Lasallian schools, from kinder through graduate levels, help build a sustainable infrastructure within developing countries.
Abandoned, marginalized, and neglected children receive an education and residential care at dozens of sites around the world, including St. Joseph's Boys' Village in India.
San Miguel schools in the USA and other special charter schools around the world ensure that aspiring minds are not neglected.
Lasallian schools in Ethiopia -- and in over 80 other countries -- provide an empowering future to impoverished students.
We provide quality training for nurses, doctors, lawyers, engineers and other professionals to expertly solve new challenges around the world.
La Salle International Foundation is a USA based development organization which supports a global educational, health and human service network of the De La Salle Brothers. In critical times, it also provides emergency support for humanitarian relief projects around the world.
We partner with donors to help fund a variety of formative educational opportunities in 82 countries of the world. We sponsor formal classrooms, non-traditional experimental programs, and everything in-between.
Our talent is building human capacity through quality education and values-based instruction. We do this through a remarkably dedicated, enthusiastic and compassionate staff that is devoted to the service of others.
Question: How do talented teachers and students help Syrian refugees? Answer: By offering what they have — a quality education. Concerned about the evolving migrant/refugee crisis in the world (principally from Syria) and as prescribed by decisions made at the De La Salle … Continue reading
Lasan Tan Hung, a school also known as the School for the Poor and the School of Love, is located in a poor section of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam. It serves 140 elementary aged students from difficult backgrounds whose circumstances prevent … Continue reading