YOUR cycling and fundraising will transform the lives of children living in poverty.

Cycling Out Child Poverty In Vietnam

March 16-20, 2020


Your Adventure and Their Bright Future Begins Today!

By joining Children of Vietnam on this cycling adventure we can promise a beautiful ride in one of the most scenic locations in the world - an adventure for you, and a pathway out of poverty for vulnerable children. 

Help to Cycle Out Child Poverty In Vietnam in 2020!

This year we are embarking on our 4th Cycling Out Child Poverty In Vietnam Tour! This year's route will take us from Da Nang atop Monkey Mountain through beautiful countryside and lush, verdant rice patties with a stop in Hoi An, Travel and Leisure's Best City in the World for 2019!

We are encouraging cyclists and/or cycling teams around the globe and cyclists in Vietnam to "Cycle Out Child Poverty in Vietnam".  On this trip you will also get to see COV's work first hand by meeting some of the children and families that your Cycling fundraising supports.

WE WANT YOU TO JOIN US! This event is for ALL ABILITIES (we have riders from 12 to 87 years young). This event is very participatory and uses peer to peer fundraising to show your supporters all of your adventures.

Can't make the trip this year?  You can be a Virtual Cyclist - click above for details!

The important thing is that you are using two wheels and the support of your family and friends to help lift children out of poverty. There are over 34 million children in Vietnam. With so many Vietnamese children living in poverty, many face hunger, inadequate healthcare, homelessness or substandard housing, challenges in attending school and possible trafficking. These children have little hope for a successful future.

As a result of COV's programs that YOUR participation helps fund the Cycle of poverty is broken and they can have a future full of possibilities.

cycling-out-logoChildren of Vietnam creates a future for these children that is full of promise. COV is dedicated to providing these children with what they need to succeed in life: good nutrition, lifesaving healthcare, safe and secure housing, and access to education.