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VinaCapital Foundation Raises Funds for The Children with “Crossing the Street” by Andy Ho

Andy Ho, VinaCapital’s Chief Investment Officer, is not only one of the leading figures in Vietnam’s investment sector but is also a dedicated investor in the future of Vietnam’s children. Andy is a long-time advisor to and supporter of the VinaCapital Foundation (VCF), a US-registered NGO working to reduce poverty, improve access to healthcare, and promote education for the underprivileged.

“Crossing the Street”, which was published in late June, is Andy’s first book about his experiences in Vietnam and it gives readers a clear-eyed look at the opportunities and challenges of investing in this vibrant country. Available overseas on Amazon, the book is exclusively available in Vietnam at VCF for a minimum donation to our work. Andy has donated a limited number of books to raise funds for children with non-communicable diseases. He’s not only willing to share his knowledge and experiences, but also shares any proceeds he makes from the book with disadvantaged children.
Those interested in this book can receive it by making a minimum (or greater) donation of US$40 (~925,000 VND), and 100% of all funds collected will go to VCF’s programs to save little hearts, fund eye surgeries, provide cancer treatment, and improve educational opportunities for Vietnamese children.
We offer free delivery within HCMC. Please find out our payment methods here and order by filling in this form: or leaving us a message! If you choose to pay via Momo wallet, kindly add Name – Phone Number – Number of books in the “Message” box.
If you have any questions or inquiries, please contact us via messenger or comment below. For more information on the book, please visit Amazon or here.

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