What if the next Steve Jobs was a little orphaned Vietnamese girl who learned how to program and design at an after school center? No matter how unlikely, it’s possible. Orphan Impact, a nonprofit organization, has been working to bring down technological barriers and teach computer skills to orphans in Vietnam.
Cofounder James Bao explains what makes OneVietnam different and why it’s one of the most exciting projects in philanthropy today.
Congratulations to our mother ship’s co-founders James Bao and Uyen Nguyen for winning the Migration Policy Institute’s Young Innovators Awards! At MPI’s 10th anniversary, James and Uyen were honored alongside Alan K. Simpson, a former US senator, and Ron Mazzoli, a former member of the US house of representatives for their work in public policy; […]
To commemorate the anniversary of Joe Le’s passing and G.I. Joe Search & Rescue’s inception, a social and fundraiser will be taking place this Saturday evening.
Make a $25 loan to people in Vietnam on micro-leding site, Kiva, for free, thanks to LinkedIn Founder Reid Hoffman.
Use your multimedia skills to improve health in Vietnam.
Why is there such a scarcity of bone marrow donors in the Asian American community? How else can we help Janet Liang and other leukemia patients? Tune into Insight on Sacramento’s NPR to find out more.
Nick Kristof and Games for Change are teaming up to develop a Facebook game that hopes to build a positive social impact in real life.
Red envelopes, red clothing, red fruits. Consider giving some more red at your blood bank this year for Tet.
Let’s do what we can to ensure that everyone receives a bit of cheer this holiday season.