HHV activity coordinator Luon takes a few of the kids from room 6 for some fun in the play area.

More New Support Chairs

From old cars seats on old disability toilet support chairs, to new support chairs, an amazing transition, thanks to all that have helped along the way.

Helping Hands Family

Sisters Hien, Hai, and Gam from the Huong La center came to the Ba Vi center to meet their new HHV family and for a day of learning and knowledge exchange. The two centers will put in place a system of resource sharing that will benefit the kids in both centers, a wonderful day had by all and a trip to Huong La by the Ba Vi team already planned.

Huong La Center

Today we delivered 4 new support chairs and some walking aids to the kids at Huong La Center. The center is run by the Catholic Sisters of Unity, today was a special day for everyone.

Huong La Center

A new program and some more kids in need and we will does our best to see that those needs are met. Today we started a food program for the kids, (thanks Patty) and identified some much needed disability aids, if you would like to help out just let me know with a message♥♥

HHV Staff Members

Tham is our HHV wellness coordinator and Chuyen who is hidden in her ninja outfit :) is one of our Physio workers, both seen here with a few of the kids they help out each day

New Electric Wheelchair

Thanks to the staff from the Chestnut Tree House Children's Hospice (Sussex, UK), Helping Hands was able to purchase an electric wheelchair! So far Roi, Lan Thu & Mai have used the chair and it was a huge success! They are loving the independence and freedom in using the chair! We are looking forward to trying it out with more residents. Thank you!! ❤️❤️❤️

Presbyterian Ladies College (Sydney - Australia)

PLC and their student families are one of our greatest supporters and each year they come for a five day visit and then return to Australia for their annual Ba Vi fundraiser. We could not do everything we do without their support. A bitter sweet moment, always so happy to see them, so sad to see them go.

Phuong and Son

Sensory work for Son from Phuong our Creative Therapy Coordinator ♥♥

Creative Therapy Room

They say that creative therapy enhances your emotional wellbeing, I guess if the smile on Thuong's face is anything to go by then that is certainly true. Since starting our creative therapy program 3 years ago and building our new room 1 year ago the kids just cant get enough, and we cannot get enough of them to the room. It is a place that gives them joy and in return much joy to us and the volunteers that help out.