Posted on: September 29, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0


Recently, the Provincial Youth Union and Ms. Duong Thi Tuyet (72 years old) – Chairman of the Association for the Protection of People with Disabilities – Orphans and Poor Patients (PWDs) in Binh Phuoc Province have just handed over 7 tons of goods to Ward 26 and Ward 28 (Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City).

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At the age of 72, Ms. Duong Thi Tuyet – Chairwoman of Binh Phuoc Province’s Association for the Protection of People with Disabilities – TMCs & BNNs is still as agile as a young man and has said that she has to do it well. Ms. Tuyet is a vegetarian and regularly practices nutrition. Therefore, she has strong health and a clear mind to daily pursue her dream of living a beautiful life through volunteering and helping others.

Ms. Tran Thi Bong – member of the Red Lotus Club – Owner of House Bong Rice Cooker, Phuoc Long Town (pictured on the right, wearing a hat) with members of the club and some relatives enthusiastically wrapped Tet cakes to send to epidemic areas

Knowing that there are about 60,000 people living in the two wards mentioned above, including many Binh Phuoc people, workers whose working hours have been reduced or lost their jobs due to the impact of the epidemic wave, Ms. Duong Thi Tuyet and the Provincial Youth Union Binh Phuoc wrote a letter of appeal on Zalo, Facebook to raise funds to support the people here and spread kindness during the epidemic season.

Chairwoman of the Provincial Sponsoring Association for People with Disabilities and Children with disabilities Duong Thi Tuyet (right) and Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy put bunches of young green spinach on the car to be sent to Ho Chi Minh City

Chairwoman of the Provincial Sponsoring Association for People with Disabilities and Children with disabilities Duong Thi Tuyet (right) and Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy put bunches of young green spinach on the car to be sent to Ho Chi Minh City

According to Binh Phuoc Provincial Youth Union Secretary Tran Quoc Duy, Ms. Duong Thi Tuyet enthusiastically “speaks out” to mobilize resources. Venerable Thich Thanh Tri – Administrator of Phap Huyen Pagoda (Dong Phu District) and Mr. Van Hai Bi were the first to stand up to call on Buddhists and some local gardeners to contribute 1 ton of vegetables.

After 1 week since the call, resources with a total value of nearly 200 million VND have been collected to buy safety bags, loaded on a bus to be sent to support 300 households in Binh Thanh District. This is a program organized by Binh Phuoc Provincial Youth Union, Provincial Sponsoring Association of People with Disabilities, Peoples with Disabilities and Peoples with disabilities, Sen Hong Club, Provincial Military Command (CHQS), Provincial Radio and Television Station and Binh Phuoc Newspaper (BPTV).

Venerable Thich Thanh Tri - Administrator of Phap Huyen Pagoda (Dong Phu District) and Binh Phuoc youths quickly loaded vegetables on the bus

Venerable Thich Thanh Tri – Administrator of Phap Huyen Pagoda (Dong Phu District) and Binh Phuoc youths quickly loaded vegetables on the bus “Sharing love – Overcoming the pandemic”

Although COVID-19 has greatly affected people’s lives here, when Ho Chi Minh City faces difficulties, philanthropic groups, businesses, and benefactors in Binh Phuoc are ready to share with the spirit of “Binh Phuoc people say.” good words – good work.”

Hearing the news about the bus trip, Ms. Tran Thi Bong – a member of Sen Hong Club (Owner of Bong’s Kitchen – Phuoc Long Town) called on club members and some relatives and staff to pack 300 banh tet at a time. Cook close to the departure time of the bus carrying the safety bag to the epidemic area so that when it reaches the people, the cake is still delicious.

Businesswoman Nguyen Thi Bong - Chairwoman of the Red Lotus Club in Binh Phuoc province (center) along with members of the club and representatives of the provincial Customs Department accompanied the bus

Businesswoman Nguyen Thi Bong – Chairwoman of the Red Lotus Club in Binh Phuoc province (center) along with members of the club and representatives of the provincial Customs Department accompanied the bus

Besides, businesswoman Nguyen Thi Bong – Chairwoman of Sen Hong Club in Binh Phuoc province immediately informed nearly 100 members of the club through Zalo group. A few days later, everyone supported 2 tons of rice, 300 cakes of banh tet, 600 boxes of pickled radish, 300 boxes of salted cashews with a total value of 81.5 million VND.

To support this trip, businesses in Dong Xoai City have contributed funds: Mr. Do Xuan Thanh – Hoang Thanh Phat Company (30 million VND); Hotel – Bich Nga swiftlet house (13 million VND); Ms. Ngo Minh Chien – Tam Duc General Clinic (10 million VND).

Chairwoman of the Provincial Sponsoring Association for People with Disabilities, Children and Children, Duong Thi Tuyet (4th, right) published a list of dozens of benefactors who supported necessities and agricultural products to prepare 300 welfare bags.

Chairwoman of the Provincial Sponsoring Association for People with Disabilities, Children and Children, Duong Thi Tuyet (4th, right) published a list of dozens of benefactors who supported necessities and agricultural products to prepare 300 welfare bags.

In addition, the Youth Union of the Provincial Police contributed 1.2 tons of green vegetables. Units in Emulation Cluster No. 1 of the Provincial Youth Union helped more than 1 ton of vegetables, tubers and fruits. Huong Tu Tam Club (Phuoc Long Town) contributed 100 boxes of noodles, 500 kg of rice; Warm Rice Grain Club (Dong Xoai City) supports 1 ton of rice and 1 ton of vegetables. Nhan Ai Bracelet Club (Phu Rieng District) and Warm Heart Group (Dong Xoai City), each party made and donated 300 jars of fried fish sauce with lemongrass and meat.

A young soldier is sending a safety bag from Binh Phuoc to a household in Binh Thanh District (Ho Chi Minh City)

A young soldier is sending a safety bag from Binh Phuoc to a household in Binh Thanh District (Ho Chi Minh City)

All kinds of necessities, agricultural products, food and foodstuffs were donated, collected and brought to the Provincial Youth Union to be sorted into 300 safety bags weighing more than 7 tons, each worth more than 650,000 VND. After that, these safety bags were “carried” by 2 trucks of the Ministry of Customs of Binh Phuoc province to the “epidemic center” of Ho Chi Minh City.

Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy and Director - Editor-in-Chief of BPTV Nguyen Thi Minh Nham expressed their love and gratitude to businesses, benefactors and some units who have always accompanied the trip.

Secretary of the Provincial Youth Union Tran Quoc Duy and Director – Editor-in-Chief of BPTV Nguyen Thi Minh Nham expressed their love and gratitude to businesses, benefactors and some units who have always accompanied the trip.

Businesswoman Nguyen Thi Bong - Chairwoman of the Red Lotus Club in Binh Phuoc province (pink shirt) is putting spinach on the car

Businesswoman Nguyen Thi Bong – Chairwoman of the Red Lotus Club in Binh Phuoc province (pink shirt) is putting spinach on the car

Businesswoman Nguyen Thi Bong - Chairwoman of Lotus Club of Binh Phuoc province (pink shirt) is with the driver of the provincial Customs Department to check the list of goods before the bus departs.

Businesswoman Nguyen Thi Bong – Chairwoman of Lotus Club of Binh Phuoc province (pink shirt) is with the driver of the provincial Customs Department to check the list of goods before the bus departs.

Thanks to the connection support of the Association for the Support of People with Disabilities and Orphans of Ho Chi Minh City, as soon as the trucks carrying 300 safety bags from Binh Phuoc arrived at the headquarters of the People’s Committee of Ward 26 and Ward 28, Binh Thanh District, In Ho Chi Minh City, the anti-epidemic task forces in these areas received hundreds of safety bags and quickly donated 300 households who are facing many difficulties during the epidemic season here.

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