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EMPOWERING AT-RISK AND DISADVANTAGED YOUTH IN VIETNAM.
KOTO is a non profit social enterprise.

We provide positive, permanent change for at-risk and disadvantaged youth in a 2 year hospitality training programme that incorporates both vocation training and life skills.

Graduates receive an internationally recognised accreditation from Australia’s Box Hill Institute and go on to lead long and rewarding careers in the hospitality industry.

But KOTO couldn’t do it without supporters like you.
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GET INVOLVED

KOTO wouldn't be able to offer hospitality training to impoverished youth without vital funding and partnerships. There are a number of ways you can support our mission...

Are you starting an F&B venture in Vietnam?

 

KOTO is always looking for social investors to partner with. You can benefit from our expertise to bring your social start-up to fruition.

A regular contribution of $150 will dramatically change the future of an at-risk child.

 

Your investment will provide education, healthcare, food and shelter. Basic human rights that these children don't currently have.

Volunteers are invaluable assets to our success.

 

Do you have free time and a desire to positively impact the lives of others? Your skills and compassion won't go to waste with us!

You too can help to break the poverty cycle.
 

MEET our ALUMNI 

Thao, Class 1

At 13, Thao was subjected to work enduring days selling postcards 7 days a week. She earnt just enough money for food and other basic living expenses.

Read how KOTO impacted Thao's life...

Truong, Class 9

Truong was forced to leave school at 16. His father was sick which meant Truong was left to provide financial support to his family.
 
However, all Truong really wanted was a bicycle...

Nga, Class 3

Nga dropped out of high school at the age of 13 to work full time as a candle maker. Her father had disappeared years before, and she was left alone with her mother to get by as best they could. 

Find out how far Nga has come since then

 

 
 

OUR PARTNERS