VAUK (Vietnamese Association in the United Kingdom) always welcomes everyone to participate and contribute to the development of the Vietnamese community in the United Kingdom.
At VAUK, we believe that community solidarity can bring about positive changes. When you become a member of ours, you are not just a part of the community but also enjoy many great benefits. The benefits of becoming a member at VAUK include:
Participate in Unique Events
Priority access to unique events and innovative educational activities, helping to broaden knowledge and connect with like-minded individuals.
Receive Exclusive Information
Receive privileged updates on upcoming projects and events ahead of the community, helping you stay connected with new opportunities.
Expanded Networking
Connect with influential members, share experiences, and explore new collaboration opportunities in both personal and business environments.
Special Offers for Members
Enjoy special offers and discounts for VAUK services, events, and products.
1£ per year
Membership fees may be adjusted as necessary, and must be agreed upon by the Executive Committee and approved by a majority (> 51%) of the Members at the General Assembly. Membership and membership fees are not transferable.
Individuals with Vietnamese nationality, or of Vietnamese origin, or having a relationship with Vietnamese people (spouse, children, etc.) living, working, and studying in the United Kingdom, who support the purposes and missions of the Association, and are willing to participate in the activities of the Association, can become members of the Vietnamese Community in the UK.
Charities and philanthropic organizations run by Vietnamese individuals operating in the United Kingdom, desiring to promote solidarity, mutual support, and assistance to the community, with a focus on their homeland, can also become members of the Association.
To become a member of the Association, individuals or organizations mentioned above must register using the Association’s application form and be approved by the Chairman or those delegated by the Chairman in the Executive Committee. The Chairman has the right to reject the membership application and must provide a written explanation for the refusal.
The Executive Committee of the Association has the right to store the personal information of its members for the purpose of management and activities of the Association.
To start contributing or donating, please visit the website for more details and follow the instructions. Your contributions will be a significant motivation for us to continue this meaningful work. Thank you for accompanying VAUK on this journey!
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