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Golden Futures was founded in 2007, after a pair of university students came back from volunteering in Cambodia and decided to do something to ensure the children they had been working for in Cambodia had a future outside the orphanage. We now work with several organisations in Cambodia, designing and funding projects to give orphaned, vulnerable and disadvantaged Cambodian children the support they need to get a fair chance in life. Our projects give advice, support, mentoring and financial support to ensure that a childhood in care doesn't lead to a life on the streets, and a childhood in poverty doesn't lead to a life in a sweatshop. 

     

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Golden Futures

Golden Futures was founded in 2007, after a pair of university students came back from volunteering in Cambodia and decided to do something to ensure the children they had been working for in Cambodia had a future outside the orphanage. We now work with several organisations in Cambodia, designing and funding projects to give orphaned, vulnerable and disadvantaged Cambodian children the support they need to get a fair chance in life. Our projects give advice, support, mentoring and financial support to ensure that a childhood in care doesn't lead to a life on the streets, and a childhood in poverty doesn't lead to a life in a sweatshop. 

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  • Mon, August 15 2022, 2:14 PM : From the beginning there was some doubt from the children's parents whether it is necessary to allow their children to study at CSEP. But, their minds have drastically changed when they could see their children's achievements... https://t.co/pIUEYfhFgd https://t.co/HjdWxH298H
  • Thu, April 7 2022, 1:26 AM : RT @peteb1951: @cspsystemsltd @SheffieldEagles @dickinson923 I'm also proud to continue as Tyler's personal sponsor for this season, in the…
  • Sun, October 3 2021, 2:29 PM : RT @sethkirby: Tired after running the virtual @LondonMarathon this morning. I finished in a time of 3:14 on the official tracker. Thanks t…
  • Sat, October 2 2021, 4:25 PM : Three athletes will be taking part in the Virtual @LondonMarathon tomorrow. Dutch surgical resident, Joyce-Manyi Bakia, Cambodian Muyngim Eng, and Seth Kirby from the UK, are raising money to help disadvantaged Cambodian children brighten their futures: https://t.co/VBiV6fUh3Z https://t.co/1AEu4Qgi1s