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Mission Statement

To empower Vietnamese-Americans’ social adjustment, family stability, and self-sufficiency while nurturing community service and youth leaders.


Helping Link has been serving the Vietnamese-American immigrant community for twenty-five years. We provide English language, citizenship, and computer education classes for adults and seniors; job-site language training; information and referral services for our most vulnerable; and cultural events for the community. Our programs are offered in a bilingual context and in a supportive, family-friendly atmosphere.

Directly apply on our website here: https://www.helpinglink.org/volunteer-application-form/


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Would you recommend Helping Link?

by Paula Y. from Seattle, WA (July 15, 2010)
Helping Link is a one-of-a-kind agency that has reached out to Vietnamese immigrants and refugees in greater Seattle for 17 years. Children and adults learn how to succeed in the US, their new home, in essential and satisfying ways--language and computer skills; after school programs for school basics and art; field trips for all ages; simultaneously honoring Vietnamese culture and learning American cultures. Completely volunteer run except for the Exec. Dir--hardest working, most committed, miracle-worker on-budget leader/ founder imaginable. Located in "Little Saigon" in Seattle's International District. As a volunteer, I always feel valued and trusted to do real work that engages my experience/creativity. I see the difference HL makes in so many real-life, ways that go beyond surviving to thriving. Check it out.