From: Huy Le
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 6:25 PM
Hi Father Martino,
Thank you for touching my heart and opening up eyes to the injustice experienced by those girls. Do you have an office in Australia ? I would like to be a volunteer and do whatever it take to STOP the abuse and monstrosity done to those innocent girls.
From: Maria Huynh
Date: March 8, 2013, 6:57:46 AM PST
Subject: My Humanities Project on Human Trafficking
Dear Father Martino,
My name is Maria and I am a senior at Shakopee High School in Minnesota. I am working on a project revolving around the topic of passion for my humanities class, and being inspired by you, I chose to do mine on the question of "what is sex trafficking and what can we do to stop it?"
From: "Huy C. Nguyen"
Date: March 1, 2013, 4:47:14 PM EST
Dear Fr. Thong,
I am a college student at UCLA. I watched your video on "Heart to Heart" and your stories really touched me and inspired me to do something about this. I would really appreciate it if you could tell me what I can do to help. I am willing to organize big projects on my college campus to assist you with this issue. I am also going back to Vietnam this summer for a volunteer program, and I am willing to organize projects, fundraising, etc. to help you and these poor kids. You tell me what to do- I'll do it Father!
Sincerely in Christ,
Huy C. Nguyen
From: Anna Tran
Date: February 12, 2013, 8:21:38 AM EST
Subject: Be A Voice
Hello Cha Thong,
I have listened to many of your workshops at VYC and Ngay Thanh Mau, and everytime I want to join you and Be A Voice. It was always my passion to help people, especially children. I am a teacher currently in Korea teaching English, and will visit Vietnam soon. I was wondering is there any volunteer or help I can do. I have many of your t-shirts, but would love to help out more while in Vietnam and in the future.
Hi, My name is Khloe (Khanh) Tran. After I heard about one body village, I kept thinking about it and finally, I decided to do something about it . that's why I'm writing this message. I would love to be a part of this organization and doing anything I can to help. I have been supporting an organization of Mrs. Somaly Mam in Cambodia.
Anyways, I will take a vacation trip back to Vietnam this summer and I wonder whether I can stop by to visit you guys in Viet nam? On top of that, I would love to able to do something to help while I'm there.
Date: February 6, 2013, 4:41:30 AM
To: "'Khanh Tran'"
This is cha Thong – Thank you for contacting us – Chi Kristine Sa will be helping you out with many things you can do for the kids.
I will be leading a mission trip May 20 to May 30 of this year – You want to Join us – Plus – you can do more after you went on missions.
Father Martino Nguyễn Bá Thông
St. Mary Catholic Church
332 S Lee St.
Amercicus, GA 31709
From: Hoang-Vy Nguyen
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2012 8:53 PM
To: Father Martino
Con xin chao Cha,
My name is Vy Nguyen and im 18 years old. I'm from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Last weekend was my first time attended Marian days and I was very honored to get to be in two of your preaches. It was also my first time hearing about child sex slavery, and you have changed me.
We got this picture and the following message from a 14 year old young man! Thank you for being a voice!!!!!! You who read this can be a voice too! OBV will have this picture printed on T-shirt! If you have a good one - .. sent us!!! or design one!
On the eve of Chicago May 20th event, we want to share with you this email from One of our Many organizers! She is a young professional – Neither OBV or Fr. Martino ever met her! But her heart is there for OBV’s Children! We are bless to have the people like her! The event ticket sold out in two weeks! 600 tickets!!! We will share with you more after the event – Pray for us and our children!
Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Good morning Cha Thong,
My name is Huong Dao, and I am a 17 year old from Lafayette, Louisiana. I am a Junior who aspires to become a Pharmacist or an Anesthesiologist when I get out of high school. I first knew about One Body Village when I went to Marian Days in 2010 when Cha Thong (AKA Fr. Martino) talked about Sex/Suong and about Human trafficking.
Conference room of the course "Communicate to get success" at Tay Do University
Hello Uncle Thinh!
How are you? You probably don’t remember me because we have met only two times. It’s okay if you couldn’t and I won’t be offended because everyone’s memory has a limit, right? I can only blame myself for not leaving a better impression on you so you could remember me.
From: Ainmee Nguyen
Subject: Volunteer Questions and Mission Fund
I have written to Cha Thong recently, but I'm afraid he is busy with his mission in Vietnam so I'll just forward my message to you in case he could not answer me.