President’s letter


Dear VietHope friends After finishing 2016 with new heights in scholarship impact and fundraising, we at VietHope have been working hard in the last few months on strengthening our operations, organizational structure, and visions for 2017 and beyond. In this letter, I will give an overview of VietHope’s achievements in […]

President’s letter Quarter 1 – 2017



Dear VietHope friends, Since VietHope’s early days, we have taken seriously the tasks of monitoring and evaluating our programs, setting us apart from peer non-profit organizations. In this quarterly letter, I would like to walk you through an overview of our Merit scholarship program’s statistics, and update you on our […]

President’s letter Quarter 2 – 2016



Dear VietHope friends, On behalf of the entire VietHope organization, we would like to sincerely thank you for your generous donation and support this past year. Your gift has empowered driven, talented, and disadvantaged students in Vietnam to further their education and to ultimately catalyze Vietnam’s socioeconomic development for many […]

President’s letter Quarter 1 – 2016 and Summary of ...


Dear VietHope’s friends, Happy holidays! 2015 has been a fantastic year for the VietHope family in several areas: modernizing our infrastructure (1st quarter), piloting new programs (2nd quarter), and partnering with a record number of non-profit organizations and foundations (3rd quarter). In this (4th) quarter’s President’s letter, I am thrilled […]

President’s letter Quarter 4 – 2015




Dear VietHope’s friends   It is a great honor for Viet Anh Tran, Dat Le, and myself, VietHope’s new executive committee, to lead this tight-knit organization of talented and dedicated individuals who share a desire to make a difference in the lives of many disadvantaged students in Vietnam. Your tremendous […]

President’s letter Quarter 2 – 2015


Dear VietHope’s friends,  For many years, you have supported low-income students in Vietnam through our work. At VietHope, we have the team, the heart, and the skills to implement our scholarship programs. You add the community and the financial resources to make that happen, and we are grateful for your […]

President’s letter Quarter 1 – 2015