Our Achievements since inception
From Inception until now, Heartbeat Vietnam has provided:
- 9058 Children with congenital heart defects
- 766 Continuing Care
- 698 Family Grants
- 232 Scholarships
How does the program operate?
To apply for surgery sponsorship from Heartbeat Vietnam, please fill in the form here and send it to the Social Work Department in the hospital your child is treating. Or send us via post office to VinaCapital Foundation office – 14E21 Thao Dien, Thu Duc City, Ho Chi Minh city.
After receiving the application, Heartbeat Vietnam reviews eligibility and then contacts the family to proceed to the next steps.
When receiving donations, Heartbeat Vietnam will confirm the contribution and issue a Receipt / Thank you letter to acknowledge the donor’s support via email/post office.
If the donor’s contribution is sufficient to save 1 child and more, Heartbeat Vietnam will assign each young beneficiary to a specific donor and provide the donor the biographical information including photos and detailed family history, diagnosis and total estimated cost. HBVN shall arrange hospital visits with donors if requested.
Mai Hoa and her family’s transformation
After the COVID situation eased off, contributions from Heartbeat Vietnam’s benevolent donors provided Mai Hoa with the operation she desperately needed. Half a year after the open-heart surgery, this precious little girl is on a complete recovery post-operation with encouraging regular checkups.
Every contribution, no matter big or small, plays a crucial part in saving the lives of children with congenital heart defects, empowering their mothers and improving their family's future.
1,200 USDYou can save a child's life.
150 - 300 USD
You can provide a Family Grant to cover nutrition, travel, and medical costs associated with their child’s heart operation.
65 - 390 USD
You can provide a Continuing Care grant to cover medicine and nutrition or cover a partial school fee for a heart child after surgery.
150 - 250 USD
You can provide a Scholarship so a heart child can continue going to school.