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Project Vietnam Foundation to host annual fundraising Gala

Fountain Valley, Calif. (August 11, 2014) — Project Vietnam Foundation will hold its annual fundraising gala on September 20, 2014, at the Westminster Rose Center to raise funds to support its “Breaths for Newborns” campaign.

The tagline for this black-tie event is “GIVE EACH CHILD THE CHANCE TO LIVE.” On a daily basis, up to 80 babies born in Vietnam will die, mainly due to lack of oxygen at birth.

Guests will be treated to dinner, drinks and entertainment, as well as both live and silent auctions and raffles. All donations are tax deductible and for those who cannot attend, donations will also be accepted online.

Click the link to purchase your tickets or to make a donation and view or download the informational flyer. Download the informational flyer.

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Breaths for Newborns flyer

Gala 2014: Give Each Child The Chance to Live

Join us to bring


Saturday, September 20, 2014
6 - 10 p.m.

Westminster Rose Center
14140 All American Way
Westminster, Calif.

Click for details.



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


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!

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