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Bank Account Holder Name - This should be your name.
Your Bank Account Number - This is the number of your bank account.
Bank City - The City where your bank is located.
Bank Full Name - The full name of your bank.

Check Payment

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Send the check to the next Address:

51 Sherbrooke W., Montreal, QC. Canada, H5Z 4T9.

(Please mention in the check for which cause you donate).


Lê Hùng Thịnh is a 17-year-old Vietnamese student with a big dream: to become a graphic designer. Despite facing disability challenges, which his family and neighbors believe are the result of Agent Orange used during the American war, Thịnh has tried to keep up with his peers in school.  He recently finished the 11th grade. However, his aspirations extend beyond graduation. He wants to build a career that allows him to support himself and ease the burden on his family.

Thịnh’s father suffers from a disability linked to family history (his grandfather’s exposure to Agent Orange in 1968), and his mother works tirelessly as the family’s only breadwinner. His older brother, who was born in 2002, is on track to become a teacher in two years.  Thịnh, however, desires a different path, taking into account his health conditions. He sees graphic design as a field where his creativity and determination can shine.

The Missing Piece:

One important piece of equipment stands between Thịnh and his dream: a laptop. This computer would be Thịnh’s gateway to learning design software, honing his skills, researching trends, and ultimately, turning his dreams into a successful career. His own laptop would bridge the gap between Thịnh’s potential and his aspirations.

This laptop idea is an item that has not been included in any RENEW budget line. It was suggested by several RENEW staff, discussing Thịnh’s needs, who agreed to chip in their own pocket money and ask others to contribute small change. They have now collected 2.3 million VNĐ (about $92 USD) toward the purchase price, itemized below.

Item Quantity Amount  (USD)
Laptop  MSI 15 B7M Ryen 7 16GB/512GB ( Black)
– Win 11. 15.6 inch, Full HD
– CPU: AMD Ryen 7, 2.00 GHz
– Card, AMD Graphics
– 1.75kg
Bluetooth Headphone HAVIT i62 Bluetooth 5.0120
Wacom Intuos, Small Bluetooth – Black (CTL-4100WL/K0-CX)
– 200 x 160 x 8,8 mm and 250g. – Wacom Pen 4K (LP-1100K).
– Li-ion battery
– Using a micro USB connection, with a 1.5-meter-long cable made from environmentally friendly, non-PVC rubber material.
– Bluetooth connection
Wifi subscription 1 (year)192
TOTAL 1,170

Your help:

Our RENEW team is asking you to join us and contribute the balance needed, about $1,078, to help Thịnh get the laptop and components,  the tools he needs to launch his graphic design journey. Your donation, no matter the size, will empower a determined young man to achieve his goals and build a brighter future for himself and his family.

How to donate

Looking to help Thịnh? Project RENEW offers two ways to donate:

Bank Transfer

Support Project RENEW’s mission directly by transferring funds to our account. Here are the details:

  • Beneficiary: Project RENEW
  • Bank: Bank for Investment and Development of Viet Nam, Quang Tri Branch
  • Address: 24 Hung Vuong Street, Dong Ha City, Quang Tri Province, Vietnam
  • Account Numbers:
    • EUR: 540.
    • USD: 540.

Important: In the transfer memo, write “For Thinh’s laptop” to ensure your donation goes towards this specific need.

Online Donation (via PayPal)

Hold your phone’s camera over the following QR code:

Together, let’s help Thịnh design his future!

We at Project RENEW are incredibly grateful for your generous donation. Your contribution will directly support our mission of improving the quality of life for disabled families. To ensure you receive proper recognition for your support, we will be sending you a letter of acknowledgment shortly, following confirmation from our bank. This letter can be used for tax purposes if applicable. Thank you again for making a difference!