Dragon Wings

Dragon Wings is a community of over 200 monthly givers around the world who share a common belief: that children deserve the best chance in life they can get.
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Beyond infection:

The COVID-19 epidemic poses a threat for Vietnam’s most vulnerable

OUR PURPOSE

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

Monthly Giving

Your ongoing support will help provide essential services and care for street children, kids with disabilities and human trafficking survivors.

Abused and traumatized: Hoa’s healing journey

Abused and traumatized: Hoa’s healing journey

Hoa’schildhood was taken away from her by her own father, who sexually abused her when she was 13 years old. Now aged 15, Hoa remains determined to overcome trauma.  Hoa was born to a very poor family and has several siblings. Despite being terrified, when her father...

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Blue Dragon’s Impact

runaways reunited with their families

trafficked people rescued

kids sent back to school & training

children & families now have legal papers

disBelief

disBelief

Trang is naked and terrified in the photo. She is clutching her arms over her nakedness. Deep bruises are evident across her shoulders. Her face is looking up at the camera, her lips gnarled in horror. Her eyes are pleading for mercy. Trang is 24. As the coronavirus...

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A leader in the making

A leader in the making

There’s really only one good thing about a crisis. It shows us who we really are. Do we rise to the occasion, or fall into a heap? Do we keep smiling and working toward better days, or do we give up and expect the worst? For 19 year-old Viet, this global crisis has...

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Rescue in the days of coronavirus

Rescue in the days of coronavirus

It took Lan more than 4 years to find a chance of escape. In the end, it was the coronavirus that gave her the opportunity to call for help. Trafficked from Vietnam into Hunan province, she was sold to a violent Chinese man who treated her as an object and beat her...

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Upcoming Events

May
30

Trivia Night

Sydney, Australia

Sep
13

Marathon Walk

London, Melbourne

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