Remember COV in your workplace giving campaigns! COV is now part of the CA and NC state giving campaigns!
Welcome to Children of Vietnam
Founded in 1998, Children of Vietnam is dedicated to providing aid to disadvantaged children in Vietnam. We work to improve the lives of children in need of food, medicine, housing, and education . . . a chance for a brighter future.
We welcome your interest and invite you to read further about our work, the children we serve, and ways you can help.
Ed Sheeran song Spark is spreading the word about COV!
Take a minute to watch this heartwarming video of the children COV serves featuring the music of Ed Sheeran!
We have a new logo and address!
Our new mailing address and phone number are:
PO Box 18039 Greensboro, NC 27419
Phone: (336) 235-0981
US Senator Leahy visits COV beneficiaries
US Senator Leahy recently traveled to Vietnam and met with some families receiving support from COV. According to COV Country Director, Ms. Huong, "We were honored by the Senator's visit with the family! The Senator was clearly interested in the boys' care! This visit shows concern not only for this particular family but also for all Vietnamese people with disabilities." To read the full media release, click here.
Hope System of Care for Children with Disabilities
Kiwanis Help Thousands of Rural Children Stay Healthy
Kiwanis International and local Twin City Kiwanis Club in Winston-Salem, NC demonstrates their mission to "the children of the world, one child, one community at a time" by supporting COV's Parasite Prevention Program. Over 25,000 rural children in Hoa Vang district of Danang city receive twice yearly treatments keeping them healthy, growing, and attending school.
Dr. Dannia Sutherland Memorial Fund
In honor of Dr. Dannia Southerland who passed away February 9, 2012, the DR. DANNIA SOUTHERLAND MEMORIAL FUND has been established to celebrate the many contributions she made to improving the quality of care provided to children and youth with disabilities in Vietnam. Contributions made to Children of Vietnam in honor or memory of Dannia will be used to help children and youth with disabilities lacking resources and access to life-improving care.
Children With Disabilities
COV’s Hope System of Care eases the suffering and expands the horizons of children with disabilities, including those who may have been affected by Agent Orange/dioxin.