On August 2nd, Manulife Vietnam and VinaCapital Foundation (VCF) came to Tam Duc Heart Hospital to visit four children recovering from heart surgery. Their operations were supported by Manulife’s fundraising efforts in 2017 from the Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City International Marathon.
After raising $30,000 in funds, Manulife financially supported 25 children with congenital heart defects. In doing so, Manulife gave these children the chance to continue their courageous journey in life. Bich Quynh (12 years old), Cong Hieu (3 years old), Cat Tuong (11 months old), and Gia Tue (4 years old) were among the 25 children supported by the Manulife funds in 2017. The visitation highlights the tremendous contribution of Manulife and VCF.
These stories are daily reminders for Manulife and VCF to continue to implement more humanitarian activities and events in the future.
Take a look at Manulife and VCF’s visitation to children’s hospital:
Representatives of Manulife and the VinaCapital Foundation visit the children at Tam Duc Heart Hospital
Mr. Felix Lai – Chief Financial Officer of Manulife Life Insurance Company gives the gifts to the children
Brave baby Nguyen Cong Hieu (3 years old) is enjoying the gift from the sponsor
Representatives from Manulife and VinaCapital Foundation take pictures with the children
Mr. Felix Lai and the representative of VinaCapital Foundation continue to give gifts and tell stories to Bich Quynh (12 years old) and Gia Tue (5 years old)
Representatives of Manulife and VinaCapital Foundation at the Heart Surgery Department
Give to Heartbeat Vietnam today: https://vinacapitalfoundation.org/en/donate/
Because any big or small contribution will help change the future of the children!
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