The Hidden Parts in Hanoi | Helping The Poor in Vietnam with SAPvn | Gift of Hope Fundraising Event

Vietnam travel: The Hidden Parts in Hanoi | Helping The Poor in Vietnam with SAPvn | Gift of Hope Fundraising Event

In this video, I will show you hidden parts of Hanoi, Vietnam. This experience is so unique since I will visit people with disabilities and people in need on behalf of SAPvn.
SAPvn is a nonprofit, non-governmental, and non-religious humanitarian organization based in Garden Grove, California. They have been helping the poor and vulnerable in Vietnam for the past 30 years. During Covid19 lockdown, they spent $185,000 to help thousands of families who lost their jobs. They are having their 19th Gift of Hope fundraising event on October 24th and you can find it here:

Show your love and support by attending and donating to the event to save more lives. Together we can make a difference!

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24 Responses to "The Hidden Parts in Hanoi | Helping The Poor in Vietnam with SAPvn | Gift of Hope Fundraising Event"

  1. Hi Vân. Một miếng khi đói bằng một gói khi no. Cảm ơn cháu có một tấm lòng cao cả.chú chúc kênh của cháu càng ngày càng phát triển. I just watch your clips, but I love very much, thank you.

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  2. Wow, this was very touching to see how each of us can impact others. We all have issues, conflicts in our lives, but we cannot let them live in hardship. Helping each other just makes our community so much better. Thanks to you for your work in spreading the hope each of us can give to our fellow nations.

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  3. Không biết nói gì hơn. Mộ cô gái xinh xắn đáng yêu. Có những hành động và nghĩa cử đẹp. Xem em luôn luôn thấy e có rất nh năng lượng tích cực và đắc biệt mê mẩn nụ cười luôn
    Chúc e nh sức khoẻ may mắn bình an và xinh đẹp

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  4. There's all lot homeless people who out in the cold in the US.they choose to be homeless they are addicted to drugs and alcohol.i had them change when they ask me.

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