The Montagnard organization ministers to MONTAGNARD children, the indigenous people of Vietnam. When they first began their tutoring program, most of these children were dropping out of school, even some in middle school. They were attending some of worst Charlotte schools where less than 20% of the entire school body passed minimum state educational requirements. They did have use of the North Regional Public Library, which gave them every resource they needed. But without the ability to transport the children, they were helpless. Make an Impact Foundation stepped in and supported the purchase of a 14-passenger van. This van enabled them to transport the children to tutoring. Today over 95% of these children are graduating high school. Several are even in college. One remarkable young Montagnard boy is now a second-year pre-med student studying Neurology at the American University in Washington D.C. With this van, they literally transformed the lives of these children.