After Overseeing Hollywood Movies Such As Xmen & Start Wars, Scott Neeson Quitted Everything To Support Marginalized Kids

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👋Have you already heard 👂about the Steung Meanchey garbage dump🗑️ in Cambodia🇰🇭 also called Smokey 💨Mountain? Until 2009, hundreds of children👩‍💼👨‍💼 were picking garbage to be sold for recycling♻️ on this 6 hectares dumping ground. It was one of the most toxic☣️ environment imaginable. Since 2004, Cambodian Children’s fund CCF is fighting to transform impoverished kids into tomorrow’s leaders👨‍💼👩‍💼.

I would be surprised 😯if you have never heard about🎥 Xmen, Start Wars, Braveheart or Titanic. The man behind it is Scott Neeson, ex-President of 🎞️20th Century Fox International. Before starting a new role at Sony in 2003, he took a 5 week🧳✈️ trip to Cambodia🇰🇭 where he discovered kids🎞️👨👧 everywhere working on that garbage dump. He could not let that go. One year later, he sold his fancy cars🚗, yacht🛥️ and house 🏠to relocate in Phnom Penh and started the Cambodian Children’s fund.

CCF aims🎯 at providing best in class education 👩‍🏫to marginalized children living near by the dumping 🗑️group. Their outreach teams 🌟create the right education environment with support on basic needs such as homes🏠, food🍏 and health⚕️. Then, they provide access to their own primary and secondary schools 🏢with one objective: support all the way to University education 💪and make sure students could become the leaders of tomorrow👩‍💼👨‍💼.

Their secondary school is impressive🌟. It looks like a tier one private school🏢 but which is located in the middle of one of the poorest area in the country🇰🇭. Since its🚀 inception, they have trained 💪😀1898 students, provided 461 homes and distributed 45 tons of rice at a heavily subsidized price.

🌟🌟🌟At Our Own Pace And Scale, Everyone Can Aspire To Change The World🌟🌟🌟

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