August 8, 2012
Thanks to COV, we were able to help our daughter's birth mother who is handicapped and suffering from extreme poverty. COV's staff visited the family, assessed their needs, put together a plan to build improved shelter for them and improve their quality of life by meeting some other basic needs like food and clothing. To accomplish all of this, we made a relatively small and anonymous donation. The COV staff in Danang executed the plan and then sent us a full report with detailed photos to show us the results and how happy the family appeared with the changes. This is an exceptional organization with staff who are genuinely interested in improving the lives of children and families in great need, and have the human resources to accomplish their goals. Their overhead is minimal so donations are used wisely. Can't say enough good things about COV's founder, Ben Wilson, who started his work in Vietnam for all the right reasons. It was never about him or his ego but all about a genuine desire to improve the lives of children. Huong, who directs the work in Danang is also extraordinary in her ability to get things done efficiently and with great heart.
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