During the more than 45 years since the foundation of MCNV, we have been receiving kind donations from loyal individual donors in the Netherlands to implement our programs and projects in Vietnam. Though MCNV still has about 5,500 individual donors today, this network of donors has gradually decreased over time as people grow old and pass away. One solution to compensate for the loss of individual donors is to mobilise more funds from institutional donors. Since 2010 we have also initiated activities to appeal for donations from individuals and organisations within Vietnam, through fundraising campaigns in the provinces where MCNV has programs and projects.
Six years ago, we managed to get a generous subsidy which enabled us to fund additional programs and staff. But last year the subsidy period ended and we did not yet succeed in finding new sources. We decided to keep the current projects in the coming months for people with mental illness, for teenage girls and for food safety, but after that we cannot keep the programs and the field office running without additional support... Read More ..
Summer campaign In the border region of Huong Hoa, there are 1900 teenagers with too little knowledge of sexual matters. Their parents also want to gain knowledge and self-confidence so that they are able to discuss delicate subjects... Read More ..
The campaign’s purpose is to raise funds to help 125 children with disabilities at the Support Centre for Inclusive Education have better conditions for social inclusion... Read More ..
2012 – “Fostering young sprouts” Fundraising campaign to combat malnutrition in Phu Yen province MCNV collaborated with the Provincial Health Service and the Reproductive Health Centre of Phu Yen Province to raise funds to help Dong Xuan district fight against malnutrition among children under 5 years old... Read More ..
2011 – “Warm nest” Fundraising campaign to support the School for Children with Disabilities in Quang Tri province This campaign linked to a gala dinner event aimed to mobilise funds to enable the School for Children with Disabilities (CWD) in Quang Tri to improve the living and study conditions for the 110 students at their boarding school... Read More ..
2010 – Afternoon Tea to support the Peace House shelter for women suffering from domestic violence On Sunday December 5th, 2010, MCNV supported the Center for Women and Development (CWD) (Women’s Union) and the Hanoi Businesswomen’s Association to plan and implement an afternoon tea meeting,.. Read More ..