Building English-Speaking Community in Hanoi
VCV is a Social Enterprise based in Hanoi, Vietnam that recruits volunteers for NO FEE; providing FREE accommodation, FREE Meals everyday, visa assistance…trips & events, social experiences and activities.
In exchange we ask for fun and energized volunteers to teach English for around 5hrs per day.
We operate like a family; your experience is as important to us as the children we are trying to help!
VCV Centre is based in one of the outer districts of central Hanoi. A direct route to the main heart of the city by road & an easily accessible 30 minute bus journey.
This Centre has great local amenities with a minimart, cafes & restaurants right next to the apartment building. Supermarkets and other retail outlets, gym & fitness locations within walking distance.
We provide Dorm Room style accommodation each with a W/C & a maximum of 4 people per room. We have full daily services; blanket, pillows, laundry, cleaning, Wi-Fi, T.V, living area etc.
Teaching at this Centre is usually conducted in the Mornings and Evenings located at VCV Centre (Low/Free lessons for underprivileged) and at a local English Centre that assists the local community (low student fee).
What we at VCV will provide:
- An individual bed in a shared room
- Access to shared bathroom
- Wi-Fi, Laundry, Rest Area, Blanket & Pillows
- We can help with Visa assistance
- We will pick you up from the airport
- We provide an official volunteer Certificate
- A letter of recommendation can be provided
- Day trips with us will be with our students as guides
- Assisting you with lessons & teaching
VCV is welcoming and enjoy helping Volunteers anytime in our volunteer home. Here is a team of VCV Vietnam.
Hayley Luyen- Founder
The original founder of VCV, Ms. Hay had the vision and desire to change, inspire & create a better future for the youth of Vietnam. Launching in 2014 she has been the leader of VCV and is as passionate and inspired as ever. Ms. Hay loves to travel!
Richard Lancaster- Operations Director
One of the first ever volunteers to join VCV, Mr. Richard had the same desire to change & inspire. A lasting friendship with VCV and Vietnam, Mr. Richard returned to live in Vietnam in 2016. Inspired to help grow VCV and their activities. Mr. Richard loves permaculture!
Lili Lancaster -Facilities Director
First seeing VCV’s activities in 2016, Ms. Lili understood the vision and goals of VCV. She could also see how she could help VCV with facilities management and bring the activities to a larger community throughout Vietnam. Ms. Lili loves food!
Addition, our students will become your tour guide. You will have lots of meaningful time to meet many amazing people, discovering Vietnamese culture, traditions all whilst sampling traditional Vietnamese foods. This will be a great chance for you to integrate into local people’s lives and traditions.