On July 26, 2021, VinaCapital Group and GS Energy Company, in collaboration with the program “Help Vietnam Breathe – Vì Nhịp thở Việt Nam” of VinaCapital Foundation (VCF), donated 12 ventilators and personal protective equipment for 1-month use with a total value of nearly 4 billion VND to Long An province, joining hands with the local authorities and people of Long An to fight against the current large-scale outbreak.
This morning, strictly complying with regulations on pandemic prevention, the handover ceremony was organized with the participation of Mr. Nguyen Minh Lam – Vice Chairman of Long An People’s Committee; Mr. Huynh Minh Phuc – Director of Long An Department of Health; Mr. Hwang Yun Jae – Chief Representative of GS Energy Company in Vietnam; Mr. Rad Kivette, CEO of VinaCapital Foundation. “Help Vietnam Breathe – Vì Nhịp thở Việt Nam” and VCF will dedicate this 160,000 USD worth donation, of which GS Energy Company contributes 100,000 USD and VinaCapital Group supports 60,000 USD, to buy 12 ventilators and personal protective equipment for frontline healthcare workers to use in the next 1 month. The Long An Department of Health will allocate this medical equipment to the areas of most severe critical need.
Mr. Huynh Minh Phuc – Director of Long An Department of Health shared: “In the current complicated pandemic situation, the support of state agencies, individuals and organizations is a great source of encouragement for the entire provincial healthcare system. I would like to send sincere thanks to GS Energy Company, VinaCapital Group as well as “Vì Nhịp thở Việt Nam” program and VinaCapital Foundation for joining hands with Long An province to fight against the pandemic.”
Mr. Yongsoo Huh, CEO of GS Energy said, “As a companion and friend of Long An Province in its journey for development and future sustainability, GS Energy will support the Long An’s government to combat COVID-19. And this donation is a small expression of our determination.”
“Since the first outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, VinaCapital Group, VCF, partners and subsidiaries have taken many actions to accompany the Government and people of Vietnam to overcome the pandemic, including supporting Vietnam to access vaccine sources and donating and fundraising to purchase critical pandemic-fighting medical equipment and supplies. The program “Help Vietnam Breathe – Vì Nhịp thở Việt Nam” is our latest pandemic fighting activity. We hope to receive more cooperation and contributions from the community to be able to donate more essential equipment, ensure everyone’s safety, and assist the country in this fight.” said Mr. Don Lam – Co-Founder and CEO of VinaCapital; Director of VinaCapital GS Energy Pte. Ltd. and VinaCapital Foundation’s Board Chairman.
“Help Vietnam Breathe – Vì Nhịp Thở Việt Nam” is a program implemented by VCF to raise funds for purchasing essential pandemic-fighting medical equipment and supplies for frontline medical facilities as the pandemic prolongs and the number of newly infected cases increases dramatically. VCF aims to donate ventilators for hospitals treating Covid-19 patients and personal protective equipment to protect thousands of frontline healthcare workers from high risk of infection. VCF will collaborate with the local authorities to distribute the medical equipment to the areas of most severe critical need.
Please donate to “Help Vietnam Breathe – Vì Nhịp Thở Việt Nam” to the following bank account:
- Beneficiary name/ Tên tài khoản: THE VINACAPITAL FOUNDATION
- Beneficiary’s account No./ Số tài khoản: 007 100 574 4984 (VND) – 007 137 060 7587 (USD)
- Name of the bank/ Tên ngân hàng: JSC Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam (Vietcombank) – Ho Chi Minh Branch
- Bank’s address/ Địa chỉ ngân hàng: 8 Nguyen Hue Street, District 1, HCMC
- Swift code: BFTVVNVX007
- Transfer note/ Thông tin chuyển khoản: Name + Phone number + HVB
Or transfer via Momo at: https://payment.momo.vn/pay/store/MOMOSST720190909-2107191112192c380d98.
Kindly add Donor’s Name and Phone number to the “Message/Lời nhắn” box.
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