Giving Matters

Dear successful individuals who have benefited from study abroad,

Dear responsible employers,

Dear all philanthropists,

Did you know that Vietnam is ranked in the top ten of the World Math Competition but 167th in the world's GDP?

USPASSS was formed as a non-profit organization for the mission to help close the gap in Vietnam by helping the next generations. We use our resources to help talented students get a top notch education in the US. And by helping them expand their horizons, we help them to excel in life, to bridge the gap between Vietnam and the world and start a virtuous cycle that raises the potential for generations to come.

With thousands of deserving students ready to jump start their lives, we are unable to help everyone. Therefore, your donation really matters. Please join us to support these world-leaders-to-be.

Your generous contribution will:

    • Allow qualified students to realize their dream to study in the US
    • Facilitate students to unlock their full potential
    • Encourage students to become world citizens
    • Help students to promote Vietnam's culture throughout the world
    • Improve the quality of Vietnam's future workforce
    • Leave a legacy for the next generation

We have a number of donation options: you can contribute to the USPASSS Fund or work with us to create an Endowment in your name. Please see more specific information on the Donation Options page.

For additional information about donation opportunities, please contact us at donate (at) uspasss (dot) org, or at +1 (214) 937 9586.

Thank you for your kind support.

USPASSS Office for Donations

Please note that USPASSS is organized as a non-profit in the State of Texas and we are applying for 501(c)(3) status. If you want your donation to be tax deductible by US law, but would like to help talented students right now, you can send us a letter of Intention to Donate. We will inform you once we have been granted the 501(c)(3) status by the IRS.

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