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Where Do My Dollars Go?

Making a financial gift is the best way to help Bridges to Learning. Your dollars go where they are most effective, helping us to change the lives of children by supporting education, health and social development initiatives for under-resourced students in Vietnam.

Our programs and specialized funds provide:

    • New education programsYoung boy and mom standing outside scrap wood house. Da Teh province Vietnam. Viet Anh Primary School
    • Sponsorships dollars for Anh Linh School students
    • Operating expenses for the Anh Linh and Viet Anh schools
    • Medical care
    • Special project grants
    • School buses for safe transportation
    • Shelter for abandoned children
    • Books, notebooks, school supplies and computers
    • Breakfast and nutritional support
    • Vision care and eyeglasses

Your generous donations also support special large-scale projects for the students. This includes the construction of a science lab, hosting field trips to a Moon or Tet festival, providing art classes and even offering the opportunity for students to attend camp.                                                                                      

Double or triple your impact?

Many companies and organizations generously match donations made by employees, and sometimes by retirees and spouses. Does yours?  If so, please let them know about your generous contributions to Bridges to Learning and provide the information to get the match. If you need any assistance, please let us know.  

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Bridges to Learning, Inc. is a 501(c )3 organization. No goods or services were received for donation (sponsorships) through the B2L website, unless specifically noted as part of an event or fundraiser. Your donation (sponsorship) is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.