Top 10 Youth NGOs You Should Join

You want to try your hand at being a volunteer or enjoy an environment to experience the real thing. Joining one of the NGOs below will help you broaden your horizons and gain more experience.



AIESEC (Association Internationale des Étudiants en Sciences Économiques commercials) is a non-profit international volunteer organization run by young people studying at University, Graduate School, or who just graduated a few years. Established in 1948, AIESEC has promoted cultural exchange, helping young people discover and develop leadership abilities worldwide. In addition, AIESEC also supports businesses to have the opportunity to access potential human resources in the country and around the world.


Volunteers for Peace Vietnam (VPV)

Volunteers for Peace Vietnam – VPV is an international volunteer organization operating on a non-profit basis to encourage volunteer activities to become a form of non-formal education. It strengthens understanding and friendship among the world's peoples, solves global social problems, and approaches the Millennium Development Goals. One of VPV's goals is to develop an active, enthusiastic, and community-oriented young Vietnamese generation, and VPV Club was established under the auspices of VPV to accomplish that goal. VPV Club is a place for students to experience volunteer activities, develop themselves, and benefit the community. 

  • Office in the North:

- Address: No. 72, Pham Than Duat Street, Cau Giay District, Ha Noi, Vietnam. 

- Hotline: +84 24 3765 2719 

- Email:

  • Office in the South

- Address: 63 Số 23, Tân Quy, Quận 7, Hồ Chí Minh 

- Hotline+84 91 256 73 97 

- Email:

HOPE Volunteer Club 

With the slogan "Care - love - share," Volunteer Hope hopes that the young people participating in the club will do their best to help disabled, orphaned, wandering, and challenging children dispel their guilt, have the will, the energy to rise up in life. Since then, Children have had faith in life and integrate into the community. 


- HCM: 0397507746 - meet Phuong 

- Lao Cai: 0916366826 - meet Hoang 

- Da Nang: 0372174343 - meet Vu 

Hà Nội Đủ 

"Hà Nội Đủ" with the slogan "one bowl of rice, one smile" is a volunteer work and community development project established in mid-2013. Young people's joint effort is to distribute leftovers from restaurants and hotels to the poor, homeless, and unfortunate and unlucky people around Hanoi.

Vietnamese Dream Volunteers - GMVN

Vietnamese Dream Volunteers (GMVN) is a volunteer organization that aims to raise the awareness and community responsibility of the young Vietnamese generation. GMVN creates exchanges and connections between domestic and international young people through volunteer projects. GMVN's mission is to contribute to the comprehensive development of Vietnamese children by organizing the implementation of educational projects aimed at Vietnamese children, impoverished and disadvantaged children in rugged, remote areas. Through these activities, GMVN wants to promote an image of a peaceful, developed, and progressive Vietnam. 


Seal-Net was established in 2004 at Stanford University in the United States to promote the leadership of Southeast Asian communities in the US and abroad. The organization builds up a team of volunteers willing to challenge and dedicate themselves to society worldwide. In 2015, in Vietnam, Seal-Net implemented two projects in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi in August. 

Solidarités Jeunesses Vietnam (SJ Vietnam) 

Established in 2004, SJ Vietnam is an independent volunteer organization under SJ France - a member of CCVIS (UNESCO). The organization has attracted more than 500 international volunteers and 3.256 Vietnamese volunteers. The organization encourages young citizens to participate in social and community activities, strengthen solidarity, peace and eliminate language barriers between ethnic groups. 

Operation Smile 

Operation Smile is an international medical project. The organization was established to provide free medical support to children and adults with cleft lip and palate. Operation Smile also supports free dental surgery for thousands of needy children every year in Vietnam. Operation Smile has many projects and diverse volunteer opportunities for students, such as office work, fundraising, promotion, graphic design, writing, photography, etc. 

VietAbroader Organization

VietAbroader is a non-profit organization founded by international students in the United States in 2003. The organization leads Vietnamese students to achieve their dream of studying in the United States. In the past 10 years, VietAbroader has organized a series of events such as torch-passing study abroad seminars, economic seminars, career seminars... 

Volunteers for Education - V.E.O

Volunteers for Education (V.E.O) is a non-profit organization that supports education in Vietnam. Through educational programs, the organization aims to raise funds to help upland children, disadvantaged groups, and less fortunate people in the territory of Vietnam. Volunteers for Education connects volunteers' learning and working opportunities worldwide and develops a community for social benefit. 


  • Address:

- Hanoi: Complex 01, No. 29, alley 31, lane 167, Tay Son, Hanoi City.

- Ho Chi Minh: UP-Coworking Space BKHCM, 268 Ly Thuong Kiet, District 10.

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