How Nashers give back to the Community in Ho Chi Minh City

April 13, 2020

Every year NashTech and our Nashers pour their heart and soul into their ‘Community Day’. 2019 was another great year, and we were so happy to give back to the community we live in. We chose Maison Chance to see how we could in some way contribute to the amazing work they do. This charity provide housing, health care, education and vocational training, and a place where the under-privileged Vietnamese children and the disabled can study and work. It also offers them the means to facilitate their rehabilitation and their reinsertion into social life.

A springboard for orphans, street children, disadvantaged people and the physically handicapped in Vietnam

Mason Chance’s have three centers in Vietnam: The Shelter, the Take Wing Center and the Village Chance. The Shelter welcomes 70 people with physical disabilities, orphans and street children. The Take Wing Center provides vocational training to about 60 adults. At the Village Chance, about 150 disadvantaged children are provided with free schooling and about 20 families are accommodated.

We chose this charity because we were so touched by the story of Maison Chance, which is run by Swiss National, Tim Aline Rebeaud. Tim Aline Rebeaud has a loving heart and decided to relocate her life to Vietnam. She is fulfilling her aspiration to bring life-changing opportunities to less fortunate people.

Community Day 13th November 2019

38 members of our team travelled 300 km from Tan Binh, Ho Chi Minh City to the Maison Chance center in Daknong carrying along an important message: “Giving small love, you will receive great happiness”. Bringing along ample passion, youth, caring and profound love for the children, we were lucky to have given many meaningful gifts to the children at the center.

Through the NashTech Community Day 2019, we were able to contribute a little towards the living, learning and developing for the children and adults at Maison Chance. We worked closely with the staff at Maison Chance and were able to donate 1,000 notebooks; 500 confectionery and milk items and 2 trees for shade in the grounds.

NashTech Scholarships for disadvantaged children to attend Maison Chance

We are also so proud to have funded 16 scholarships to Maison Chance in Ho Chi Minh City and Dak Nong province. We helped to run a scholarship ceremony for the children with difficult financial circumstances took place. We awarded 16 scholarships valued 80 million Dong for the 2019-2020 school year.

We understand that knowledge and learning are the tools for human development, and that is why these scholarships mean so much to all our team. The journey not only helps awaken the compassion of Nasher, but also inspires the faith of love in our life.

At Maison Chance, we can live a truly normal life – Bich Tram, a member of Maison Chance.

After the ceremonies, our 38 Nashers also made some drinks, organizing mini games for the kids to join and eat together. Infused with the innocent laughter of the children was the emotional contemplation of the Nashers.

Before we left in the evening, our Nashers secretly organized a birthday party for nearly 160 students and the disabled people. This was the first time for them to have a birthday party in such a big family and in such a special surrounding like this. This is such an unforgettable memory for us, and we are so privileged to help.

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