2nd June 2020, Novaland Group and Heartbeat Vietnam visited poor children with congenital heart defects after their life-saving surgery at the University Medical Center HCMC. The donation for these pediatric patients’ surgery is from Novaland Group through Scar of Life 2019 (SOL 9) – an annual fundraising event of VinaCapital Foundation and Vietnam Artist Agency. Novaland Group donated VND 900 million to Heartbeat Vietnam to provide free heart surgery for disadvantaged children in SOL 9. This is the second consecutive year the company had participated in this event.

“Today, I am very touched when accompanying Heartbeat Vietnam to visit the children after their surgeries. I can see our joining hands through the Scar of Life program has brought practical results. The children’s health has had positive changes, they are enjoying healthier and happier lives. Each successful surgery will spread hopes, bring joys and optimism to each family as well as our community and the whole society.” – shared Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tung, Corporate Brand Management Director of Novaland Group

Thanks to Novaland Group and all donors and benefactors through the Scars of Life event. Heartbeat Vietnam will always make every effort to send the love of benefactors to each child so that they can soon recover and have healthier hearts.

Launched in 2010, Scar of Life is the initiative of Heartbeat Vietnam Ambassador Ngo Thanh Van and the joint effort between her Vietnam Artist Agency and The VinaCapital Foundation (VCF). Year by year, Scar of Life has inspired thousands of people, from business executives to community leaders and artists; all have taken part in this magical journey to give the second chance in life to disadvantaged children with congenital heart defects. The project has a new theme each year, but the organization always has the same desire to save more children. Last year, Scar of Life 9 raised a record amount of money to help save more than 500 children. After nine years, Scar of Life has given a bright future to nearly 2,398 children with congenital heart disease who were in difficult circumstances throughout the country.

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