Make a Difference

  • Chapman University’s Asian Pacific Student Association hosted its 2nd annual SO FRESH hip hop & fashion showcase on Saturday, February 17th.    The event had a great line-up of hip hop groups and featured clothing lines with Benji Schwimmer - Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance’s winner/ Season 2 as the emcee!


    ACWP gratefully acknowledges Isabelle Du and the SOFRESH organization for her continued support in fundraising and raising awareness on preventing child human trafficking !

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How To Help:

ACWP- BLOOM CATERING SERVICE:

You can help ACWP continue its mission to help children help themselves by supporting our most innovative venture to date - funding vocational programs abroad by catering gourmet cuisines here in the U.S. BLOOM CATERING SERVICE.
Together, we can accomplish our mission of providing hope and opportunity to thousands more... and do so with one helping hand at a time for "one child at a time."

Whenever you need a catering for small or big party (Birthday, Anniversary or Corporate Meeting) or even your big Wedding Day, BLOOM Catering will be there to make your day special. We serve our Asian-fusion, Cajun and French dishes with Signature Salads, Delicious Sides and Tasty Starches. BLOOM will bring our exquisite cuisines to your place whether you have a kitchen or not. All net proceeds go back to helping the local community as well as charity events and efforts in Southeast Asia.


Call today for a free, no obligation consultation! 408.210.5946


Bloom Catering
134 Martinvale Ln
San Jose, CA 95119
Contact: Tiffinay Tu 408.707.6507
or (408) 210-5946

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check the link: http://www.bloomcatering.org  for more information.

Saving Children in Crisis update-- the Story of Two Viet Siblings PDF 

Children For Sale -

Children Saving Children -- the Story of Two Viet Siblings in Cambodia

This article examines the complex reasons behind the child sex trafficking problem in Cambodia and the solutions sought by two grass-root organizations Aid to Children without Parents, Inc. and Action to End Exploitation Now, Inc. Two examples of their success are illustrated here.This story will be revised or updated from time to time. Thank you for reading. 

Click here to read the story

 

Facts

Cattle Raising Program

To date, the Cattle Raising Program has produced more than 600 cows, and helped more than 300 children to attain basic education combined with the animal husbandry knowledge and  experience.   Many of the participants have gone on to achieve higher education by attending high school and/or university in Vietnam.  One success story is such that  one participant has successfully become a Doctor and is now practicing her medicine at a Hospital in Saigon Vietnam.

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ACWP Presentation 2007