Paint cheerful, pure and warm colors for children's eyes, creating a solid foundation for children to grow up in Love
THE STORY OF
Mai Tam Shelter was born in July 2005 by brothers and sisters of the Order of Priests and Pastors of the Sick (Camillo). “Mai Tam” became the name of the home as it contained a heart of hope for a brighter tomorrow for mothers and children with HIV/AIDS. “May Tam” is also the name of Mary’s immaculate heart – to express the meaning that the Vietnamese Church wants to suffer together, to accompany the pain of her children – as Mary always does. accompanying and suffering with Jesus, his son, on the journey of the cross
MAI TAM IS ESTABLISHED
CHILDREN ARE EVELATED
Christian non-profit organization
Mai Tam operates with a non-profit model with the following structure
As a large roof of the Church with open arms to all children who are suffering and abandoned because of HIV/AIDS.
A place where people who have lost their tomorrow/hope due to HIV/AIDS find their tomorrow, hope for a future life.
HIV/AIDS children are treated, cared for and nurtured; be able to study, have an independent career, and protect themselves and others; live and grow up like other normal children, without being discriminated against.
HIV/AIDS mothers who have a place to live, receive treatment and do not transmit the disease to their children, have a normal life
Experience of being loved unconditionally (children and working people)
Hope (recovering life, living normally, returning to family, integrating into society, working, …)
Protect the health of yourself and the community, improve the quality of life
MEMBER OF MAI TAM
Linh mục Gioan B. Phương Đình Toại, MI
Linh mục Giuse Hoàng Quốc Huy, MI
PHÓ GIÁM ĐỐC QUẢN TRỊ
Linh mục Giuse Trần Đức Toàn, MI
PHÓ GIÁM ĐỐC GIÁO DỤC
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FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS
Mai Tam Shelter is a place to receive, nurture and support single mothers, orphans living with HIV/AIDS and children affected by HIV/AIDS.
The money donated by the benefactor will help the children in expenses such as food, school fees, daily living expenses, clothes, travel ..... and running costs of the home.
You can contact the shelter through the following information:
Phone: 028 6283 3010
For benefactors who are far away or cannot come to the shelter, benefactors can join hands with us through the information here.
TO ADD HEART TO THE HAND OF SERVICE
During nearly 20 years of presence, Mai Tam has welcomed and in turn became a family of more than 150 mothers and children, which is a large number and has not stopped for a “family” to exist and develop. . Therefore, in order to overcome the initial difficulties and have the foundation as it is now, we believe in the loving support that the home has received from loving benefactors everywhere. . Mai Tam is always open to receive all the companions and shares from your benefactors. Your material gifts as well as your spiritual support have constantly motivated us to be more persistent in love and responsibility so that children can always live in love and live in accordance with their dignity as God-given people. .