Oct 20, 2012-- In a former life Scott Neeson was a high-powered Hollywood exec responsible for the global success of box-office hits like Titanic and Braveheart. But eight years ago, after a poignant experience at a Cambodian garbage dump, he quit his job, sold his mansion and traded in all the trappings of success to dedicate his life to underserved children in one of the poorest countries of the world. Today his organization has transformed the lives of thousands. Among a host of services it operates after-school programs, vocational training centers, daycares, and also runs a bakery that equips youth with vocational training while making food for the undernourished. For Neeson there's been no looking back. (55831 reads)
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