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Volunteer in Vietnam with Children and Local Communities

Helen Keller International

Make an impact in Vietnam by helping children who struggle with their eyesight!

98% response rate
Founded in 1915, Helen Keller International is dedicated to saving the sight and lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. We combat the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition by establishing programs based on evidence and research in vision, health and nutrition.

Children's Hope in Action (CHIA) is a Non Government Organisation (NGO) operating in Hoi An, central Vietnam since 2006, supporting disadvantaged and disabled children and their families.

VCV Social Enterprise for a better community

Sapa O'Chau

Accommodation Meals
Sapa O’Chau is the only social enterprise organisation in Vietnam founded and run by members of an ethnic minority community. Profits from our trekking, handicraft and hospitality businesses financially support ethnic minority youth to attend high school and university.

Providing education for children with disability

82% response rate
We are an official social enterprise located in the north of Vietnam which is established under Vietnam Enterprise Law and operate as a commercial organization but must commit to investing at least 51% of annual profit in registered social or environmental goals. Highland CDS social enterpr

Coins for Change Vietnam

Accommodation Meals
67% response rate , 22 hour(s) response time.
Coins for Change is a Social Enterprise run by women for the purpose of promoting equal rights and social justice for women and children in Vietnam.

Starlight

Accommodation Meals
Ocean lovers are awaited to join an unforgettable volunteering experience in Nghe An – Central Vietnam!

We are a very small, but very effective, center for Deaf & Hard of Hearing children in Việt Nam.

Currently Not Seeking Volunteers
We are working on Malaria and poverty

Latest Reviews


Warm and welcoming! reviewed by Audria Choudhury
"I was very much out of my element as a Bangladeshi American grad student when I joined HKI VN for my practicum, in a different country not knowing the language, but the staff here has been supportive from day one. The close-knit environment made me feel part of the team and the director kept me involved in project activities. While the language barrier kept me from being completely involved with implementation and data, I was still able to try a new analysis tool and go over questionnaires. The staff was always understanding of situations that arose, giving me time off as needed, and ready to help with any questions or concerns I'd have. "
on 20/01/2016

What to do reviewed by Dorra Sbabti
"I so much want to volunteer, but i am still a student and i have no money are there any opportunities?"