Lifestart Foundation is celebrating a major milestone - 19 years of service to the disadvantaged and disabled community in Vietnam. We have grown from very humble beginnings to an organization that now delivers significant services to those most in need. Our success would not be possible without our dedicated staff and our amazing group of supporters from all corners of the world.
Our projects that will help us to become a self sufficient organization include the Lifestart Foundation Online Store, LongLife Premium Essential Oils, LongLife Natural Body Products and Lifestart Foundation Wine. All profit from these initiatives help fund Lifestart Foundation philanthropic projects in Vietnam.
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TOY DONATION THANK YOU
Khiem is one of our Lifestart Foundation scholarship students studying 2nd Year Medicine at Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy. In his spare time he volunteers at the Children's Hospital in Hue. Khiem recently brought to our attention the lack of resources at the hospital for the inpatients.
Pediatric cancer patients often need to spend a long time in hospital and there is nothing like some new or pre loved toys to help pass the time and to take your mind off your illness for a while.
Many of these children have Blood cancer and others have neuroblastoma, kidney tumors, liver tumors, lymphomas and adrenal malignant tumors.
To those of you who recently donated toys and responded to our shout out for help - THANK YOU SO MUCH. We will continue to collect toys that are clean and in good condition to help further stock the play room for these children. Please drop off any donations at 175 Ly Thai To Street, Hoi An.
If you like and support what Lifestart Foundation is doing across so many projects please consider a donation, joining our Monthly Members Club or running a fundraising event for us www.lifestartfoundation.org.au #Philanthropy #Vietnam #HoiAn #Charity #Education #Scholarships #Donation ... See MoreSee Less
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The Brocade Weavers of the Central Highlands Dhroong village is home to many exceptionally skilled weavers. Girls learn the art of weaving at the age of 7 from their mothers. When not tending to their crops, weaving is also a reason for CoTu women to gather and socialize. The CoTu Yaya business group was established offering ethnic CoTu fabrics, clothing and other products for purchase. Dhroong women hope their products will generate extra income so that they can provide education and other opportunities for their children and community. Although the Lifestart Foundation Workshop is closed your ongoing support will keep CoTu traditional crafts alive and help CoTu women realize their dreams. Products can be purchased online here www.lifestartfoundation.org.au/get-involved/shop/ Read more about the CoTu Yaya www.lifestartfoundation.org.au/2018/09/18/the-brocade-weavers-of-the-central-highlands/... See MoreSee Less
Karen is frequently asked by travel companies if students or visitors can "get their hands dirty" when they visit Vietnam. This article helps to explain why non skilled westerners should not be building structures as a tourist/charity activity. Aside from the obvious reasons, it is far better to give employment to local trades people. I always recommend that visitors fund raise for the work or project that needs to be undertaken and be happy and satisfied that they have contributed in this far more practical way. ... See MoreSee Less