About Hue Help
Hue Help was established in July 2006, and registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales in December 2006. Hue Help was founded as a cooperation between American and British students and Vietnamese NGO professionals. We observed that a small amount of money could go a long way in addressing the many unmet health, education and safety needs of the city’s poor children, in particular at its nine major orphanages. Since our founding, we have grown in size and capacity, hiring full time Vietnamese staff and operating numerous programmes throughout the Thua Thien Hue province designed to improve the quality of life of disadvantaged children.
We want local people to be the driving force behind our operations in Vietnam. We employ local professionals and use participatory methods to ensure the people our work helps are at the heart of our programme development.
We are a completely non-profit, non-political and non-religious organisation. We rely on the generous support of our donors to ensure that we can continue to make a difference to the lives of children in Hue.
Hue Help will provide a range of continuously improving programmes and projects to benefit disadvantaged people in central Vietnam, with a particular focus on long term health improvements and education opportunities for children.
Hue Help is registered in England and Wales under the charity number 1117116.
Hue Help is registered with PACCOM in Vietnam, with the permit code AU 448/UB-HD
Where we are
46 Garnet Street
Tel: (+44) 01273 251 016
NOTE: Please be aware that this is our registered address in the UK but is not an active office.
140 Ta Quang Buu Street
Tel: (+84) 054 501 936
Our Hue Helpers
We have a diverse team working for us in Vietnam and the UK, fulfilling a number of important roles.
Board of Directors
Graham Buckley – Director
Joshua Zukas – Vice Director
Vietnam office-based team
Anh Nguyen Nguyet – Representative in Vietnam
Nghi – Office Assistant
Barrister M. H. Baig
We work with a variety of local partners in Vietnam to reach our objectives. All of our programmes are operated in partnership. Sometimes these partners are local government institutions, and sometimes they are local NGOs or businesses. We also have a number of international partnerships.