San Se (Share), Inc. is designed as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization to raise funds for charitable organizations serving the needs of vulnerable and exploited peoples throughout the world. Originally set up in 2008 to support Wildflower Home Foundation in Chiang Mai, Thailand, its support has since extended to organizations in Vietnam who help others to improve the quality of life for future generations. Our funding priorities include projects which serve women and children and build individual and community self-sufficiency. It is at the discretion of the Board of Directors as to which projects will be funded.
San Se, (Share), Inc. supports the following projects:
Wildflower Home Foundation in Chiang Mai, Thailand provides safe shelter, education, health, and other services to young single mothers who are either pregnant or have very young children with the aim of helping them achieve self sufficiency. This target population faces many forms of discrimination and disempowerment due to their status as women, as poor, as pregnant out-or-wedlock, and for many, as indigenous people. They are often socially stigmatized and economically challenged, and those from indigenous communities face additional discrimination and violations of their human rights. By supporting them during a particularly vulnerable time in their lives and providing tools to help them achieve self-sufficiency, Wildflower Home increases these women’s opportunities to receive fair employment, protects them from medical risks, and increases their chances to compete in a society that discriminates against indigenous peoples.
To learn more about Wildflower Home Foundation, go to http://www.wildflowerhome.net/.
Hong Tam is a school for street children in Vietnam. These children live with single parents, relatives or neighbors who have taken them in. They are not able to attend public schools because they are either not able to afford it or do not have legal documents to attend. The majority of them must leave school in the afternoon to work, typically selling lottery tickets or shining shoes, to be able to eat and survive. Hong Tan provides an education for these children, tutoring to those who are mentally below others their same age, three meals a day as needed, and a shelter for several of the children who have nowhere else to go.
Ca Mau Outreach: Under the guidance of Reverend Pio Ngo P. Hau, San Se offers financial support to the handicapped and those needing medical care in Camau Vietnam. Many people in this rural area are too poor to pay the high costs of medical treatments and do not receive support from the government. Fr. Pio has offered a wide range of services to the poor of his area, including help putting up housing, food assistance, emotional support, etc.