2nd charity football tournament “My shoes on the field – your shoes to school”
“My shoes on the field – your shoes to school” is an association football tournament for companies and benefactors. It is held by the Be Better Foundation with the purpose of raising fund to buy shoes for poor students in remote areas.
Please give me some leftovers
Every day in highland and remote areas, hundreds and thousands of children require eating, studying, and growing up to be good people who benefit society.
Meals for children
“Living in the city all these years, I cannot not imagine that poverty is still harshly present in such remote places. There are places where children do not have enough food to eat, their parents can only dig into the ground and in their garden for something edible to feed their children to school.”
“Please Give Children A Dream!”
Be Better Foundation implements the campaign to build a book library for poor students in remote areas with the hope that “Books will inspire them to have a dream”, “a dream that can change a life”, ”Changing one child’s life will change many generations in the future”
The long-term scholarship program “Bring children to school”
The long-term scholarship program “Bring children to school” which supports financing tuition fees and living expenses for students with extremely difficult circumstances is the core and continuous program of Be Better Foundation.
School shoes for poor children
After taking volunteer trips to the Mekong Delta, I had supposed there were not many muddy roads like that, but the recent trip to Kontum made me deeply sad. Many children stood in line before me to receive the support money from Be Better Foundation.
Old computers: trash for us, but treasure for poor students!
Be Better Foundation opened a program calling for donating old but still functioning equipment and utensils to those in need. Poor students and students in remote areas can benefit from these donations.
Please give me a job!
When supporting poor students to finish university, we are very concerned and worried about their situation. The fact that we help them with their annual tuition fees does not solve all their difficulties in their daily lives.
“My shoes on the field – your shoes to school” – charity football tournament
After the recent trip to Kontum to award scholarships, I saw many children with worn-out slippers walking more than a dozen kilometers on a slippery hilly road to go to school.