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Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children2018-12-11T00:45:50+00:00

THUA SAI HOME FOR DISABLED CHILDREN

Founded in the year 2000 by Sister Le Thi Hoe, this loving home rests in the tranquil country setting behind the Hoa Yen Catholic Church, south of Nha Trang. Most of the 30 children being cared for here were born with cerebral palsy or severe learning disabilities, and they live year round at this home. There are also several deaf children being cared for and educated by the nuns here. While not specifically an orphanage, there are several orphans living here, as well as several children from impoverished homes who are cared for during the week.

This loving home is run by the nuns of Thua Sai, and is not owned or operated by Lovingkindness Vietnam.  They rely entirely upon donations, most of which come from people in the community. Donations through our website go to general upkeep and monthly expenses, plus toys and activities to improve the lives of the children.

To donate to this cause, , click the Donate button, which can be found on any page of this site in the top right. From the PayPal form, include a comment to indicate that you wish the donation to go to Thua Sai. You can also send us an email at ahren@lovingkindnessvietnam.org.

ALL OF OUR THUA SAI HOME FOR  DISABLED CHILDREN ACTIVITIES

New School Supplies for Thua Sai

On August 9, 2018 we visited the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children with lots of supplies for the upcoming school year. Located in a peaceful country setting in Cam ...

Christmas at Thua Sai

In December 2017 we brought a Christmas party to the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children. Located in a peaceful country setting in Cam Ranh, to the south of Nha ...

A Fun Party at Thua Sai

On August 10, 2017 we made a very fun visit to the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children. Thua Sai provides a caring home and school for children with neurological ...

School Supplies and Gifts for Thua Sai

On July 28, 2017 our team of volunteers visited the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children. Thua Sai provides a caring home and school for children with neurological issues in ...

Repairs at Thua Sai

On March 30, 2017 we completed our construction project at the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children. Thua Sai is a loving home for children who suffer from neurological and ...

A New Roof at Thua Sai

On October 27, 2016 we completed our project to give a new roof over part of the courtyard at the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children. Thua Sai is a ...

Sponsoring Education at Thua Sai

On August 9, 2016 we sponsored education at the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children. Thua Sai is a loving home and school to children in the area with neurological ...

Wonderful Visit to Thua Sai

On March 18, 2016 we visited the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children in Cam Ranh. Run by nuns, Thua Sai is a loving home and school for ...

Gifts for Tet at Thua Sai

On January 27, 2016 we brought gifts for Tet to the Thau Sai Home for Disabled Children. Thua Sai is a loving place that cares for children with disabilities. All ...

Three wonderful visits

On September 21-22, 2015 we visited 3 places with gifts. In addition to working with Lovingkindness Vietnam, our coordinator Hiep also assists the charity Project Healthy Smile, which promotes oral ...

Many gifts for Thua Sai

On August 8, 2015 we brought many gifts to the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children. These gifts were made possible through kind donations from Ai Linh Tran, ...

Two-Organization Field Trip!

On June 1, 2015 we arranged a special field trip for the children at the Thien Tam Orphanage and the Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children. This trip ...

ADDRESS

Hoi Am Thua Sai Home for Disabled Children
Thon Tan Hoa Xa
Cam Duc
Cam Lam, Khanh Hoa
Vietnam

PHONE

058 3859235

EMAIL

agnesshoe@yahoo.com

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

The easiest route is to take D Tran Phu south, and follow the signs to Diamond Bay Resort. After crossing the Binh Tan Bridge, veer right, and stay on the main road. You’ll pass the Diamond Bay Resort and Wonderpark and after topping a lovely cape you’ll see the endless stretch of white sand on Cam Ranh’s peninsula, with a cluster of tin roofed cafés at Bai Dai Beach. Keep heading on the road towards the airport and you’ll eventually see a large sign for “Cam Hai Dong” pointing right. This takes you to a bridge connecting the mainland with the peninsula. There is a major road being finished, though you might have a slight detour through some mango orchards. Stay on the road and it will link up with Highway 1A. Turn left, and as you enter the small town of Cam Duc In Cam Phuc Bac you’ll see a blue sign on the right for “Giao Xu Hoa Yen”. Behind the church in a separate compound is the home for children.

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