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Project Vietnam Foundation is a nonprofit humanitarian organization working to create sustainable pediatric healthcare in Vietnam, while providing free healthcare and aid to impoverished rural areas across the country. Learn more, work with us, or donate.

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Your donations will assist with Summer Mission

PVNF_Donation_Flyer-Summer 2014

Click here to download a copy of the flyer.

PVNF leaves for its annual Summer Mission on June 22. We are asking for your cash donation to help purchase items and materials to help the needy in Vietnam.

Please help us give the gifts that last a lifetime…

  • Reading Glasses: $1/pair  (projected 600)
  • Wheelchairs: $70/each  (projected 36; 14 more to go)
  • Walkers: $30/each  (projected 36; 25 more to go)
  • Kindergarten/High School/Orphanage Repairs/Improvements: Building covers over the playground to shield the sun, hand‐washing stations, face washcloths for students, water storage tanks, playground equipment, sports toys for students, planting trees at the school yards, etc.
  • Medicines and supplies
  • Stuffed Animals (New/Slightly Used)
  • Stickers
  • Eagle Brand eucalyptus oil (Dầu Gió Xanh): $37/case of 12 bottles

donate_online You may donate online or send your check to: PROJECT VIETNAM FOUNDATION 11100 Warner Avenue, Suite 116 Fountain Valley, CA 92708 If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 714-641-0850 or email us at projectvietnam@yahoo.com.

Events


Diversity Visionary Awards
Saturday, May 31st 11-2pm
SOUTH COAST PLAZA
CAROUSEL COURT, LEVEL 1

Honoring

KWANG YUL CHOIENC, Inc.
DR. QUYNH KIEU - Project Vietnam
WILLIAM TANG - Hong Kong Association of Southern California
DEJ “NOKWEED” SRI-AMPAI - MuayThai School, USA

Visit and RSVP at http://www.eventbrite.com/
(Type Diversity Visionary Awards in “Find Events")
Send inquiries to: diversityvisionaryawards@gmail.com
or call Tel: 714-638-1440

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Please sign up here to help in various work and tasks. Service hours will be provided for high school students.

GET INVOLVED!

Click here for more information on volunteering in Vietnam or domestically for the Project Vietnam Foundation!

Gifts to Project Vietnam Foundation are tax-deductible, tax ID #26-1422761. To maximize your donation, our volunteers pay their own trip cost, and our overhead is 3%

Thank you for making us a most effective non-profit organization!

Latest News


Thanks Our Veterans! .

On this Memorial week, we recognize the veterans and active service people who preserve our safety and help maintain global peace. Some of the pillars of Project Vietnam Foundation are veterans, please join me to thank them. As they responded to the call of their country, the US and Vietnam, for the last 18 years, they have responded to the call for Humanitarian service through medical missions to the most needy areas of Vietnam.



Our Summer Service Camp is Preparing To Depart!! .

The group of 105 volunteers will be serving in Ba Vi, a mountainous area 2 hours outside of Hanoi, populated with ethnic minorities. Please give us a hand to help the poor and the children with special needs. From gently used stuffed animals to $30 walkers to give mobility to elderlies, you can find ways to help and partner with our volunteers. Click here for more information!

To provide useful and practical guidance for families with special needs children, we obtained copyright to translate the Hesperian book Disabled Village Children. Please join us if you can translate or format the written materials.
For more info, see Bright Futures translators needed!

Spring Medical Mission, the Follow-up

Spring-Mission-2014 All the 29 children who received surgical corrections recovered well. The older ones returned to school, having shed the shame of a malformed face and speech defect. -Volunteers from CalState Fullerton are reviewing the medical records of the 3,700 patients seen in clinics, to analyze and identify effective prevention. -Our physical therapists in March, spent time at the centers for handicapped children, and recommended training for parents and caretakers. We are collaborating with the Vietnam Fund for Handicapped Children for that very goal.