On the afternoon of October 5, at the office of the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha province – Vien Minh Pagoda (Ben Tre City), authorized by the Most Venerable Thich Nhut Tan, Standing Member of the Executive Council, Head of the Executive Committee of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha province of the province. , the venerable leaders of the Executive Board gave 12 tons of rice.
Delegation of venerables from the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in the province: Venerable Thich Tri Tho, Vice Chairman cum Chief Secretary; Venerable Thich Tri Thuan, Head of Charity – Social Department; Venerable Thich Phuoc Chi, Member of Charity – Social Committee; Ms. Ho Thi Hoang Yen, Standing Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People’s Council; Mr. Nguyen Phuc Linh, Provincial Member, Acting Chairman of the Provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee, came to receive gifts from the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha to give to poor people working far away from the provinces to Ben Tre who are in quarantine.
On behalf of the Most Venerable Head of the Executive Committee, Venerable Thich Tri Tho visited the expatriates who have now returned to Ben Tre, who are currently in isolation waiting for the day to return to reunite with their families. In the spirit of compassion, relief from suffering and happiness, the Board of Directors of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Ben Tre province mobilized the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha of Ho Chi Minh City, monks and nuns, and Buddhists across the province to donate 12 tons of rice to give to disadvantaged people who are far away. Covid-19 epidemic prevention.
On behalf of the Provincial Party Committee, People’s Council, People’s Committee, and Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee, Ms. Ho Thi Hoang Yen thanked the support of the Vietnamese Buddhist Sangha at all levels; Information from the beginning of the epidemic season until now, the Church has shared and accompanied the government in difficult times, aiming for the good of “mutual love”, helping people in difficulty.
A teacher in the West of Ben Tre makes biological incense from wild plants