Mission Statement: VAC-GA “Reflecting Back & Moving Forward.”


Vietnamese American Community of Georgia (VAC-GA) is a non-profit organization formed in 1994. This organization strives to help Vietnamese Americans build a close-knit community, to retain cultural traditions and to educate youth about Vietnamese customs.


In 1994, the Vietnamese American Community of Georgia was officially established to represent all Vietnamese-Americans in the State of Georgia, VAC-GA works to organize and promote various programs throughout the year. The purpose of these programs is to share with the community at large the Vietnamese culture and heritage.

History”


In 1975, after the fall of Saigon, thousands of Vietnamese refugees immigrated to the United States, fleeing from the religious and political oppression of the communist regime. Today, there are more than 90,000 Vietnamese-Americans living in the State of Georgia. Since our arrival, we have been an active part of the community. We own businesses, work in manufacturing and high tech industries, attend local schools, have raised families, and are productive citizens in the State of Georgia.


In 1994, the Vietnamese American Community of Georgia was officially established to represent all Vietnamese-Americans in the State of Georgia, VAC-GA works to organize and promote various programs throughout the year. The purpose of these programs is to share with the community at large the Vietnamese culture and heritage.


The biggest event that is held each year is “Tet-The Vietnamese New Year Festival,” where the community comes together to celebrate the Lunar New Year. Tet in Atlanta, Georgia is a fun and festive event for both young and old. Our programs continue to grow in popularity; each year it attracts an increasing number of attendances from both the Vietnamese Community and the public at large.


We encourage you to join us either as a member or as sponsor. VAC-GA needs your support in order to achieve our goals and to continue our mission. “Reflecting Back and Moving Forward.”




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