In addition to the Lawrence S. Ting scholarship program, we have continuously partnered with mass organizations and others, such as the Vietnam Association for Promoting Education, Cathay United Bank-Elevated Tree Program in Vietnam, the National Fund For Vietnamese Children (quỹ bảo trợ trẻ em việt nam), Ho Chi Minh City Association of Sponsoring the Disabled and Orphans (Hội bảo trợ người tàn tật và trẻ mồ côi TP) in order to support these impoverished students in continuing their education. Since 2006, 112,153 scholarships have been awarded, equivalent to the amount USD 3,857,875 (Up to December 2020).
'' Xiao Yang's (anonymous) parents are both suffering from disease. Although they are in trouble, they still maintain an optimistic and cheerful personality. They not only excel in their academic performance but are also an indispensable helper at home; Xiao Yang's family’s main source of income comes from his father’s meager salary. Even though the family’s economic situation is very difficult, he still strives to achieve excellent academic performances. His spirit of perseverance is moving.
Another beneficiary, Xiao Cao’s (anonymous) father unfortunately passed away in 2011. His family lost was forced to rely only on his mother's salary to support themselves. He did not expect his mother to pass away in a traffic accident on her way to work. Throughout his childhood, his parents cared for and guided his growth and in quick succession he lost them both. Xiaocao never gave up on himself, strove to overcome even more obstacles, and insisted on going to school and excelled. ’’