CALL FOR DONATIONS TO HELP DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS

2002-05-12-09.01.52

 Dear Sponsors,

 Warmest greetings to you from the Rice Scholarship Program in Vietnam!

I am writing on behalf of the Rice Scholarship Program (RSP) to inform you that we are launching a fund-raising campaign to call for donations to provide 1,000 scholarships (VND 1 million or US45 per scholarship) to 1,000 disadvantaged ethnic minority students in 8 remote and mountainous districts of Yen Bai, Cao Bang and Dien Bien Provinces.

Selected from more than more than 200 different primary and junior-secondary schools, these students are living in especially difficult circumstances.  They are either orphans or children with disability or living with HIV+ or affected by HIV/AIDS or children from extremely poor families whose mothers or fathers either passed away or are disabled or having serious health problems.  They do need your support so as to continue their schooling.

Please find below our Brochure for School Year 2015-2016 for your information.  We would be most grateful if you could share this message with your contacts, who you think, would be interested in helping disadvantaged kids in Vietnam.

On behalf of the Rice Scholarship Program, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your kindness and continuous generous support over the past 10 years and we are looking forward to receiving your support to the disadvantaged ethnic minority students in Vietnam in the years to come.

With our sincere thanks and warmest regards.

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Rice Scholarship in Vietnam

The Rice Scholarship Program is a charity program aiming to assist disadvantaged students, particularly those from ethnic minority groups, in remote and mountainous areas, to continue their education. The program was initiated in 2005. Individual donors contribute money, time and effort to raise fund, establish relations with local partners, coordinate and manage the program on a voluntary basis. Contact us here

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