Thanh Ha took her 12 year old daughter Isabella Quynh Tien home to Vietnam to visit the country and also along with her to do charity work as a way for her daughter to understand and love the country more. Arriving in Vietnam, Thanh Ha took her daughter out to the market to select and buy gifts for the charity trip. Then the mother and daughter spent the night sorting out the items and wrapping them in preparation for the next morning leaving at 7 AM. The reason that Thanh Ha chose to start early is because she has to get done in time to return back for a tour. The singer does not much time on hand. Thanh Ha wants to bring her daughter along to understand that in life there are many difficult circumstances that need helping and hope she learns the lesson of a compassionate heart.
Recently returning to Vietnam and new to the time zone, Isabella is very enthusiastic helping her mom, Thanh Ha. The 12 year old is very energetic, talkative and intelligent. Isabella helps her mom carrying the items, giving them out to the children and is always smiling. During this charity trip, Thanh Ha brought 75 gifts and 50 billion VND in cash to donate to the single elderly and orphans. The total cash and gifts came from Thanh Ha and also two generous overseas people, Peter Hoang and Nguyen Si Giang. "They are generous Vietnamese people who wants to contribute in effort to help fellow Vietnamese in the country who are less fortunate," shared Thanh Ha.
When Thanh Ha heard about the upcoming charity night held by Dan Tri Newspaper at WE Lounge on August 16, 2001 organized to raise funds titled "a million notebooks for poor children," she was very eager join her colleagues such as Lam Truong, Quang Linh, Hong Ngoc, Hoang Bach, Dong Nhi, Van Mai Huong ... but because of a previously jammed schedule, Thanh Ha was only able to help out with 1 billion VND to buy books for the students.” It is regrettable that I cannot join the other singers are that night for the future of the children of Vietnam; the event was a meaningful one. I am extremely supportive of the practical actions full of humanity of the Dan Tri Newspaper, WE Lounge, and the singers. I hope my small contribution will help the children with their school supplies," said Thanh Ha. Source