WorldOrlando to host 10/17 Fundraising Dinner to Support Afghan Refugees, partnering with Michelin Guide award winning Z Asian Vietnamese Kitchen and

Make sure you join WorldOrlando, Z Asian Vietnamese Kitchen area, and TastyChomps for an night of great foods and good friends, to assistance Afghan people in will need.

Host, Z Asian Vietnamese Kitchen area, was recently awarded a Michelin Manual Bib Gourmand award! Seating is restricted, so make sure you obtain your tickets early just before they offer out.

What – Fundraising Dinner for Afghan Refugee Fund
When – Monday, October 17th 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Where – Z Asian Vietnamese Kitchen area,1830 E. Colonial Dr. Ste B, Orlando
How –  Click here to invest in your tickets 

All proceeds from the dinner will go to WorldOrlando’s Afghan IVLP Alumni Crisis Aid Fund. This fund was set up to assistance IVLP alumni, found both of those in Afghanistan and in third nations, to cover urgent shorter-expression desires these types of as foods, shelter, clinical treatment, and/or relocation charges.

Buffet Menu
Savory Sticky Rice
Grilled Beef
Grilled Hen
Vegan Curry
Beef Stew
Rooster Wings / Quails
Stir-fried Noodles
Mango Salad

*Income Bar offered (not section of fundraiser).

Hien Nguyen, operator of Z Asian Vietnamese Kitchen, was a refugee from Vietnam in the 1970s and has lived in Orlando for more than 40 many years. Ricky Ly, founder of, is the son of Vietnamese refugees and is also a board member of WorldOrlando. “In a way, this is a tiny act to give back again to individuals in want and trying to get refuge from the tragedies of war.”

Considering that 1963, WorldOrlando, a 501c3 nonprofit, has served as the local implementer of the U.S. Dept. of State’s leading qualified trade system, the International Visitor Management Program (IVLP).

WorldOrlando hosted several IVLP participants from Afghanistan around the decades whom we’ve stayed in contact with and are dedicated to supporting through this recent humanitarian crisis. Your support addresses the urgent demands of these IVLP alumni and their households, who are at possibility owing to their preceding involvement in U.S.-funded things to do.