For children in Vietnam who are born into poverty, there is little hope for the chance of a better life.

More than 66% of the population lives in rural areas, where rice farming is the major industry. Whole families can earn as little as $1 – $2 a day.

Children growing up in extreme poverty often have no choice but to quit school. Move far from home. Therefore exposing them to the dangers such as trafficking, homelessness, sexual exploitation, drug abuse, and illness.

Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation provides exceptional care to Vietnamese children and families in crisis. While creating long-term change for a better world.

 


 

We at Travel Agent Hanoi had been looking at ways to put something back in to the Hanoi community. We came across Michael Brosowski & the Blue Dragon Children's Foundation and believe we found the right solution.

We are pleased to announce that we will help this worthwhile charity. We will donate a portion of our commission for every guest who books a Vietnam Holiday package with us. **During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, we are still honouring our contribution and in fact are supporting one particular young family with a baby in Dien Bien Phu.

If you feel like donating any extra or without booking a tour. Please click the button below my marathon story, to be taken to their donation page.

 


 


 

This year I again completed the 42.2km marathon walk in aid of Blue Dragon Children's Foundation by walking around the countryside of Ninh Binh.

I walked around the wonderful and gorgeous scenery that is Trang An & Tam Coc in the province of Ninh Binh, North Vietnam. I also livestreamed some of the event on Facebook and have also made a video for our YouTube channel too. Check it out and its still not too late to make a donation!

This year, my target was US$5000+, a little ambitious it seems and never really got near this, possibly due to the cost of living crisis. So any further donations, please give generously guys, it's still not too late. Thanks and see you in 2023 for the next one...
Cheers
Simon