1984  – 2004: Mr. Tran Van Soi founded FFSC Association and served as Director.
1984 Initial one year project of charity class was started at 25 Thach Thi Thanh, Ward 4, District 1.
1989 Expanded the project and opened the Tan Dinh Development Center at 27A/1 Nguyen Huu Canh, Tan Dinh Ward, District 1
1991 Two new centers were opened. Thu Thiem Development Centers located at 76, quarter 1, Thu Thiem Ward, District 2 and Phu Tho Development Center at 265A Le Dai Hanh, Ward 15, District 11.
1992              The fifth center, Pham Van Hai Development Center was started in Binh Chanh District.
1993  FFSC Headquarters opened at 204/39 National Road No. 13, Ward 26, Binh Thanh District.
Established Binh Trieu Development Center at 30B/1, Binh Trieu Quarter, Hiep Binh Chanh Ward, Thu Duc District.
Le Minh Xuan Development Center was established at A8-11, quarter 8, Le Minh Xuan Ward, Binh Chanh Distric – suburb of Ho Chi Minh City.
1994 Binh Hung Development Center was established at 24/9, National Road No. 50, Binh Hung Ward, Binh Chanh District.
Tan Huong Development Center was established at 77, quarter 5, Phuoc Long B ward, District 9.
Tan Dinh Development separated from FFSC Association due to its maturity.
1995 FFSC Headquarter moved to 140/97 (currently 140/4) Vo Thi Sau, ward 8, district 3. This is the property of Mr. Tran Van Soi, FFSC founder lending to FFSC for its activities.
1997 FFSC Association began to officially operate under Catholic Committee in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam with a system of development classes, vocational trainings and warm shelter.
FFSC started a small vocational workshop at 30B/1, Binh Trieu Quarter, Hiep Binh Chanh Ward, Thu Duc District.
1998 Tan Phu Development Center was established at Tan Phu District. In 2000, this Center separated from FFSC Association due to its maturity.
2001  Binh Tho Development Center was established at 27, Road No. 9, quarter 1, Binh Tho ward, Thu Duc District.
2002 Phu Tho development Center separated from FFSC Association.
2003 – 2004 Pham Van Hai Development Center and Le Minh Xuan Development Center stopped activities for one year due to the reformed policy of the local governments.
2005 – now:  Sr. Le Thi Thao took over the role of Directress of FFSC Association.
2005 Binh An Development Center was established at 2287 (now 3153/24) Pham The Hien, ward 7, District 8.
Tu Xuong Development Center was established at 15 Tu Xuong, ward 7, District 3.
2006  Binh Hung Development Center separated from FFSC Association due to its capacity to stand by itself.
The small vocational workshop expanded to a FFSC Factory.
Le Minh Xuan Development Center stopped offering classes but continued the scholarship program because of local government’s policy. The director also supports the Pham Van Hai Development Center.
2007 DotCom Hy Vong Project was established at 69 Phan Huy Ich, ward 15, Tan Binh District.
2008 Tan Huong discontinued classes, but has continued the scholarship program for children and students with the same reason of governmental permission.
2009 FFSC opened a Guesthouse at the FFSC Headquarters as an economic source for its social activities.
2010 FFSC Factory moved to 3153/24 Pham The Hien, ward 6, District 8.
2011 Tu Xuong Development Center and DotCom Hy Vong separated from FFSC Association because their capacities to manage these activities.
2012 FFSC Factory was named FFSC Social Enterprise.
2013 FFSC new website officially launched.