School On the Boat is a Hanoi-based NGO committed to contributing to the well-being and academic success of disadvantaged children.

Published in Just In
Sunday, 14 June 2015 17:03

Not All Profit is Equal

The photo op... Angelina Jolie in her role as UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador

We’ve been told that you cannot make money while helping the poor because that is morally repugnant. But I believe you can ‘do well’ by ‘doing good’ and balance a social agenda with a profit agenda.

Published in A World Of Good

Thao Dien-based shop Kepi will be celebrating International Children's Day from Monday May 25 to Monday Jun. 1 with up to 50 percent discount on many of their products.

Published in Promotions
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 20:49

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Published in Win
Sunday, 01 February 2015 19:00

Saigon Players’ Community Outreach

Saigon’s community theatre contributes more than just art

Published in Briefings
Tuesday, 06 January 2015 22:19

Charity of The Month: The Celebrity Chefs

This month’s spotlight is on the popular fundraising tactic of celebrity chef dinners — and one amazing organisation they’re working to support

Published in Briefings
Sunday, 04 January 2015 23:52

A Great Ride

Last month’s Charity Scooter Ride brought the classic bikes out en masse

Published in Briefings
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 18:35

Person of the Year: Alain Carpentier

November’s CMI charity gala in Ho Chi Minh City, which benefits Alain Carpentier’s heart-surgery initiatives in Vietnam, raised more money than ever before.

Published in The Big Story
Monday, 15 December 2014 18:15

Charity of the Month: Cargill

This month’s spotlight is on an organisation that comes from a background opposed to most that we feature — and they’ve brought their business acumen with them

Published in Briefings

Leveraging the work of Professor Alain Carpentier — a French pioneer in providing heart surgery to underprivileged children in Vietnam — CMI has once again proven how far a little bit of magic and a lot of goodwill can go. With the show-stopping moment being a wallet-splitting US$40,000 live auction bid for a 7-day trip to the Komodo Islands, the Monte Carlo-themed charity event did just what it set out to do.

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