote this reflection after spending time in Siem Reap in August 2018 conducting research for her dissertation research. Charlotte’s mother, Katie Sansom, a teacher at Tanglin Trust School in Singapore, has been an integral leader for CFC’s international teacher training program since its early days. I grew up in

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  • Caring Connections – October 2018

    In this edition: – New England Chapter’s Boston Common Walk – San Francisco Charity Gala – Austin 15th Anniversary Luncheon Read the publication in full now…

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  • Voices from Siem Reap – October 2018

    In this issue: – Jeanette Spinelli Aranh Primary School library donation – Microsoft Corporate volunteer project – CFC graduates move on to Sala Bai postings – Health screenings Read the publication in full now…

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  • Piedmont Post, California

    In this article read about highlights from CFC’s Charity Gala held in San Francisco, California in September 2018. Click here to read the article.

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  • The Lingering Effects of the Cambodian Genocide on Education

    An article written by Tyler Headley for the online publication, The Diplomat, illustrates the challenges that have been overcome in rebuilding Cambodia’s education after the Khmer Rouge genocide that virtually extinguished an entire generation of educators.  Click here to read the full article, “The Lingering Effects of the Cambodian Genocide on Education”. CFC is proud

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  • Student volunteer reflection

    Submitted by Tom Atkinson, Year 12 student at Tanglin Trust School in Singapore. Tom wrote this reflection after returning from his school’s annual volunteer service trip in July 2018. “When we landed in Siem Reap, we were taken to Kravaan Primary School where we would spend the next three days helping the teachers with English

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  • Caring Connections – August 2018

    In this edition: – Founder Jamie Amelio speaks in New York and Austin – Introducing our new Singapore Operations Manager, Renee France – Athletes supporting athletes with equipment donations Read the publication in full now…

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  • Voices from Siem Reap – August 2018

    In this issue: – Program Highlight: Career Preparation – Water Charity project secures access to clean water on all CFC campuses – Tanglin Trust School students – young and old – go above and beyond with annual service projects Read the publication in full now…

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  • Why our Gender Equity program addresses both girls and boys

    An article written Nathan A. Thompson underscores why CFC’s Gender Equity program addresses the needs of both female and male students. Click here for full article: “As Cambodia Educates More Girls, Boys Fall Through the Cracks”. CFC’s mission is to provide quality, inclusive education and a supportive learning environment for all students. Working together, teachers,

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