Quynh Chau Stone is a firecracker! Her story will touch many of you and it is one of the most compelling and lengthiest podcasts because I couldn’t decide what to cut out. At the age of 13, she left Vietnam with her four brothers for 13 days without any food or water. They were captured by pirates, robbed and then stranded on an oil derrick. Once she was finally sponsored over by her dad, she endured months of physical abuse at the hands of her father. Yet through the worst years of her life, she never gave up. There is SO MUCH suffering that she has endured, and yet, here she is haven risen like a phoenix. She has survived many death defying obstacles, and I truly believe she is an angel on earth. Her LOVE is contagious and when you meet her, you can’t help but adore her. She’s one of those people who has nothing to hide, a straight shooter and will tell you like it is.
Quynh Chau Stone is a mother, educator, entrepreneur and advocate. As the president and founder of The Source of Hope, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with more than 4 years of tireless service to Dallas-Ft. Worth underprivileged communities. Quynh Chau tackles the critical issues of how to restore “under-dogs” hope to start all over again. The Source of Hope delivered over 1000 meals monthly to the homeless and actively works with partner organizations to serve the most vulnerable in the Dallas – Ft. Worth communities. To learn more about The Source of Hope and how you can collaborate or be a sponsor, click HERE