Humanitarian Services for Children of Vietnam

A nonprofit organization

$11,986 raised by 36 donors

60% complete

$20,000 Goal

Help us reach our $20,000 funding goal on our 20th anniversary

Women's Chicken Connection 

Teach a man to fish and he can feed himself and his family; teach a woman the skills to build a small business and she can lift her family out of poverty.

Help us reach our Give to the Max Day goal by making a donation between November 1st and November 17th. 

Once again Abhe & Svoboda Inc. are matching the first $5,000 donated during the month of November. 

This year we are highlighting our Women's Chicken Connection project that is providing mothers with the skills and knowledge they need to build a small business to support their families. 

Learn how you can become an Impact Partner today.

Sponsor Success

Now is also a great time to start investing in the life a child. Our Family Assistance Program, our longest running program, offers a multifaceted approach that targets many of the key reasons why children in Vietnam are often forced to drop out of school. We tackle this issue by providing individualized assistance to the most marginalized children and their families. 

For as little as $15 a month, you can be the catalyst that keeps a child in school and helps their family break free from the cycle of poverty. 

Learn more about how you can Sponsor Success with HSCV. 

Our Mission: 

HSCV provides Vietnam’s most vulnerable groups with the opportunities, tools and resources to build a better future.


We strive for a Vietnam where children can learn and thrive without fear, hunger or exploitation... where the rights of women and children are protected and their voices are heard... where homes and communities across Vietnam have access to the resources they need to chart safe, productive futures.

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Humanitarian Services for Children of Vietnam

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International Children & Family Economic Development Humanitarian Aid

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