Free consultation, examination & medicines offered for the 8th and 9th times: “Awarding scholarships & medical examination for disadvantaged people in Giong Trom district – Ben Tre”

Knowing that the economic and medical conditions of some districts in Ben Tre province are still difficult, the “Golden Heart Foundation” continues to coordinate with the Youth Union of Ho Chi Minh city Medicine and Pharmacy University and the local government to organize the program “The 8th and 9th free consultation, examination and medicine offered took place on November 28, 2020 and November 29, 2020.

Attending the program with the participation of more than 450 people from Giong Trom district Ben Tre city and with the sponsorship of business, sponsor. On November 28, 2020 and November 29, 2020, the organizers implemented the program “Free consultation, examination and medicine offered ” for citizens, and awarded about 100 scholarships from the Golden Heart Foundation, in collaboration with the Department of Education and Training of Ben Tre Province, the Provincial Party Committee – People’s Council – People’s Committee – Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Ben Tre Province to 100 poor studious students of Ben Tre City.

Each scholarship is worth 1.5 million VND. These meaningful gifts are a great source and spiritual encouragement for students in some areas of Ben Tre province who still face many difficulties and shortages, but they have managed to overcome many difficulties to achieve high academic achievement.

In addition, the Golden Heart Foundation also built a project “Caring and supporting resources of Ben Tre Province”. This project has practical significance, encouraging the children to strive for higher achievements in the future.

At the end of the program, the Organizing Committee also sent sincere thanks to the Entrepreneurs, businesses, sponsors, the abundant support of Ben Tre provincial authorities, representatives of the Golden Heart Foundation, the team of doctors and nurses of the Ho Chi Minh City Medicine and Pharmacy University, and individuals … have abundantly responded and joined hands to contribute and help difficult situations in the area.