A class of love located at the busy and crowded HCM City has became a dear school of 60 poor children who didn’t have enough money to go to school for over the last 17 years.
An art photography project, I Femme, has been launched to help poor girls access education and to fund schools for poor children in Việt Nam, India and Nepal.
A handicapped man in a poor rural village of the south central province Bình Định has been giving extra classes for disadvantaged children in his hometown for the last 30 years, totally free of charge.
The Đại Nam Joint Stock Company opened an international standard racecourse with investment of more than VNĐ2 trillion (US$87.9 million) in the southern province of Bình Dương on Tuesday.
Lixil Vietnam’s INAX sanitary ware brand on Friday donated VNĐ1 billion (US$44,000) to support Việt Nam Television’s Tấm Lòng Việt (Vietnamese Heart) Fund’s heart operation programme.
Many infants have been abandoned at Kỳ Quang II Pagoda in HCM City’s Gò Vấp District where they are taken care of and provided nutrition suitable with their age and disability.
A group of young volunteers in the southern province of Cần Thơ set up 500+ which aim to support local poor children's education and train social skills to local youths. Lương Thu Hương reports.
World Vision Việt Nam and Korean Young One Group donated warm clothes and blankets worth over VNĐ1.8 billion (US$80,000) to children and the poor in Thanh Hóa Province at a ceremony on Saturday.
Eleven young music talents will perform to raise funds for the Books For Children project tonight at the French Cultural Centre (L’espace) in Hà Nội.
Amateur singers who share a desire to help others have formed the Charity Singing Group in Hà Nội, and their work is making a real difference in the lives of many poor patients, Lương Thu Hương reports.