Hosting “Laughter Without Borders” in Cambodia 🇰🇭

Filming for “Laughter Without Borders” resumes… TODAY! After my keynote for the Florida City & County Management Association in Orlando, I am headed to Cambodia to spotlight 3 incredible organizations. Learn more about each below! Follow me on Instagram @jeffcivillico for the play-by-play 🙂

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Cambodian Community Dream Organization (The CCDO):

At the CCDO, we work to improve conditions in villages surrounding Siem Reap, Cambodia, by implementing four main programs: Clean Water (Wells, Latrines, and Hygiene), Education (English, Preschools, Libraries, and Computers), Health & Wellbeing (Nutrition, Sports, Community Workshops), Social Enterprise (Agroforestry and Soap Sellers). The CCDO is run by international volunteers and paid local staff as a non-political, non-religious organization. We are a small NGO making a big impact by tackling many important community issues.

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Anjali House

We believe no child should be forced to beg or work and have the right to enjoy their childhood – to learn, play, make friends, and grow in a safe and happy environment. Our ultimate goal is to see the students we support develop into healthy, well-adjusted adults equipped with the skills they need to enter the workforce, continue their education, and succeed in their future endeavors.

Learn more:

Phare Ponleu Selpak

Over 1,000 students are empowered every year through our schools and programs in performing, visual, and applied arts. Leisure classes for children and vocational training for young adults develop their creativity, communication, and concentration skills. Additionally, they provide access to a sustainable artistic career, simultaneously preserving and promoting Cambodian arts and culture.

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Summer is typically a slower season for the events industry. I consciously decided to respect the natural professional rhythm of the calendar year and “take it easy” this summer— Jeff style! 🤣

In addition to spending more time with family and friends, I chose to invest significant time, money, and energy into my passion project— my philanthropic/performance/travel/adventure/”whatever I wanna do” show— Laughter Without Borders. 🤗🤗

Recently, I returned from a two-week filming trip in Cambodia, where I featured three amazing organizations. I have another filming trip confirmed for July in Peru, moreover, there’s another project in Panama.

I wanted this summer to feel different, and so far… mission accomplished!

It’s difficult to fully capture the significance of this trip with just a few pictures. You’ll have to wait until these episodes are released on my YouTube channel in the Fall to truly understand!