Visit our Operations
~ Vietnam & Mongolia ~
Both our Operational Offices in Vietnam and Mongolia welcome visitors to come and see our work first hand. To minimise the impact on our hardworking staff and the children in our care, we ask that you make an appointment with the team of the country you are visiting.
Appointments can be made to visit our Sunshine Centre in Ho Chi Minh City or our Blue Skies Ger Village in Ulaanbataar Monday to Friday during normal business hours. Please complete the form below and we will be in contact with you to confirm the date and time.
Corporate Visits & Volunteering
Corporate Donors & Sponsors are welcome to organise a visit to our flagship projects in Vietnam and Mongolia as well as other specific projects that they are supporting.
Established in 2013, the CNCF Corporate Volunteer Programme provides vital support to our employees, and contributes to the high standard of care we provide to the children. Equally as important, the CNCF Corporate Volunteer Programme aims to promote public awareness, allowing a better understanding of the types of dangers, social issues, challenges and difficulties faced by the children in Vietnam, in addition to the numerous child/family services managed by CNCF to alleviate these difficulties, offer support and to provide care and opportunities.
Corporate Volunteer activities can be organised for small groups in a range of our Healthcare, Community Development, Sports, Arts and Music Programmes. Please contact us to discuss some options.
The objective of the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation School Visits Programme is to help students learn the importance of service to others, acquaint International Schools with the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation, provide the opportunity for cultural integration and promote awareness of projects undertaken by the Foundation.
It also aims to promote an understanding of the types of issues and difficulties that are faced by the children of Vietnam and Mongolia as well as the services offered by CNCF to help alleviate these difficulties.
Equally as important, the School Visit Programme provides visiting students with the opportunity of spending quality time with the children within a structured yet informal environment. The programme benefits children in CNCF projects by giving them cross-cultural interaction and providing an opportunity for them to practice speaking English.