The War Legacies Project is able to conduct our programs primarily due to the generous support of individual donors. However, we would not be able to operate without the on-going support of the Chino Cienega Foundation. CCF has been a generous donor since our beginning and its board members are trusted advisors. Their annual grant helps cover much, though not all, of WLP's operating expenses. As a result the majority of the funds donated by individuals go directly to program expenses.
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War Legacies Project is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible as allowable by the IRS. If you would like a copy of our tax-exempt letter, please contact Susan at email@example.com. Our Tax ID Number is 26-1947398.
We keep operating costs low by partnering with local Vietnamese and Lao organizations, but still have general operating costs that must be met. General support donations also enable us to use the funds where they are needed most.
The survey is producing a systematic recording of the extent of Agent Orange contamination in Laos and its human health impacts by identifying and helping those in need.
We provide affordable prosthesis for those who come into contact with the millions of tons of Explosive Remnants of War and suffer the loss of limbs or more.
We finance life-saving or life-changing surgery for children and young adults living with congenital heart defects, club foot, cleft palate and other birth defects.
We help increase a families annual income by providing animal husbandry, home renovations, business consultation or vocational training and more.
The Fund supports children with disabilities and their families. by providing medical care, income generation, housing repairs, scholarships and/or adaptive equipment.
We are conducting interviews with Lao citizens who will share memories of pre-war, wartime and post-war Laos. Our goal is to archive these stories, official records and more.
We train staff at the Samoi District Hospital to dispense epilepsy medications and monitor patients. We have supported more than 40 people living with epilepsy.
We provide educational scholarships and other materials and bikes for children. We also operate the Nam Dong Early Intervention center and work with university students.
Working with forester Phung Tuu Boi, we help villagers in the Dong Son Commune, in Viet Nam, restore biodiversity so that they may also increase their income.