Viet Blind Children Foundation

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The Viet Blind Children Foundation is a non-profit independent[1] organization of Roman Catholic Christian origin, which declares its aim in supporting health, education, and career development programs for visually impaired children in Vietnam.[2][3] It was established by Father Thuan Hoang[4][5] and Sister Nhuong, retired as Superior General of the Lovers of the Cross of Christ Sister of Thu Duc. It was incorporated in 2000 and is based in San Francisco, California.

The institution provides funding for food, medicine, educational materials, equipment, facility improvements, and staff salaries.


  1. ^ "Independent charities of America" Catalog
  2. ^ Wisconsin charities directory
  3. ^ "Thanh niên gốc Việt ở Mỹ giúp đỡ trẻ khiếm thị VN", Voice of America, December 2009, in Vietnamese.
  4. ^ "Local priest founds effort to aid blind Vietnamese children", Articles and Resources section, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco
  5. ^ Catholic San Francisco

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