Collective Philanthropy Project

The Collective Philanthropy Project (CPP) is an initiative for Vietnamese students and community organizations to collaborate and partner with in working towards one charitable cause. CPP assists North American Vietnamese nonprofit/philanthropic organizations to better achieve their mission through collective and collaborative partnership with UNAVSA.

2020 Project

Voter participation for Asian Americans is especially low for age range 18-34. We’re on a mission to register 100,000 AAPIs by the 2020 Elections. We are doing this by raising awareness, providing education, and giving a space for civic engagement on the local, regional, and national scale. 

Mentorship Program

Our Mentorship Program seeks to engage alumni with high potential members to help develop the next generation of Vietnamese leaders and professionals through lived experiences in their career paths and with their involvements within the community.


At VSAcademy, we are all about the love of knowledge and delivering a beautiful learning experience. VSAcademy offers curated content to educate Vietnamese American & Canadian young leaders. We encourage our constituents to experience the world of knowledge through a variety of mediums – videos, podcasts, playlists, articles, etc. 

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Census 2021 is happening for Canada this May 11th! Refer to this infographic for more information on why you should fill out the data sheets and count yourself into Canada's statistical portrait. It is important as the data collected is needed by both the public and private sectors to support decision-making, planning services, and funding for your communities! Remember to complete your census questionnaire today! ... See MoreSee Less

The Vietnamese American Roundtable (VAR) will be hosting a free public screening of the documentary Fighting for Family, available on Facebook from Friday, May 7th through Sunday, May 9th.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Chuh and Rex, hosted by VAR Boardmember Mimi Nguyen.

A sneak preview of the film and Q&A was featured at VAR's 46th Annual Black April Commemoration on April 30th, 2021.

Almost two decades ago, Chuh and Rex, refugees from the indigenous tribes of Vietnam, fell in love and started a family in North Carolina. In 2017, the unthinkable happened. Chuh was deported to Vietnam, leaving Rex and their four daughters behind in the U.S. Chuh works on adjusting to life in Vietnam, while Rex resiliently balances working, raising her children, and maintaining her long-distance relationship. FIGHTING FOR FAMILY shares the family’s love story and fight to mobilize for Chuh’s return to the U.S.
#EndDeportations #BringChuhHome

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