Calling for 30 volunteers to lend a hand in building new homes for 36 low-income families with OneVietnam Network and Habitat for Humanity Greater SF on Saturday, February 16.
In the last of our Camp Len Duong series, Cindy Dinh, a budding community leader/activist and incoming JD/MPP candidate at Berkeley and Harvard, gives you a preview of Len Duong 2012.
Use your multimedia skills to improve health in Vietnam.
Red envelopes, red clothing, red fruits. Consider giving some more red at your blood bank this year for Tet.
The job market is tough and companies are refusing to hire the unemployed. Keep your skills sharp and grow your experience while helping make the world a little better.
David used to be ashamed of his heritage until he ventured back to Vietnam, where the threads of history and culture wove together to form the foundation for his life’s work.
Recap: In memory of a lost friend, the community comes together for a G.I. Joe benefit event.
The following is a post by VIET Fellow Ai Tram Bui about her experience at the Tu Do Hospital.
The following blog was written by Involvement Track VIET Fellow, Linh Pham. Tu Du Hospital is one of the biggest hospital located in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), serving both the general population and has a ward dedicated especially to victims of Agent Orange called Hoa Binh Peace Village.
Be a marrow donor. The first steps to potentially saving a life are easy.