How your Donation to a VAB Program Will Help
  • $4,500 a year supports 5-year sustainable Quality Education Program under Basic VAB Model plus vocational training for one school. Vocational training for skills include: dress-making; electronics, plumbing and electrical work.
  • $3000 a year supports 5-year Quality Education Program under Basic VAB Model for one school. Basic Model includes well tested specific activities to empower Students, Teachers, School, and Community Linkage to achieve quality with sustainability.
  • $2,500 Endows a science lab, complete with equipment, signs / books OR a computer lab with four computers and accessories.
  • $1,500 Furnishing books for a school library.
  • $1,000 Provides 20 high school scholarships for a year covering tuition & fees, supplies and other associated activities including: Co-curricular Performance Award, Headmaster Seminar and Teachers Workshop, Parents-Teachers Meeting and Education Fair
  • $500 buys one computer.
  • $150 Sends one student to college for a year, providing tuition and all other fees, books and supplies.

Donate By Mail
Your check made out to “Volunteers Association for Bangladesh” or “VAB” may be sent to the following address:

P.O. Box 234
Irvington, New York 10533
Phone: 914-231-7972
Your tax-exempt receipt will be mailed in due time.
IRS Tax Exempt ID: 13-4034550

Donate By Wire Transfer
Your donation may be made through a bank wire transfer. We will mail you a receipt after receiving the wire. Please contact VAB Treasurer for Account Information for your wire at: or Tel: 1-718-358-4617.

Donate Through Employer Matching And United Way
Persons contributing to the United Way through their employer may designate VAB as the beneficiary of their contribution. Contact your employer for the procedure to be followed and the appropriate form to be filled in. If any donor works in an organization that matches his/her charitable contribution, please send the appropriate form duly filled in along with your contribution to VAB to apply for a matching grant.

VAB seeks contributions from individuals, foundations, corporate and government agency donors in North America. Fundraising is done mostly through letter campaigns, VAB presentations at community and professional gatherings, and meetings and telephone contacts with potential donors. VAB maintains low overhead expenses due to the diligent work of its volunteers. Approximately 10% of funds collected over the past three years have been used for fundraising costs and operational costs such as office maintenance, office supplies and paid personnel in Dhaka.

VAB’s operations are open to inspection by donors and others. It submits annual audited reports to the Internal Revenue Service and to the Department of Finance of the Government of the State of New York.