presents to 20 families of disadvantaged women and 900 gifts to children in Minh Tri
Kindergarten, Soc Son district, Hanoi.
On October 3th, 2017 (August, 14th according to lunar calendar) in the joyful atmosphere and when children are eagerly waiting for Mid- Autumn Festival, nearly 20 staff members of Thu Cuc International General Hospital had a trip to Minh Tri A and Minh Tri B kindergartens in Minh Tri commune, Soc Son district, Hanoi. This is a voluntary program which is co-organized by Thu Cuc Hospital, the People’s Committee of Minh Tri
Commune and the Board Management of such schools.
“On the occasion of Mid-Autumn Festival, Thu Cuc Hospital wishes to organize a warm and happy program for children in Minh Tri kindergarten. Together with the whole society, Thu Cuc Hospital wants to join hand to organize more and more meaningful programs for children and this is also the hospital leader’s wish which is expressed in small but meaningful gifts”. Mr. Nguyen Viet Dung – DCEO of Thu Cuc International General Hospital shared.
900 meaningful gifts from Thu Cuc International General Hospital were given to the kids there, bringing joy and excitement to them. Through this activity, Thu Cuc Hospital wants to raise the awareness of health protection among parents and children, especially when current dengue fever outbreak occurs widely and children are vulnerable to the disease as well as complications of the disease.
Following the charity program in Minh Trí commune on October 5 th , 2017, Thu Cuc Hospital and Minh Tri Women Union also organized a program called "Warm blankets in winter 2017", giving blankets and gifts to 20 families of disadvantaged women in the commune. Thu Cuc Hospital hopes that these small gifts will help disadvantaged families experience a warmer winter, encouraging them to strive for a better life.
After the voluntary program in Minh Tri commune, Soc Son district, the charity team of Thu Cuc International General Hospital
will come to new lands, joining with the community to bring love to more and more people.