‘Golf for Charity’ Raises Funds for Underprivileged Children in Blackwell Global Cambodia’s Co-sponsorship of RGS Global’s Event

    All registration fees, amounting over USD5000, donated to the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CFF)

    Golf tournament contestants and event partners at the RGS Global “Golf for Charity” event.

    PHNOM PENH, Cambodia – Blackwell Global Cambodia, one of the main sponsors of RGS Global’s “Golf for Charity” fundraising event last year on 5 November 2018, together with golf tournament contestants and event partners, raised funds for the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CFF).

    RGS Global, a specialist in leveraging local talents to build successful businesses and provide employment opportunities to the growing communities of Cambodia, celebrated its second anniversary by organising the “Golf for Charity” fundraising event.

    Held at the Garden City Golf Club in Phnom Penh City and supported by golf enthusiasts and business partners alike, all proceeds from the registration of the 18-hole golf tournament, amounting USD5520, were donated to RGS Global’s charity of choice, the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CFF).

    CCF, a non-profit organisation, was founded in 2004 by Scott Neeson, then a Hollywood marketing executive, including tenure as President of 20th Century Fox International. He left his 26-year glamorous career in the film industry to help children in Steung Meanchey, one of the poorest communities in Cambodia’s capital. It currently offers life-changing education programmes to over 2000 students, helped build more than 460 homes, and distribute 47 tons of rice annually to the community.

    In the closing speech by Neeson during the prize-giving dinner and charity cheque presentation ceremony held at Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel, he expressed gratitude and assured guests that every dollar raised for the event will go a long way in serving the community.

    Sherman Liew, Chief Executive Director of RGS Global (left) with Scott Neeson, founder of the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) (right).

    Avis Wang, Managing Director of Blackwell Global Cambodia shared, “In banding together through golf as our common passion, we were able to raise awareness and contribute to a worthy cause. The Cambodian Children’s Fund’s life-changing social work in Steung Meanchey deserves every help possible from the community.”

    Blackwell Global Cambodia, having established itself as one of the main forex brokerages in Cambodia after just two years in the country, is heartened to have aided the social efforts of the local community through this event.

    About Blackwell Global Group
    Founded in 2010, the Blackwell Global group of companies (“Blackwell Global”) were established to offer investment solutions for private and institutional clients, including financial services and products ranging from “full-stack” financing solutions, as well as trading services such as forex, contracts for difference, spot and bullion precious metals, global stocks, options, futures and fund management. Blackwell Global provides superior liquidity, 24-hour technical support, market research tools, educational materials, professional partnership programmes and fully integrated trading platforms for its clients. With a global presence in over 100 countries supporting more than 150,000 trading accounts, Blackwell Global has main offices in the United Kingdom, Cyprus, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Cambodia, and is regulated by FCA (UK), SECC (Cambodia) and SFC (Hong Kong). In July 2017, the group signed a multi-year partnership with Everton Football Club to become their first Official Forex and Brokerage partner.

    About RGS Global
    RGS Global is a specialist in leveraging local talents to build successful businesses and provide employment opportunities to the growing communities of Cambodia. It strives to be the global leader in building fast growth business in the developing economies.

    About Cambodian Children’s Fund
    The Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) is registered in Cambodia as an International Non-Government Organisation. The Cambodian Children’s Fund operates 64 projects across 6 core program areas as part of their comprehensive approach to community development; designed to address and provide families and communities with the support that they need.