In October 2022, VinaCapital Foundation (VCF) and the Survive to Thrive program held a logo-drawing competition with the topic “Hills4Hearts” to develop a worthwhile extracurricular activity for children in rural areas. 15 works were sent to VCF by “little painters” from Cha Val Elementary Semi-boarding School for Ethnic Minorities in Nam Giang district, Quang Nam province. Each piece, with its sweet and innocent illustrations, possesses immense power, moving the hearts of spectators and conveying messages and wishes for a daily healthy and happy childhood.
On November 28, a visit by the Survive to Thrive program at Cha Val Elementary Semi-boarding School for Ethnic Minorities resulted in the distribution of 15 prizes to contestants and 400 gifts to all students. VCF also donated three sets of industrial gas stoves to help the school prepare meals for boarding students.
The Cha Val Elementary Semi-boarding School for Ethnic Minorities has 394 students, of which approximately 150 boarding students and teachers, and more than 100 students in grades 1 and 2 attending other satellite schools due to the distance and challenging navigation. With this assistance, we wish to brighten every student’s day and support the school in its efforts to educate and care for the needs of boarding students.
VinaCapital Foundation and MoMo Piggybank Community bring clean water to 500 ethnic minority children in Lai Chau province
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