“Nothing in life should be taken for granted and when we are doing well, so should we give something back to society.” (Isabelle Müller)
Based on this thought, the long-lasting Project No. 35 called “∞ Love for the homeland” was born on January, 2021 (the sign “∞” means “Infinite“).
Up to 2021, the very symbolic project “∞ Love for the homeland” should incite all citizens of Vietnamese descent living in Germany to donate at least € 1,00 to the LOAN Stiftung and to share it with their friends. This donation counts as a sign of gratitude for having found a new or second homeland in Germany, where they are able to live better lives than the poorest children of Vietnam, and of course as a sign of solidarity to the land of their roots.
Each donor will be mentioned by name here below (if you do not want to be mentioned, please let us know when donating).
In memory of her mother Đậu Thị Cúc (1929-2003), a girl that named herself “Loan“ and that was not allowed to go to school in Vietnam because of her origin and her gender, it remains a big concern for the Eurasian Founder of the Foundation, Mrs. Isabelle Müller, to support ethnic minority children of the poorest Vietnamese regions and give them better conditions of living and learning, i.a. with construction projects.
As always, all administration costs will be paid by Mrs. Isabelle Müller personally, so that each donation will be used to 100%, without any deduction, for the charity projects.
We do hope that Project No. 35 “∞ Love for the homeland” will get popular in Germany and we thank you for your support in this matter!:)
Donation Bank Account of LOAN Stiftung:
Keyword “Project No. 35 – ∞ Love for the homeland”
Sparkasse Pforzheim Calw
IBAN: DE24 6665 0085 0008 9550 00
Following persons donated for the Project No. 35 “∞ Love for the homeland”:
Anonyme Sponsoren, Daniel Diwiki, Simone Fischer, Ha Ho, Hoa Thai, Huong Tran Thi Thu, Kim Nguyen, Alina Kunz, Lan TSeifert, Lien Huong Nguyen, Ngoc Thang Nguyen, Nhung Duong, Nhung Rose Nguyen, Ilias Pavlidis, Quang Hung Bui, Quang Vuong Minh, Nikica Radic, Felix Rust, Jasmin Schmidt, Sabine Schwandtner, Boris Slatina, Thanh Nhat Vu, Thi Hang Nga Nghiem, Thi Ngoc An Nguyen Pham, Truong Hong Quang