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Cambodia Care Centre hosted its giving back to Cambodia society charity event to benefit 180 students and 25 widows who are currently under the care of Cambodia Care Centre. The developer and project manager wants to give back to Cambodian society by helping those in need so they they can have hope for their future. Spring CJW Development and Sanwah Project Overseas donated rice for the students and widows, as well as stationary for the kids to help them with their studies and bonding sessions with the children over two days. The kids helped paint the walls of Cambodia Care Centre, and a 32-inch TV was donated for the kids to watch educational videos on. Anthony Ong, the director of Spring CJW Development, aims to positively affect the less-privileged youth and break them out of the bondage of poverty through the provision of basic education. He said he believes not only in investing and developing the property market in Cambodia, but in helping the the people of Cambodia as well. The company’s Axis Residences Condominium is located at Street Duong Ngeap III, Sangkat Teuk Thla, Khan Sen Sok, Phnom Penh. Photos by Hong Menea