HKBAV Chairty Fund was set up first in 2005 to give back to the community of Vietnam proactively. Over the years, our members have provided to some of the less fortunate through cash and in-kind donations. A big Thank you to all our members for your continuous support, allowing us to continue the necessary efforts for a better Vietnam.
Thank you very much for your support to our 2020 HKBAV Annual General Meeting & Charity Dinner held at Sofitel Saigon Plaza on 14 Jan. 2021 with 155 participants.
A great thank you to our members Cathay Pacific Airline, Esquel Group, Ipa Nima, Queen Food, The Green Solutions and Khai Tri Specialized School for Autism for your donations to the charity event “To Central Vietnam with Love” at the Sofitel Saigon Plaza and members for visiting and supporting us on 23rd December 2020.
HKBAV is honored to support the learning through using of computers and the internet at the Hy Vong Binh Thanh School by contributing to the set up of the Computer Room. “Enable Learning Impart Knowledge”
HKBAV is honored to contribute VND100,000,000 to The Red Cross of Central Hue Hospital to buy more medicine and giving out free treatments. They are not only making this in hospital but also going to small villages where they are heavily affected, such as Phong Dien, Huong Thuy, Phu Vang, Phu Loc & Huong Tra - Thua Thien Hue province.
Thien An Shelter (MATA) is a social support center for visually impaired youth established with the purpose of helping disadvantaged visually impaired children to access education and learning essential skills to live independently and integrate into the society.
Today, together with Colliers International Vietnam, we visit Binh Thanh Hope School, a private school for the hearing impaired established in 1986. The school’s main mission is to teach children with hearing disabilities to read and speak and to improve their education level to at least secondary high-school (9 grade) and hopefully can participate in the workforce for a self-sustainable living.
There are hundreds of ethnic minority households living in poverty at Hon Quan district, Binh Phuoc province. Most of them are S’tieeng minority people and their lives are very difficult and cannot afford to go to school. Their language is S’tieeng - a language that is similar to Cambodian Khmer.
We had a great weekend with our Charity event today at Children's hospital 1 for donating 526 items, which is worth 15,309,000 VND including books and educational toys and Siam Canadian donates 95,600,000 VND. Total of all efforts is 110,909,000 VND for unlucky kids who are staying here for treatment.
Tường Lộc - A School lies in the district of Tam Bình in Vĩnh Long province. This is a satellite school which had been renovated before Covid-19. Satellite schools, however, are often the last to receive additional funding for resources such as library.
HKBAV DONATES US$2500 TO VIETNAM YOUNG PHYSICIANS ASSOCIATION (VYPA) FOR PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT DURING COVID-19 FIGHT
In response to Vietnam government's efforts against COVID-19, HKBAV has pledged US$2500 to purchase 200 protective suits and 285 N95 masks to support Vietnam frontline healthcare workers who are tirelessly fighting to save lives and keep our community safe.
Today we visited the Tra Leng primary school's boarding house, one of the HKBV Charity project where we donated a bunk bed system, opened on 30 December 2018. It took more than 4 hours from Chu Lai Airport to Nam Tra My Mountain where the school is. The landscape is beautifully but a rather difficult journey even for adults.