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π‹πˆπ…π„π’π“π€π‘π“ π…πŽπ”ππƒπ€π“πˆπŽπ ππ‘πŽπ•πˆπƒπ„π’ π‹πŽππ†-π“π„π‘πŒ π’π”π’π“π€πˆππ€ππ‹π„ π€πˆπƒ – πˆπ“β€™π’ 𝐇𝐀𝐑𝐕𝐄𝐒𝐓 π“πˆπŒπ„!

In response to the need for emergency relief for those affected by the prolonged natural disasters in late 2020, Lifestart Foundation raised a total of $30,000 during our 30-day fundraising campaign to support hundreds of families to overcome the difficulties in the aftermath of these historic events.

After distributing the urgent initial emergency supplies to help hundreds of families immediately post the floods, typhoon and landslides the next vital step is to provide long-term sustainable aid to help these families rebuild their livelihoods.

Pictured in this post is our Lifestart Foundation Education Scholarship student Thanh Thuong’s family from Dien Ban, Quang Nam. As with all of our sponsored students, they are all from poor families who rely on their crops to feed their entire family. The destructive floods and typhoon last year completely destroyed their vegetable crops and banana trees. It meant that the quality of their meals would have been decreased and they also wouldn’t have been able to save money for their daily expenses if it hadn’t been for the timely support from Lifestart Foundation and generous donors.

Recently Thuong sent us the images of the regeneration of her family’s crops after the funds were provided. We are happy to inform you that they have a bountiful harvest with many kinds of vegetable crops such as water spinach, Malabar spinach, sweet potato buds, eggplants, papaya, which is enough to provide sufficient and healthy daily meals for Thuong’s family.

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To get a glimpse of how these historic natural events have impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in Central Vietnam last year, please click here: youtu.be/BAtv28GpiLQ

Read more about the latest updates from affected families who were supported with financial aid to replant crops by Lifestart Foundation and generous donors:
πŸ”ΈDieu Linh's family: bit.ly/2Tn6qPz
πŸ”ΈMy Dung's family: bit.ly/3eBudCG
πŸ”ΈHong Hieu's family: bit.ly/3eAzmLa
πŸ”ΈNgoc Tham's family: bit.ly/3eDyYLU
πŸ”ΈNhu Quynh's family: bit.ly/3rmMIA7
πŸ”ΈVinh Hieu's family: bit.ly/3rlwAPa
πŸ”ΈTuyet's family: bit.ly/36JPCW5
πŸ”ΈDuyen's family: bit.ly/3ipmHvT
πŸ”ΈKim Yen's family: bit.ly/36RvOzO

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 #Charity #Education #Scholarships #Donation #NGO #Fundraising #Donate #Hoian #Danang #Centralvietnam #Sponsorship #Development #Sustainability
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#LIFESTART FOUNDATION EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT VIDEO - ENJOY!

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2 days ago

π†π„π“π“πˆππ† π‘π„π€πƒπ˜ π…πŽπ‘ 𝐀 𝐍𝐄𝐖 π’π‚π‡πŽπŽπ‹ π˜π„π€π‘ 𝐈𝐍 π•πˆπ„π“ππ€πŒ!
The beginning of the school year is quickly approaching. So our Education Scholarship students are ready for the new academic year, Lifestart Foundation’s staff have purchased all of their supplies, uniforms, and books that they need for the new semester.

All of our students are very excited and extremely grateful for this annual donation as they value the educational opportunities they are given.

They are all academically gifted but from very low-income families who struggle to equip their children with all that is needed to complete their education, so the purchase of new school supplies, uniforms, and books would not be possible for these families.

Pictured are a few of our students receiving their school books and stationery at the annual Supply Day organised every summer. This is also a memorable day for students in the same year level to meet up and connect with each other, and to share their goals and plans for a new school year.

Our scholarship students work so hard and complete an enormous amount of daily study in hope of breaking the poverty cycle and also realize their dream of completing Year 12 and ultimately attend University.

This event took place just before the implementation of the government's Directive 16 in Hoi An.
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MEET ALL OF OUR UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS HERE: bit.ly/3fhgdiH

We are so very proud of each and every one of these students, many are the first in their family to attend University. Against all odds, through sheer hard work, determination, and the support of Lifestart Foundation, they have achieved amazing results.

At Lifestart Foundation we believe in long-term sustainable aid and we achieve this through education.

Lifestart Foundation's investment in the disadvantaged youth of Central Vietnam to date is in excess of 26 Billion VND (approx $1,500,000.00 AUD).

We are committed to breaking the poverty cycle of Central Vietnam's brightest scholars via education. Lifestart Foundation Education Scholarship Project - provides fully comprehensive scholarships through Secondary and High school and onto University.

Scholarships cover all tuition fees, books, uniforms, and the all-important extra classes. Our Year 12 Central Vietnam students need to leave home to attend University for between 4 - 6 years depending on their chosen degree, so funding for accommodation and food needs to be provided too.

Scholarships are awarded to academically gifted students from very poor families.

Liking our page or sharing and liking this post will help to spread the word.

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

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4 days ago

π–πŽππƒπ„π‘π…π”π‹ 𝐍𝐄𝐖𝐒 π…π‘πŽπŒ πŽπ”π‘ ππ‡π˜π’πˆπ‚π’ 𝐒𝐔𝐏𝐄𝐑𝐒𝐓𝐀𝐑 ππ€π˜! 𝐀 𝐅𝐔𝐋𝐋 π’π‚π‡πŽπ‹π€π‘π’π‡πˆπ π“πŽ π’π“π”πƒπ˜ 𝐈𝐍 ππ€π‘πˆπ’.
As with all of our Lifestart Foundation scholarship students, despite enormous odds stacked against them they continue to inspire us with their accomplishments and determination. We have never doubted the profound importance of our education scholarships and our significant investment in the dedicated young people that we support.

Nay, as you may remember, is a super impressive Lifestart Foundation education scholarship student.

He has held a full Lifestart Foundation scholarship since Year 7. Nay was one of the top students at his high school and was always the school representative to attend important contests where he won many academic awards, including the second prize in the National Physics competition for gifted students in January 2017. This success gave him the opportunity to go straight to any University in Vietnam without having to complete an entrance exam. To nurture his long-held passion for nuclear physics, Nay decided to follow a Nuclear Physics major at Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam National University – one of the most prestigious universities in Vietnam.

While studying diligently in order to complete the Bachelor’s degree in Vietnam, Nay also dreamt of studying nuclear physics abroad to develop himself and broaden his horizons. During his first two years at university, he tried his best in his studies as well as extracurricular activities so that it would be advantageous for him to apply for any scholarships to pursue his ambitions.

All of his hard work paid off – Nay was one of only 2 Vietnamese students who successfully passed both written and oral entrance exams taken in 2020 to study at L'Γ©cole Polytechnique, one of the most prestigious higher education institutions in France! The university is well-known for its "Polytechnicien Engineer" program - a six-year program. Students who finished their 2nd year at their universities in Vietnam were eligible for this program so Nay commenced his study in Paris from the third year. Nay was also awarded the Eiffel Scholarship to study for his diploma degree in the next few years, which is a full scholarship granted by the French government. We couldn’t be more proud of Nay's wonderful achievements!

In order to be well-prepared for his studies in France, Nay took an intensive French language course while in Vietnam. His study in France would be in French so he needed to learn French immediately!

Nay comes from a family of 5, including his parents, his elder sister, and his elder brother. His dad is a rice farmer and his mum is a fruit seller at Hoi An market. Prior to receiving the full Lifestart Foundation education scholarship, his parents had struggled to afford to pay for the education of their 3 children There is no doubt that Nay would not have been able to achieve what he has without his hard work and importantly his Lifestart Foundation scholarship. After receiving this valuable scholarship, the life of Nay and his family improved dramatically. He was also able to fully focus on his studies and obtain such lofty achievements.

Nay is a bright and enthusiastic young man who is a super positive role model to our younger LSF Scholarship students. Congratulations Nay, we wish you every success in your education path as well as your career in the future.

Below is a letter from Nay to the younger Lifestart Foundation Education Scholarship students. We hope you enjoy reading it.
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Dear fellow Lifestart Foundation Education Scholarship students,

My name is Vo Thoi Nay, a student who has received the valuable Educations Scholarship from Lifestart Foundation. I’m from Hoi An, Quang Nam and currently, I’m completing the β€œPolytechnicien Engineer” program at L’École Polytechnique University in Paris, France. Today I am writing this to express my sincere gratitude to Lifestart Foundation for all of the support that has been given to me. I’d also like to share with you about my current life and suggest some useful study tips I have had after living in France for a while now.

Before I was awarded this scholarship, my parents had struggled to afford to pay for the education of their 3 children. Being aware of their hard work, I always tried to concentrate on my study to achieve good study results. I am so lucky to have been introduced to the Lifestart Foundation scholarship by a teacher of mine when I was in grade 7. I applied for this scholarship in order to help reduce the financial burden on my parents’ shoulders. Thanks to the great support from Lifestart Foundation, the life of myself and my family then turned a whole new page, which was much less difficult. I also felt more confident about my future. My family was not only financially secure after I received my scholarship, but this was also a motivation for me to strive harder with my studies to help our family break the poverty cycle. Besides the education scholarship, Lifestart Foundation also provided me with various study tools and means of transportation to help me achieve more fruitful results and reach the goals I had set. Apart from all of the material support, Lifestart Foundation also organised fun outing trips and exchange days where myself and other students could meet senior students to get hands-on experiences before entering university life. Not only did the foundation care about my study, but they also cared about my family and their financial conditions and the health of every family member. I am forever grateful for all the enormous support that Karen, the Lifestart Foundation team, and generous sponsors have provided me over years. Your precious support has always been a source of motivation for me to try harder in my studies.

Thanks to the wonderful help from Lifestart Foundation and the great encouragement from my parents, I have made remarkable achievements in my studies. All of my efforts paid off when I passed the entrance exam to study the Engineer program at β€œPolytechnicien Engineer” program at L’École Polytechnique University in Paris, France in summer 2020 - a full international scholarship! This course is conducted in French and will last four years. I have now moved to live and study in France. Apart from the heavy study curriculum and impacts of Covid-19 pandemic, everything is going smoothly for me. At present, I have adapted to my new life here. I have made new friends and have got used to living in a new environment. For those who wish to study abroad, I advise you to do in-depth research regarding your plans, actively collect information and consultations from different sources to avoid being overwhelmed or confused.

Now, I would like to share with you all some effective study methods at university to help you find even higher motivation in your studies.

At first, I was asked to share the difficulties I have encountered during the last three years at university and how I overcame them. However, I suppose that everyone has their own different kinds of difficulties, but with the tremendous support from all of the team at Lifestart Foundation, the difficulties are not big obstacles for our studies. The real difficulty we need to deal with is when we cannot find motivation in studies at school as well as in self-study.

I believe that many among us feel excited when learning new things or being able to solve a quiz or an exercise. We all have the desire to study and to complete ourselves. Perhaps because the act of study has been with us since we were very young children, or perhaps because of the different approaches to studies that have made us forget the root of studying is to acquire knowledge, beautify our personalities and improve our intellectual capacity. I believe that spending your time, money, and effort on your studies is a worthy investment. Learning is an adventure that holds great excitement and abundant astonishment. I also believe that knowledge helps us lead a happier and more enjoyable life. Knowledge helps us perceive nature, society, and the environment around us clearer; which helps us have a different point of view towards life. In general, from my study experiences over the years, learning is a worthy and deserved pursuit to be taken into account.

The learning process starts from when we are young and it continues to happen and repeat every day. This may make us forget that we are truly fortunate to have a chance to study, to go to school, and to meet many teachers and friends. Although teachers play an important role in guiding and orienting the ways we study; on the other hand, I believe that self-study is also invaluable. Therefore we should definitely develop good study habits. Why don’t we try reading books and newspapers, just like we brush our teeth every day? At first, we can spend about 30 minutes a day self-studying, then we can extend this amount of time gradually. If we can maintain that good habit, the learning process will be as easy as eating every day.

Besides studying at school and self-studying, learning life skills and doing sports are also critical for a student. These are what I have observed after half a year of studying in France. Getting used to a computer programming language such as Python, Java, being competent in Microsoft Office applications and other popular softwares is also essential for students in France. There are many group assignments and projects at a French university that require your knowledge of these applications, so you also need to be a tech-savvy person.

As well as developing intellectually, a student should be aware of their physical health, especially for those who study far from home or study abroad. So take up a suitable sport which you are interested in. It not only helps promote your health but is also a wonderful way to unwind after a hard-working day. I believe that in order to achieve good study results besides working hard students need to do regular exercises to keep fit and broaden their necessary life skills.

Above are my thoughts on study tips from a personal perspective. I hope these experiences can give you a source of motivation and help you to study better. Last but not least, I wish you all and everyone at Lifestart Foundation good health and safety during these uncertain times of the world pandemic.

Yours sincerely,
Vo Thoi Nay
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You can read more about Nay here:

πŸ”ΈIntroducing Education Scholarship Student Nay: www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/photos/a.485561648156026/875346999177487/
www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/photos/a.485561648156026/1140738972638287/
πŸ”ΈNay Our Physics Superstar – Goes to Korea: www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/posts/2309840792394760
πŸ”ΈA Laptop Donation for Nay: www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/photos/a.485561648156026/1794544630591048/
πŸ”ΈNay receives private ESL tutoring from a volunteer
www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/photos/a.485561648156026/1786540538058124/
πŸ”ΈA Letter of Gratitude from Nay:
www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/posts/1732091533503025

Liking our page or sharing and liking this post will help to spread the word.

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 #Charity #Education #Scholarships #Donation #NGO #Fundraising #Donate #Hoian #Danang #Centralvietnam #Sponsorship #Development #Sustainability
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π–πŽππƒπ„π‘π…π”π‹ 𝐍𝐄𝐖𝐒 π…π‘πŽπŒ πŽπ”π‘ ππ‡π˜π’πˆπ‚π’ 𝐒𝐔𝐏𝐄𝐑𝐒𝐓𝐀𝐑 ππ€π˜! 𝐀 𝐅𝐔𝐋𝐋 π’π‚π‡πŽπ‹π€π‘π’π‡πˆπ π“πŽ π’π“π”πƒπ˜ 𝐈𝐍 ππ€π‘πˆπ’.
As with all of our Lifestart Foundation scholarship students, despite enormous odds stacked against them they continue to inspire us with their accomplishments and determination. We have never doubted the profound importance of our education scholarships and our significant investment in the dedicated young people that we support.  Nay, as you may remember, is a super impressive Lifestart Foundation education scholarship student.  He has held a full Lifestart Foundation scholarship since Year 7. Nay was one of the top students at his high school and was always the school representative to attend important contests where he won many academic awards, including the second prize in the National Physics competition for gifted students in January 2017. This success gave him the opportunity to go straight to any University in Vietnam without having to complete an entrance exam. To nurture his long-held passion for nuclear physics, Nay decided to follow a Nuclear Physics major at Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam National University – one of the most prestigious universities in Vietnam.  While studying diligently in order to complete the Bachelor’s degree in Vietnam, Nay also dreamt of studying nuclear physics abroad to develop himself and broaden his horizons. During his first two years at university, he tried his best in his studies as well as extracurricular activities so that it would be advantageous for him to apply for any scholarships to pursue his ambitions.  All of his hard work paid off – Nay was one of only 2 Vietnamese students who successfully passed both written and oral entrance exams taken in 2020 to study at LΓ©cole Polytechnique, one of the most prestigious higher education institutions in France! The university is well-known for its Polytechnicien Engineer program - a six-year program. Students who finished their 2nd year at their universities in Vietnam were eligible for this program so Nay commenced his study in Paris from the third year. Nay was also awarded the Eiffel Scholarship to study for his diploma degree in the next few years, which is a full scholarship granted by the French government. We couldn’t be more proud of Nays wonderful achievements!  In order to be well-prepared for his studies in France, Nay took an intensive French language course while in Vietnam. His study in France would be in French so he needed to learn French immediately!  Nay comes from a family of 5, including his parents, his elder sister, and his elder brother. His dad is a rice farmer and his mum is a fruit seller at Hoi An market. Prior to receiving the full Lifestart Foundation education scholarship, his parents had struggled to afford to pay for the education of their 3 children There is no doubt that Nay would not have been able to achieve what he has without his hard work and importantly his Lifestart Foundation scholarship. After receiving this valuable scholarship, the life of Nay and his family improved dramatically. He was also able to fully focus on his studies and obtain such lofty achievements.  Nay is a bright and enthusiastic young man who is a super positive role model to our younger LSF Scholarship students. Congratulations Nay, we wish you every success in your education path as well as your career in the future.  Below is a letter from Nay to the younger Lifestart Foundation Education Scholarship students. We hope you enjoy reading it.
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Dear fellow Lifestart Foundation Education Scholarship students,  My name is Vo Thoi Nay, a student who has received the valuable Educations Scholarship from Lifestart Foundation. I’m from Hoi An, Quang Nam and currently, I’m completing the β€œPolytechnicien Engineer” program at L’École Polytechnique University in Paris, France. Today I am writing this to express my sincere gratitude to Lifestart Foundation for all of the support that has been given to me. I’d also like to share with you about my current life and suggest some useful study tips I have had after living in France for a while now.  Before I was awarded this scholarship, my parents had struggled to afford to pay for the education of their 3 children. Being aware of their hard work, I always tried to concentrate on my study to achieve good study results. I am so lucky to have been introduced to the Lifestart Foundation scholarship by a teacher of mine when I was in grade 7. I applied for this scholarship in order to help reduce the financial burden on my parents’ shoulders. Thanks to the great support from Lifestart Foundation, the life of myself and my family then turned a whole new page, which was much less difficult. I also felt more confident about my future. My family was not only financially secure after I received my scholarship, but this was also a motivation for me to strive harder with my studies to help our family break the poverty cycle. Besides the education scholarship, Lifestart Foundation also provided me with various study tools and means of transportation to help me achieve more fruitful results and reach the goals I had set. Apart from all of the material support, Lifestart Foundation also organised fun outing trips and exchange days where myself and other students could meet senior students to get hands-on experiences before entering university life. Not only did the foundation care about my study, but they also cared about my family and their financial conditions and the health of every family member. I am forever grateful for all the enormous support that Karen, the Lifestart Foundation team, and generous sponsors have provided me over years. Your precious support has always been a source of motivation for me to try harder in my studies.  Thanks to the wonderful help from Lifestart Foundation and the great encouragement from my parents, I have made remarkable achievements in my studies. All of my efforts paid off when I passed the entrance exam to study the Engineer program at β€œPolytechnicien Engineer” program at L’École Polytechnique University in Paris, France in summer 2020 -  a full international scholarship! This course is conducted in French and will last four years. I have now moved to live and study in France. Apart from the heavy study curriculum and impacts of Covid-19 pandemic, everything is going smoothly for me. At present, I have adapted to my new life here. I have made new friends and have got used to living in a new environment. For those who wish to study abroad, I advise you to do in-depth research regarding your plans, actively collect information and consultations from different sources to avoid being overwhelmed or confused.  Now, I would like to share with you all some effective study methods at university to help you find even higher motivation in your studies.  At first, I was asked to share the difficulties I have encountered during the last three years at university and how I overcame them. However, I suppose that everyone has their own different kinds of difficulties, but with the tremendous support from all of the team at Lifestart Foundation, the difficulties are not big obstacles for our studies. The real difficulty we need to deal with is when we cannot find motivation in studies at school as well as in self-study.  I believe that many among us feel excited when learning new things or being able to solve a quiz or an exercise. We all have the desire to study and to complete ourselves. Perhaps because the act of study has been with us since we were very young children, or perhaps because of the different approaches to studies that have made us forget the root of studying is to acquire knowledge, beautify our personalities and improve our intellectual capacity. I believe that spending your time, money, and effort on your studies is a worthy investment. Learning is an adventure that holds great excitement and abundant astonishment. I also believe that knowledge helps us lead a happier and more enjoyable life. Knowledge helps us perceive nature, society, and the environment around us clearer; which helps us have a different point of view towards life. In general, from my study experiences over the years, learning is a worthy and deserved pursuit to be taken into account.  The learning process starts from when we are young and it continues to happen and repeat every day. This may make us forget that we are truly fortunate to have a chance to study, to go to school, and to meet many teachers and friends. Although teachers play an important role in guiding and orienting the ways we study; on the other hand, I believe that self-study is also invaluable. Therefore we should definitely develop good study habits. Why don’t we try reading books and newspapers, just like we brush our teeth every day? At first, we can spend about 30 minutes a day self-studying, then we can extend this amount of time gradually. If we can maintain that good habit, the learning process will be as easy as eating every day.  Besides studying at school and self-studying, learning life skills and doing sports are also critical for a student. These are what I have observed after half a year of studying in France. Getting used to a computer programming language such as Python, Java, being competent in Microsoft Office applications and other popular softwares is also essential for students in France. There are many group assignments and projects at a French university that require your knowledge of these applications, so you also need to be a tech-savvy person.  As well as developing intellectually, a student should be aware of their physical health, especially for those who study far from home or study abroad. So take up a suitable sport which you are interested in. It not only helps promote your health but is also a wonderful way to unwind after a hard-working day. I believe that in order to achieve good study results besides working hard students need to do regular exercises to keep fit and broaden their necessary life skills.  Above are my thoughts on study tips from a personal perspective. I hope these experiences can give you a source of motivation and help you to study better. Last but not least, I wish you all and everyone at Lifestart Foundation good health and safety during these uncertain times of the world pandemic.  Yours sincerely,
Vo Thoi Nay
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You can read more about Nay here:  πŸ”ΈIntroducing Education Scholarship Student Nay: https://www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/photos/a.485561648156026/875346999177487/
https://www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/photos/a.485561648156026/1140738972638287/
πŸ”ΈNay Our Physics Superstar – Goes to Korea: https://www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/posts/2309840792394760
πŸ”ΈA Laptop Donation for Nay: https://www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/photos/a.485561648156026/1794544630591048/
πŸ”ΈNay receives private ESL tutoring from a volunteer
https://www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/photos/a.485561648156026/1786540538058124/
πŸ”ΈA Letter of Gratitude from Nay:
https://www.facebook.com/TheLifestartFoundation/posts/1732091533503025  Liking our page or sharing and liking this post will help to spread the word.  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 #Charity #Education #Scholarships #Donation #NGO #Fundraising #Donate #Hoian #Danang #Centralvietnam #Sponsorship #Development #SustainabilityImage attachment

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Fantastic achievement !!!

Chúc mα»«ng em Nay!

This is so fantastic! Congrats to Nay and Lifestart, and thank you for the support you've been giving to make dreams come true!

Chúc mα»«ng em Nay. Giỏi quá.

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Are you interested in supporting #Lifestart_Foundation's efforts to help disadvantaged students and families in Vietnam? Why not hold a fundraiser or start a "birthday pledge page"? In lieu of your upcoming birthday gifts, you could ask for a donation to Lifestart Foundation. Your network of family and friends will be excited to support your cause on your birthday! The personal connection and selfless sacrifice of one’s birthday is a great way to give back. To set up a birthday pledge page visit us at: www.lifestartfoundation.org.au/fundraise/

A few tips on your efforts:
1. It's best to start fundraising a few months prior to your birthday to get the ball rolling
2. Choose a catchy title, "$27 for my 27th Birthday"
3. Share your reason for donating to LSF
4. Include a photo
5. Email your link to all your family and friends

For more information about our projects: www.lifestartfoundation.org.au

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Are you interested in supporting #Lifestart_Foundations efforts to help disadvantaged students and families in Vietnam? Why not hold a fundraiser or start a birthday pledge page? In lieu of your upcoming birthday gifts, you could ask for a donation to Lifestart Foundation. Your network of family and friends will be excited to support your cause on your birthday! The personal connection and selfless sacrifice of one’s birthday is a great way to give back. To set up a birthday pledge page visit us at: https://www.lifestartfoundation.org.au/fundraise/  A few tips on your efforts:
1. Its best to start fundraising a few months prior to your birthday to get the ball rolling
2. Choose a catchy title, $27 for my 27th Birthday
3. Share your reason for donating to LSF
4. Include a photo
5. Email your link to all your family and friends  For more information about our projects: www.lifestartfoundation.org.au  Liking our page or sharing and liking this post will help to spread the word. 
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.  Visit and support our Online Store here: https://www.lifestartfoundation.org.au/get-involved/shop/  #Philanthropy #NGO #Vietnam #HoiAn #Danang #Centralvietnam #Charity #Education #Scholarships #Donation #Fundraising #Donate #Sponsorship #Development #Sustainability
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