University of New South Wales - Passports with Purpose

Two more of our student volunteers Justine and Sash with their new friends in room 7.


University of New South Wales - Passports with Purpose

Jasmine another of our students making friends with Thuong. During her time with us Jasmine will help out in rooms 3 and 4 with some of our most disabled children, a testing but joyous time.


University of New South Wales - Passports with Purpose

Dash acquainting herself with Thuong and Thao from room 4. We each have the capacity to give and without seeking reward we will receive it in abundance.


University of New South Wales - Passports with Purpose

Great to welcome new students each year and thankful for the work they do. Jessica making a new friend with our Hoa.


Megan (Australia)

Megan is back with us again after first coming with the passports with purpose student program one year ago. It didn't take her long to find her little friend Binh and take him for a walk to catch up.


Short City Tour

Lunch in Hanoi with Red Lotus staff, Sonder Youth Program participants and Patty, Sam and Shari, family


Shari (USA)

Shari is back with us again for her fourth trip and seen here spending some time with Nhat. It is great to have a huge amount of returning volunteers and to see them roll back into the roles they had before as though they had never left.


Harry (Australia)

Harry is the third member from the Sonder Youth Program to visit us this year. Sonder is an annual volunteer group that keeps helping us expand our RLF family.


Briatta (Australia)

Briatta joins us through the Sonder Youth program that brings young changemakers to us each year. Briatta is a wonderful young lady with a very special heart and it has been great having her here and we are already looking forward to her return.


Avalon (Australia)

Our Avalon is back with us again for a sixth time. Avalon runs a youth program in Australia known as Sonder Youth and apart from her personal volunteering with us she also brings some students with her to give them a view of how life is for those less fortunate and also to experience a different Culture.