Healing the Wounded Heart Hue stocks a wide range of handicrafts, accessories and apparel made from recycled items. It was founded in 2009 by Spiral Foundation, a non-government organisation that works with Hue College of Medicine and Pharmacy’s Office of Genetic Counselling and Disabled Children.
Notable products sold at Healing the Wounded Heart Hue include bowls made from colourful recycled telephone wires (US$9 – US$25), handwoven bamboo baskets (US$16), silk scarves (US$18), and photo frames from recycled beer cans (US$7). You can also get enjoy a cup of tea and get to know the friendly local artists working at this not-for-profit shop.
Healing the Wounded Heart Hue Highlights
The shop offers fair wages, medical insurance, housing, a daily sponsored meal, and recreational allowance to a number of disabled artisans in Hue. Money raised here goes towards the funding of heart surgeries for people with congenital heart disease in Central Vietnam. Located on Vo Thi Sau Street, Healing the Wounded Heart Hue is a 10-minute walk from Truong Tien Bridge. It opens daily between 10:00 and 22:00.
Healing the Wounded Heart Hue
- Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 - 22:00
- Location: 23 Vo Thi Sau Street, Hue
- Tel: +84 54 381 7643