Dieu and her sisters had a normal and happy family life until tragedy struck. When she was six years old, both of her parents died in a traffic accident. After living with their grandmother for a month, Dieu and one of her sisters were sent to the Social Welfare Center. Her oldest sister stayed at home to take care of their grandmother.

Dieu expresses gratitude for the nurturing care of the Center and for being given the opportunity to go to school as other children. “I always tried my best to study hard and learn as much as possible in the hope of overcoming my difficult situation and changing my destiny.” Indeed, her excellent college entrance exam scores enabled her to fulfill her dream of being accepted to Law school. Dieu is now in her first year of studies, but she needs help with her daily living expenses.

“My study hasn’t been too difficult. It is OK. Now, I live in a dorm at Da Lat City. Thanks to part-time jobs at a buffet restaurant and support of New Day it is still possible to afford its student life. In addition to studying and working part-time, I also participate in extracurricular programs at my university. It helped me to find more fun in student life. Every day after school, I interacted with some friends, learning something useful from them. We help each other in student life, confide and share the joys and sorrows. I feel adapted to the life and environment here. I will do my best.” – April, 2020

DISCLAIMER: We provide this information to give our sponsors and supporters a general idea of the challenges our children face. For prospective adoptive parents, this information is not intended to be a substitute for a complete and up-to-date referral packet from your adoption agency. Please keep in mind that in our communications, we always try to focus on a child's strengths, accomplishments, and positive developments, not in an attempt to gloss-over their often serious medical conditions, but in an effort to share a glimpse of their precious personalities.

receive regular updates about the children at New Day, medical needs and so much more...

select a New Day location
and subscribe TODAY!!

Beijing Foster Home

New Day North

New Day Vietnam

14 hours ago

New Day Charities
NDV: Welcome, Mai Nguyen Khanh Son!Baby Mai Nguyen Khanh Son was born with heart disease. His family is ethnic minority from South Vietnam. His father works as a rice dryer for hire. Khanh Son's surgery was successfully completed in early June 2024 and he is doing well now. We are very happy to have the opportunity to support this family and will continue supporting him for his post-op checkups. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

Meet Felicity!

Felicity was born on November 11, 2010 and entered New Day Charity’s project on January 10, 2019. She is a clever girl with a cute smile. Felicity has a neurological disorder, which affects her...

© 2017 All Rights Reserved
New Day Foster Home | Qingyundian Township - Daxing District | Beijing, P.R. China 102605
foster@newdaycreations.com | 86-10-8028-2124

en English Translation es Spanish Translation