Founder's BlogBlue Dragon's founder, Michael Brosowski, shares the lessons he has learned from the children and young people he meets from day to day.
It’s Christmas! To all Blue Dragon’s friends who celebrate Christmas, the kids and staff send you our warmest wishes. And as a special gift… here’s a look back at the very first “Blue Dragon Christmas” 20 years ago. Christmas 2002. At that time, we weren’t yet an...
Life is tough for kids who are homeless or working in jobs far from home. It can take a special effort to show them that they are cared for. Son is a Street Outreach Worker for Blue Dragon. When he was a child, he was a street kid himself. Blue Dragon’s Street...
Far from their families, faced with danger and hunger, Vinh and Tien feared they would never see home again. But one day everything changed.
Ly was 19 when she was trafficked and sold into slavery. Two years later, she is finally free; but her victory is not a glorious ending to her story.
Nam joined a football team for street kids because he simply wanted a chance to play. Before long, the games had changed his life.
Sẻng’s rescue from slavery should have felt liberating. But a fear of what was yet to come meant that she could not truly be free.
The tragic story of abuse of one child by another in a remote mountainous community begs the question, can there be any hope of healing and justice?
Almost 20 years ago, Vi was a street kid shining shoes in Hanoi. Today, he’s preparing to become a co-CEO of Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation.
This Valentine’s day, get inspired by this story of a couple torn apart by human trafficking but never gave up on their love for each other.
Nam was homeless, sleeping on a park bench. To turn his life around, he needed a helping hand – just like we all do at some time in our lives.
Thanh thought she was entrusting her son to a friend who could help in her time of hardship. Instead, her child was stolen by a trafficker.
Blue Dragon discovered a shocking case of sexual abuse. Underage boys were infected with HIV, and the identity of their abuser was a mystery.