Recent CFC Related Media Coverage
The CFC California chapter supports Kilimanjaro climb with empty bowls events.
Fox International kindly donated airtime to play a Caring for Cambodia Public Service Announcement (directed by Rembrandt Films).
Lehigh Sophomore founds a CFC Club at university and receives coveted internship
CFC Founder and CEO, Jamie Amelio, Discusses the origins of Caring for Cambodia, and her new book, Graced with Orange.
CFC designated official charity for Singapore’s Cold Storage Kids Run.
Inspired by a service trip where she visited CFC schools, Jackie Viens penned a children’s book, Suzie and Penny. The book draws on her experiences in Cambodia, and has been produced in Khmer and English.
In this article written by CFC Volunteer and Singapore American School (SAS) Parent, Karen Barnes, SAS Alumni reflect on their experiences with Caring for Cambodia and the ongoing impact of being involved with philanthropic efforts from a young age.
CFC Volunteer, Kaye Bach, talks with SAS 10th Grader, Nathaniel Edds about his efforts to raise money and construct a new playground for Caring for Cambodia.
This article written by Monica Pitrelli, Based in Singapore with Expat Living was later reprinted by Expat Living, Hong Kong and the Telegraph, in the United Kingdom. This article identifies key messages that CFC has long promoted in our schools – namely that good-will intentions need to be aligned with a meaningful action to produce long-lasting impact.
Kathleen Higgins, writes about her travels to Siem Reap over the Thanksgiving Break in November 2011 with 26 other SAS teachers to work on teacher training at CFC’s Amelio Schools.
The collaboration between Caring for Cambodia and International Medical Clinic (IMC) has seen nearly 2,400 Cambodian children receive health screenings to date. Kathryn Sams tell us about her experience in Siem Reap.
Kaye Bach, writes about Caring For Cambodia’s September, 2011 training visit to Singapore with nine administrators and four teachers visiting and learning from teachers at Tanglin Trust, Chatsworth, and the Singapore American School.
As we age, we change. The career path you chose in the past may not resonate with you today. If you’re yearning to branch out and try something new, be inspired by these five expats who have reinvented their careers – to pursue a business idea, to accommodate children and overseas moves, and to follow their dreams.
Written by Cambodian-born American Narin Seng Jameson, Cooking the Cambodian Way covers dishes ranging from simple everyday recipes through to cuisine served at royal banquets.
Traditional Home magazine honors six remarkable women whose exemplary and extraordinary volunteer efforts have made their communities a better place to live.
Another year of hope fulfilled and promises kept. Years ago we said we would be back, and boy have we come back. This annual report offers you an update, and some reflections from the past year. We need to keep looking forward, to plan well and to act.