Lan Anh

Lan Anh

Monday, 17 March 2014 00:00

NGUYEN THANH THI TRUC

DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS

Ms. Nguyen Thi Thanh Truc is Director of Programs at LIN Center for Community Development. She has diverse experience in journalism, volunteer management and nonprofit capacity building. Truc joined LIN since 2010, being inspired by its mission to help local people meet local needs.

At LIN, she initiated and coordinated programs that bring professionals and nonprofit staff together to build OD skills for the nonprofits and leverage corporate community engagement. She earned an MSc in Organizational Development and Change in Ireland in 2015 and is currently administering LIN's various programs to support community philanthropy in Vietnam.

Sunday, 16 March 2014 00:00

2009

August 2009

  • Future Project received VND 18,900,000 to keep thirty students/clients of Future Project in school". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Phuoc Lam Health Volunteer Group received VND 27,000,000, the majority of which will go towards their micro-credit fund to mothers in Long An. The remaining two million VND will go towards making uniforms for their Volunteer team. Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Saigon Young People in Development received VND 26,476,000 to support the participation of Saigon YPD members in the International YPD Conference and the purchase of School Supplies for Disadvantaged Youth in Vietnam. 
  • Ms. Do's Class received VND 1,822,000 to support educational equipment for poor children. 
  • Khanh Hoi Orphanage received VND 19,200,000 to provide scholarships for 04 children affected by AIDS.
Sunday, 16 March 2014 00:00

2010

Narrow The Gap Round 3

  • Huynh Tan Phat Scholarship Fund received VND 27,000,000 for the project "30 scholarships for architect student of Van Lang University, HCMC Architecture University and Binh Duong University". The total amount of 30 scholarships are VND 90,000,000 which is collaborated between LIN Center, Huynh Tan Phat family, Phat Quang charity association and Mr. Nguyen Van Hung. Download the report here (Vietnamese only).

Narrow The Gap Round 2 

  • Cau Ong Lanh Women Union received VND 27,000,000 for the project "30 scholarships for the disadvataged children living in Cau Ong Lanh ward, district 1, HCMC". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Cau Han Social Center (HCMC Child Welfare Foundation) received VND 26,840,000 for the project "Scholarships for 15 childrens living in poor communities for the cost of entertainment and the cost of learning arts and music". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • SIFE Economic University of HCMC received VND 10,705,000 for the "Greenagers project to educate power saving and environment for elementary students in HCMC". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • 5 gio sang received VND 10,000,000 for the project "OPEN CUP football league for disadvanated children living in shelters playing with children studying in International School". Download the report here (English version).
  • Women Charity Association (WOCA) received VND 27,000,000 for the project
    "36 scholarship for disadvantaged children living in suburb district of HCMC". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).

Narrow The Gap Round 1

  • Binh Loi received VND 29,465,000 for the project "Building roof for play yard for 50 poor children at the Social Center". The total amount is contributed by Pi-Channel (VND 12,465,000 VND) in their fundraising program of selling the "li xi" envelop on the Tet holiday. 
  • Blue Dreams received VND 25,000,000 for the project "50 scholarships for the children living with disability in the anually event "Light and Hope"". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Te Phan Family received VND 18,987,000 for the project "Support with health insurance and treatment for 37 disability children living in the family". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Khanh Hoi received VND 19,200,000 for the project "2010-2011 school fee for the children affected by HIV/AIDS". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
Sunday, 16 March 2014 00:00

2011

Narrow The Gap Round 3

  • Thien An Shelter (MATA) received VND 27,000,000 for the project "Communication Event on Int'l White Cane Day for 50 blind students and 20 media centers". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Wildlife At Risk (WAR) received VND 16,700,000 for the project "Release local fish to Saigon river: communication for students in HCMC". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Action for Wildlife Volunteer Group (AWVC) received VND 26,965,000 for the project "Green Living handbook for helping high school and college disadvantaged students and community people in promoting knowledge on energy saving and environment protection". Download the report for the first period here (Vietnamese only).

Narrow The Gap Round 2 - Focus on Migrants

  • SPI House/HCMC Child Welfare Foundation received VND 80,000,000 for the project "Vocational training for migrant teenagers and youth with the risks of sexual abuse and labor exploitation". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Thien Tam Vocational Shelter received VND 40,000,000 to for the project "Vocational training and job creation for 30 migrant disability children to strengthen their quality of life". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).

Narrow The Gap Round 1

  • Bung Sang Shelter received VND 12,400,000 for the project "6 scholarships for disabled students to continue learning in College and University". Read their full proposal here (Vietnamese only).
  • IFP Alumni in HCMC received VND 27,000,000 for the project "TOT training on Orientation and Mobility for visual impaired students/ teachers in HCMC and Southern provinces". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Khanh Hoi Orphanage received VND 7,250,000 for the project "Making brochure for fundraising and organization introduction." Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • SIFE Economic University HCMC received VND 15,705,000 for the project "Green Recycle for disadvantaged children in HCMC". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
Sunday, 16 March 2014 00:00

2012

Narrow The Gap Round 2 - Focus on Women

  • Deaf Community Association of HCMC received VND 139.5m for the project "Promote education and support to prevent domestic violence among 105 deaf women living in disadvantaged situations". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Tinh Than Network (Chi 2 Project) received VND 100m for the project "Micro credit for 100 poor women living in slum areas in Binh Thanh District, District 8 and Go Vap district, HCMC". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Khanh Hoi Orphanage received VND 50m for the project "Life skills training for 80 children and 20 parents". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).

Narrow The Gap Round 1

  • 5 gio sang received VND 30,000,000 for the project "HOPE CUP football tournament for disadvantaged children living in shelters in and around HCMC". Download the report here (English version).
  • A New Day received VND 27,200,000 for the project "Communication program on social knowledge for migrant workers". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • SIFE Foreign Trade University received VND 12,200,000 for the project "Living Green". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).

LIN Corporate Volunteer Challenge

Theme for 2012: Improving Communications Skills for Local Nonprofits 

 

  • First Place Prize (Grant of VND 50,000,000): Awarded to Hoc Mon Ceporer (with thanks to their corporate partner Brandmaker)
  • Second Place Prize (Grant of VND 15,000,000): Awarded to Little Rose Warm Shelter (with thanks to their volunteer team Clover4Leaf)
  • Third Place Prize (Grant of VND 5,000,000): Awarded to Thao Dan Social Protection Center (with thanks to their corporate partner Matterhorn Communications)

 

Sunday, 16 March 2014 00:00

2013

Narrow The Gap Round 3 - Organizational Development

  • Huynh Tan Phat Scholarship Fund received VND 29,036,000 for the project "Build the capacity of staff and volunteers". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • ICS (Organization to protect and promote the rights of LGBT people in Vietnam) received VND 30,000,000 for the project "Increase organizational capacity in fiancial management". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Thao Dan Social Protection Center received VND 15,000,000 for the Audit project.

As part of the Irish Aid funded Project VNPO Capacity Building System, this LIN grant round prioritized capacity building activities for NPOs participating in the Irish Aid Project. These capacity building grants are aimed at activities that strengthen the NPO's internal operating structure so that it can be more effective and/or more efficient in working toward fulfilling its mission (IA OD Grant Application Form 2013)

Narrow The Gap Round 2 - Focus on Children

  • Ceporer Hoc Mon received VND 150,000,000 for the project "Building a clean tower for 161 children living in Long Thuan (Long An)". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Nhan Ai Social Work Club received VND 100,000,000 for the project "Life skills training and psychological counseling for disadvantaged children in poverty stricken areas of HCMC". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • The Center for Multilanguage Database Kim Tu Dien received VND 50,000,000 for the project "Let's Learn E-book for visually impaired children at shelters, clubs and schools in HCMC". Click here to read the original project proposal (Vietnamese only).

Narrow The Gap Round 1

  • Ceporer Hoc Mon received VND 29,810,000 for the project "Organize services supporting disadvantage children in Hoc Mon". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Thien An Shelter received VND 30,000,000 for the project "Support for the roofing cover against heat and terrace waterproofing at the shelter". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • SPI House received VND 30,000,000 for the project "Support teenagers in vocational training". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Smile Group - Friends of Mr.Hung received VND 30,000,000 for the proejct "Organize drawing activities for disadvantaged children affected by HIV/AIDS". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • GFOC volunteer group received VND 8,400,000 for the project "Organize series of education program for elementary students using puppet shows". 

Download the report here (Vietnamese only).

Download stories about the project here (Vietnamese only).

  • Huynh Tan Phat Scholarship Fund received VND 25,000,000 for the project "Organize training workshops for disadvantaged architecture students". Download the report here (Vietnamese only).

Encouragement Prize

  • Huynh Tan Phat Scholarship Fund received VND 22,000,000 in appreciation for their active participation in year one of the Irish Aid Project. Download the report here (Vietnamese only).
  • Ceporer Hoc Mon received VND 22,000,000 in appreciation for their active participation in the Irish Aid Project.

Community Partnership Initiative

Theme for 2013: Improving Communications Skills for Nonprofits Addressing Children Needs

  • Initiative of the year (Grant of VND 21,000,000): Happier Social Work Group (with thanks to their corporate partner BBDO Vietnam)
  • Most Effective Communications (Grant of VND 8,000,000): Nhan Ai Social Work Club (with thanks to their corporate partner MindCaster)
  • Best Campaign (Grant of VND 6,000,000):  Smile Group (with thanks to their corporate partner LOWE Vietnam)
  • Community’s Choice (Grant of VND 6,000,000): SPI (with thanks to their volunteer team Hand in Hand)
  • Most Unique Idea (Grant of VND 6,000,000): MATA (with thanks to their corporate partner Green Hat)
  • Incentive Award (Grant of VND 3,000,000): GFOC (with thanks to their corporate partner eBrand)
  • Incentive Award (Grant of VND 3,000,000): A new day (with thanks to their volunteer team Blue Scarf)
  • Incentive Award (Grant of VND 3,000,000): Cau Han Project (with thanks to their corporate partner River Orchid)
  • Incentive Award (Grant of VND 3,000,000): Thien Tam Huong (with thanks to their volunteer team KERMIT)
  • Incentive Award (Grant of VND 3,000,000): Tuong Lai Project (with thanks to their corporate partner Daybreak Digital)

Note: These grants were used to support communications activities and/or capacity building for communications staff. Please click here for more information about the CPI program.

Friday, 14 March 2014 00:00

DOAN, DANA R. H.

FOUNDER AND STRATEGIC ADVISOR / PRO BONO

As strategic advisor at LIN, Dana is responsible for setting the course for the organization, which includes strategic planning, capacity building and relationship building. Prior to setting up LIN, Dana worked with NPOs in Latin America (U.S. Peace Corps), the U.S. (Metro Chicago Information Center) and Vietnam (U.S.-Vietnam Trade Council & Education Forum) focusing on international relations, community economic development and public policy.

Dana has a B.A. from Northwestern University, a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and a Certificate in Grantmaking and Foundations from NYU's School for Continuing and Professional Studies.

Tuesday, 25 February 2014 00:00

CAREY ZESIGER

MEMBER - VICE CHAIR
Development Manager, Global Standards
Entrepreneur & CSR Consultant

Tuesday, 25 February 2014 00:00

PROFESSOR MARK SIDEL

MEMBER - LEGAL & PROGRAM
Doyle-Bascom Professor of Law and Public Policy,
University of Wisconsin-Madison Consultant, CIDA

Tuesday, 25 February 2014 00:00

P. ELI ANGEL MAZUR

MEMBER - LEGAL
Counsel, YKVN Lawyers

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