Viet's mother had lost her parents at a very young age. She lived with her grandmother who passed away. She earned a living by working for a family, but then became pregnant. The family tried to force her to abort.
She decided to keep her child and then she went to work for another family who introduced her to the Children's Home.The staff at Mai-Am-Tinh-Thuong community staff was able to care for her throughout her pregnancy. After birth, Viet's mother gave him to the Home.
LOI has a team of 11 people who will be going to LOI's House of Love Children's Home, in Vietnam, July 5-14.
One of the projects for the team is to distribute a months worth of food (rice, fish sauce, noodles, sugar, crackers, Bible) to over 300 disabled and elderly in the communities around the House of Love Children's Home.
Each packet costs $20 USD.
Our team is hoping to raise $6,000 USD by Friday, June 28.