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Combined Federal Campaign

Your contribution to the Global Community Service Foundation will advance our community development projects for people living in poverty in Viet Nam & Myanmar.
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Annual Report for 2015

Global Community Service Foundation continues its success by moving to the next level! Sustainable community development by local project leadership in rural Viet Nam and Myanmar. Our 2015 Annual Report covers it all.

Project Updates

Can we count on you as 2016 comes to a close?

Two women and girl with book.As you gather with family and friends for the holidays, keep in mind women like Ma Khin Mar Htwe who delivered a healthy baby because of your generosity to the Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies program, or children like Myat Myo Thwe, who is reading avidly about scientists like Albert Einstein because of the mobile library project, or adults seeking to become ophthalmic technicians and increase their earnings through the training program with its new facilities and equipment in Quang Tri.

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Successful Giving Tuesday Campaign

1129givingtuesday795x232On Tuesday, November 29, GCSF participated for the first time in Giving Tuesday. The focus was our Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies program. Thanks to the generous contributions received, we can support more struggling families by providing midwives’ care, medicine, nutrition, vitamins, and other services. In 7 short years, the program has assisted over 10,000 individuals and now serves 50 villages on Inle Lake in Myanmar.

Global Community Service Foundation, working with local partners, envisions empowered communities in Viet Nam and Myanmar where all people lead dignified and productive lives . . . where healthcare is accessible . . . where all children are entitled to good quality education . . . and where all community members acquire necessary skills to gain decent and well-paid work or pursue self-employment to adequately support their families.