Câylendar, a project run by Đùm Bọc, is a calendar inspired by the Vietnamese idiom, Cây Nhà Lá Vườn. It features the work of 12 Vietnamese illustrators and artists in the diaspora. Cây Nhà Lá Vườn, loosely translated as 'trees from home & leaves from the garden', is an idiom typically used to describe home-grown things. The theme for Câylendar 3.0 is "Một miếng khi đói bằng một gói khi no", a morsel when hungry is worth a meal when full. Food nourishes. Food embodies care. Food heals. Food holds memories and cultural connections. Food brings people together and fosters community. Câylendar 3.0 asks the artists to explore food in its many facets, as Vietnamese people in the diaspora. Proceeds will go to the artists and NOLA East-based organization called Song Community Development Corporation (CDC). The folks at Song CDC plan to use the funds toward their food access program in which food boxes would be provided to low-income Viet seniors and Black families.