The Wonderful Organisations That Make A Difference!
Charities in Vietnam are desperately needed and appreciated as social spending by governments is often negligible in many areas. In this context, corrupt and fraudulent practice can sometimes run riot.
Mindful that many travelers want to contribute time and/or money to assist those in need but are unsure where their money or effort will go, Hoi An Now will carefully build a list over time of those charities that pass scrutiny.
Every charity featured below is managed by dedicated, hardworking, selfless people who need your support. We guarantee, if you stick to the charities listed here your money and effort will be well-spent and make a real difference.
Charities in Hoi An
Charities in Hoi An and Vietnam in general are desperately needed and appreciated as social spending by governments is often negligible in many areas. In this context, corrupt and fraudulent practice can sometimes run riot.
The Kianh Foundation, Hoi An: The Journey
There was never a less likely candidate to work with children than Jacquie Wrafter. ‘If I stared at other people’s children, they bellowed’, she laughs. Nevertheless, after leaving her publishing job and taking off for a year around the world, this is exactly what she found herself doing.
Having access to education should not be limited by your family’s wealth or economic status but unfortunately for many of Vietnam’s youth, being able to chase their dreams is just not possible.
Children’s Hope In Action
Robyn Morley started Children’s Hope in Action (CHIA) in 2006 after spending the previous five years setting up disability services at Hoi An Orphanage. Despite continuing development in Vietnam there’s still a large gap between rural and urban areas regarding access to basic human needs.