About three years ago I had the wonderful opportunity of visiting one of the orphanages in Vietnam. I remember the love and joy that the kids contagiously spread all around. There was a beautiful little girl named "Nhi" who played the violin with me and at that moment I realized how much I wanted this organization to prosper. This organization was not only able to provide a place for orphans in nearly 30 countries to live, but was also able to prepare them for the future. Seeing just a few hours of volunteer work be turned into such a big impact for a child was amazing to witness. The staff and facility is great and I can't wait to see how much this organization will grow.
I visited one of the locations that Kids Without Borders serves in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam the Go Vap Orphanage. It's an extremely well run facility filled with love. While there I had the opportunity to assist with donations through my own network and play with the beautiful children. I think that the truest testament of the culture/environment is the staff. I met someone special named Linh which was one of the orphanages "children" and has stayed with the organization as one of the "mothers" of the children and expressed that her service there is the way for her to give back to what she has received. It's truly beautiful experiencing the work and lives that KWB touches first hand. Thank you for all that you do!
Wow. Kids Without Borders is truly something special.
Our organization first had the opportunity to partner with KWB about two years ago. From the beginning, they have assisted our team with our projects, recruiting volunteers, establishing our organization's goals, spreading our name, and becoming a 501(c)3. Their team is a group of truly special people. They're the type of people who inspire our team of youth to become the best that they can be. Thank you so much to Kids Without Borders for all that they do--can't wait to continue serving together:)
I was privileged to travel with KWB to Vietnam last year and witness both the needs being served and the effectiveness with which Son Michael and this charity serve those needs. The welcome was so warm everywhere. My wife and I are both looking forward to making another trip with KWB and continuing our support.
As a volunteer, I am grateful to be a part of the Kids Without Borders team that supports orphans and under-served children in more than 30 countries. I am especially excited about the Teach Me To Fish that provides scholarships to support orphans in Vietnam when they leave the orphanages at the age of 18 and start life on their own. I can never be more thankful to the Founder Son Michael Pham for his dedications to the community, and for his mentorship and leadership since I came to America to study. My experience with the organization is invaluable and priceless.
I had the wonderful privilege to go with Son Michael to visit some orphanages in Vietnam. I was overwhelmed by the greeting we all received from the administrators and the children. He and KWB provide so much more than the extremely necessary material things like clothing and supplies. He gives his whole heart to those children and those children love him right back. A truly amazing organization and a truly inspiring man leading the charge!
Excellent and Inspirational work has been accomplished to date for the benefit of the KIDS world across, however it doesn't end year! This is just the start; The of Founder of KWB-Son Michael Pham is personally known to me and he is committed to this cause for KWB without any reservations. Year of Year the need grows, yet the challenges are met with enthusiasm and passion. Thank you Son Michael for your dedication to this organization and making it possible to provide KWB with many resources and successes! KEEP IT UP, we are with you!
I met the founder of this organization and I found him very enthusiastic, inspirational. He also has a big heart which moves me and makes me want to help him with his work. He and his volunteers have done a lot of work to help children with disadvantages in Vietnam, and other countries. His charity activities are well-implemented and objective. I am honored to work with him.
Every year since 2009, the Khmer Village Program has been able to provide new clothing, shoes, and/or toys to children residing in Chamkar Chek, an impoverished village in coastal Cambodia, thanks to Kids Without Borders. KWOB also facilitated a Rotary Club grant for KVP to install a deep well with hand pump in 2012.
Such an inspirational organization! Run by volunteers, KWB has worked with children and their families all over the world. I feel so fortunate to have experienced this firsthand with KWB programs in both India and Vietnam.