Established in 1927, because of war so Foundation should be moved to Hue, Da Nang, then Thu Duc – Ho Chi Minh City.
In 1997, started to take care of some children with disabilities at Nuoc Ngot.
Through many difficulties, thanks to the help of the Order, charitable organizations, and benefactors, Thua Thien Hue Province People’s Committee passed the report approved by the Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs of the Province, has been granted a formal license under the name of ” Nuoc Ngot Social Fund.” The Foundation is owned by the Congregation of the Daughters of the Immaculate Conception by the Order’s nuns who manage, cared and raised orphaned children, especially disadvantaged children, and counseling, care support at the facility as well as in the community.
The Nuoc Ngot Society Fund of the Congregation for the Daughter of the Immaculate Conception is a Catholic organization. Our organization is based on the values of the Gospel and the social teachings of the Church. We believe that each person is created by God in the image of God, which is God’s gift to the world, given by his unique abilities and talents and through which he expresses love. The unconditional love and mercy that God has given us through His beloved Son, Jesus Christ.
– Promoting dignity in people with disabilities and in the poor, both personally and socially.
– Improve the living conditions and psychophysical conditions of children and adolescents with disabilities, both in their families and in society.
A society in which the human rights and dignity of people with disabilities and the poor are uplifted, where they can participate in social and economic activities that can experience the immense love of God. God, can grow and mold their most fertile potential.
To advance love for life and the environment, including participation in social activities, through caring, education, training and support services for people with disabilities and the poor. ; And above all to develop where each person values love, concern, justice, peace, unity, sharing and respect.