Teach for Change
Bac Tu Liem, Hanoi
DIEU HUE LE
HOANG THU HA
Chu, Bac Giang
ANH NGOC DINH
Gia Lam, Hanoi
HOA BUI THI
KIM ANH LUU
BUI BICH NGOC
Hoang Mai, Hanoi
VU THI BICH THOM
Neo, Bac Giang
Phu Dien, Hanoi
HONG NGAN LY
Vietnam Backpackers Hostel – Hanoi Downtown
Through their 2019 October Charity Fundraiser, VBP Hostel Hanoi Downtown raised funds for a generous donation to us. Thank you to Rob Towell for organizing the fundraiser and to the following sponsors of the event: 1984 Tattoo Studio, Beauty Salon Vân Nguyễn, The Republic, Standing Bar, Chopsticks Hanoi, Vietnam Backpacker Hostels, Highway4 Hàng Tre.
This Hanoi cafe in Tay Ho is special not only because of its beautiful lakeside view and delicious menu but also because of its commitment to empowering our Her Academy women through economic opportunities. They hired our very own single mother Ms. Hoang Dung recently, allowing her to support her and her children financially. Thank you to Matthew Phillips for his support of our women!
In October 2019, international students from CET embarked on a traveling seminar to visit various social impact organizations across Vietnam, including Coins for Change Vietnam. We are grateful to resident director Vu Ho for his organization and his students for their passionate interest and generous donation to our programs.
Just Peoples supports global grassroots efforts to alleviate poverty. Their recent generous contribution to our programs will go towards supporting single mothers' hospital fees (for maternity and domestic violence situations) and single mothers' small business start-ups. We are grateful for their commitment and for their partnership.
International Social Work Solutions, Inc is a small, non-profit organization dedicated to providing volunteer social work services through out the world. Thanks to their support, we were able to fund the Food Service Delivery Program and Psychological Support Program, where we could hire certified psychologists to help our women's mental health. We are grateful for this partnership and their contribution to our projects.
Hannah Bocksnick (Canada, 2019)
Matthew Davidson (USA, 2019)
Rina Das (India, 2019)
Martyna Ryszkiewics (Poland, 2019)
Shanthi Waran (India, 2019)
Abishek GNath (India, 2019)
Huong Tran (Vietnam, 2019)
Eva Monique McDonough (Canada, 2019)
Yasmin Serrano (Philippines, 2019)
Malibongwe Ramncwana (South Africa, 2019)
Bernat Pujol (Spain, 2019)