Vietnamese Over Sea's Non-Profit Organizations
- Bắc Hà School is a group of students, families, teachers, and friends helping to rebuild a school in the mountainous Lao Cai region of North Vietnam.
- Care2Share is a non-profit organization of Vietnamese- American volunteers who work to provide funding, ideas and the human touch to the people of Vietnam.
- Catalyst foundation is a non-profit, non-political organization working to improve the lives of orphaned, abandoned and homeless children in Vietnam through aducational scholarship programs and direct relief efforts.
- CHEER for Viet Nam: to improve the quality of the lives of disadvantaged children and people in Viet Nam
- East Meets West Foundation (EMW) is to partner with the people of Vietnam to improve their health, education, and economic conditions in an effort to eradicate poverty and to help them achieve self-sufficiency.
- Far East Help Foundation is a non-profit human development organization founded in 1997 as a foundation for the children of the South Pacific.
- Giao-Diem Humanitarian Foundation is a California-based, non-profit, tax-exempt organization that has provided humanitarian services in Vietnam since 1991.
- Global Village Foundation (GVF) is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 by author and humanitarian Le Ly Hayslip, focusing on humanitarian aid work in Vietnam and the promotion of nonviolence and peace.
- Helping and Loving Orphans : (HALO) is dedicated to bettering the lives of orphans and at-risk children around the world - especially in developing countries.
- Hoi An Foundation: is a nonprofit organization started in 2003 to help care for the children of the Hoi An Orphanage in Vietnam.
- Hope Initiative (HI): seeks to develop vibrant and prosperous Vietnamese communities in Vietnam and abroad through poverty reduction, child development, and community enrichment programs
- Hope Today: to assist the poor and disadvantaged in Vietnam.
- International Children Assistance Network (ICAN): to help children realize their potential and become the quintessential member of their family and their community.