TROY Vietnam Alumni Chapter volunteers at orphanage

Members of the Troy University Alumni Chapter volunteering at Saint An’s Orphanage located in Bui Chu, Nam Dinh City.

Members of the Troy University Alumni Chapter volunteering at Saint An’s Orphanage located in Bui Chu, Nam Dinh City.

Troy University alumni continue to make positive impacts on their communities all around the world.

Members of the TROY Vietnam Alumni Chapter recently spent time volunteering at Saint An’s Orphanage located in Bui Chu, Nam Dinh City. The group delivered gifts of rice, snacks and children’s books to the nearly 100 orphans, many of whom have disabilities, who call Saint An’s home.

The team was joined by Sorrell College of Business Professor Dr. Joe Teng, who serves as Assistant Dean for International Community Engagement.

TROY has an active community of alumni in Vietnam thanks to its partnerships with local universities in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Last year, about 140 students received degrees from TROY in Vietnam.

The Vietnam Alumni Chapter was founded in 2015 with more than 100 members, and the members are no strangers to community outreach. Since founding, the group has been actively involved in service projects, including providing school supplies and textbooks to a local elementary school, and funding scholarships for students in need.

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