Philanthropist Geraldine Cox reflects on life saving hundreds of children, hands over reins of Cambodian orphanage

Before Geraldine Cox gave up her life in Australia to care for hundreds of children in Cambodia, she was living “a hedonistic, materialistic life in Sydney”.

The Sydney-based socialite-turned-philanthropist said while she was on a mission to save orphans, they had actually saved her.

“I didn’t save the kids, they saved me, my life is so full of joy and love every day,” Ms Cox said.

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