Blue Dragon

Rescues Kids
in Crisis

Blue Dragon

Rescues Kids in Crisis

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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.

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 children in crisis.

Meet the kids

Blue Dragon kids have survived crises like homelessness and sex trafficking, but they are not to be pitied.

What is Blue Dragon?

In 2002 Michael Brosowski arrived in Vietnam and the rest, as they say, is history (still in the making!).

Sisters rescued from trafficking, years apart

Sisters “Trinh” and “Van” are part of the Khmu ethnic group, born into an impoverished community in central Vietnam. Women in this community are particularly vulnerable to human trafficking, due to high poverty levels and low access to education. At the age of 13, Van...

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Above and beyond

Blue Dragon rescues children in crisis every day, but by going above and beyond it is truly transforming young lives.

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Girl power!

In remote provinces such as Dien Bien, north-west Vietnam, it is common for girls in the community to dropout of school prematurely, be married at a young age and become pregnant, or fall prey to a human trafficker. Culturally more importance has been placed on boys....

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Keep up-to-date with Blue Dragon's news and events.

True Story of Tai, who found a way out of crisis

 

Take a behind-the-scenes look at the impact you have when you donate to Blue Dragon. Tai’s story is touching and shows how much we can do for kids in crisis when we all work together.

Blue Dragon’s Impact

runaways reunited with their families

trafficked people rescued

kids sent back to school & training

children & families now have legal papers

Messy

Since the terrible fire at Notre Dame, the online world has been alive with debate. Who should pay for the repairs? Is it right that several billionaires have so quickly agreed to fund the restoration, when there are countless other crises and disasters which also...

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The $3 fix

Human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar international industry, with estimates that it generates up to $32 billion a year. Fighting against it requires substantial resources, time – and money. Among the many organisations which are devoted to ending human...

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Start with one.

There’s an awful lot of bad news about. It’s hard to know where to start. In a world that’s too familiar with mass shootings and terrorist attacks, the horrific events in Christchurch stand out because New Zealand seemed such an unlikely place for this kind of thing...

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Upcoming Events

May
18

Trivia Night

Sydney, Australia

May
2019

Rally Indochina

Vietnam

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