Donations to WLP can also be made by check sent to: War Legacies Project 144 Lower Bartonsville Rd. Chester, VT 05143
Please note on the memo line if you have specific requests for the donation such as to the Bob Feldman Memorial Fund, The Chris Jenkins Memorial Fund, General Support, or for one of our Projects listed below.
WLP is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations made to WLP are tax-deductible. If you would like a copy of WLP's tax-exempt letter please contact Susan at email@example.com. Our Tax ID Number is 26-1947398.
War Legacies Project is able to keep its operating costs low by partnering with local Vietnamese and Lao organizations to implement our programs. We still have general operating costs that must be met in order to enable our staff to focus on programs for our beneficiaries.
The Fund provides support to children with disabilities and their families. Support is in the form of medical care, income generation, housing repairs, scholarships and/or adaptive equipment.
The survey in Laos is part of our research efforts to determine the extent of Agent Orange contamination in Laos and the human health impacts. So far, the survey has assisted more than 400 children and young adults with serious congenital birth defects by providing medical, educational and vocational assistance.
War Legacies Project is conducting interviews with Lao citizens from all sides of the conflict who will share memories of pre-war, wartime and post-war Laos. Our goal is to archive these stories and other official records in the U.S. as well as in Laos.
Millions tons of bombs, mines and unexploded ordnance (UXO) still lie beneath the ground over nearly 20 percent of Viet Nam. Many who come into contact with these explosive remnants of war suffer the loss of limbs and sometimes more. Your support provides access for many to affordable prosthesis.
War Legacies Project trains staff at the Samoi District Hospital to dispense epilepsy medications and monitor the condition. We also provide medical support and medication to the more than 40 people living with epilepsy, Your support can help us continue our life-changing work.
War Legacies Project finances life-saving or life-changing surgery for children and young adults living with congenital heart defects, club foot, cleft palate and other birth defects. Your support can also provide prosthesis, wheelchairs and other adaptive equipment.
Help increase a families annual income by supporting our livelihood program. Assistance can be in the form of animal husbandry, of support to establish or expand a small home-based business, or of vocational training.
War Legacies Project provides educational scholarships and other materials and bikes for transportation from and to school for children with siblings living with a disability. We also operate the Nam Dong Early Intervention center and work with university-enrolled students.
Working in collaboration with forester Phung Tuu Boi, War Legacies Project helps villagers in the Dong Son Commune, in Thua Thien Hue Province, Viet Nam to restore biodiversity and increase their income by planting trees, rattan and other forest products.