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FUND-RAISING FOR COVID-19 RELIEF IN VIETNAM BY SINGAPORE BUSINESS GROUP
The severity of the COVID-19 situation in Ho Chi Minh City with a significant number of daily cases, especially in the quarantined localities and isolation camps as well as imposition of nightly curfew from this week and COVID-19 related deaths are affecting millions of unfortunate families.
Therefore, we are helping to raise funds for the people whose livelihoods have been badly affected by the current fourth wave of COVID-19 in Vietnam especially in Ho Chi Minh City.
Your donation will go toward the provision of COVID-19 Relief Aid packages to affected families in Ho Chi Minh City. We aim to raise VND 250,000,000 to deliver up to 500 Relief Aid packages which include food and essential items such as rice, noodle, cooking oil, milk and canned food. The Fatherland Front will support us in delivering these packages to the needy families.
Thank you in advance for your contribution. You have no idea how much it means to the community to have your support.
Here is the way you can make a donation:
« Transfer your donation to SBG’s bank account:
UOB Vietnam Limited - HCMC Branch
(17 Le Duan Blvd., Dist 1, HCMC)
Account Holder : Singapore Business Group
In VND : 102 330 6218
SWIFT code : UOVBVNVX
« Transfer Ref: Your Name - Donate for COVID-19 Relief Aid
This fund-raising drive will close by 9th August 2021.
For more information about the fund, please contact the Secretariat team at firstname.lastname@example.org or our hotline: (+84) 28 6685 5370/71
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