Masterise Group shares love and sends Tet to everyone
In the difficult situation, the gift has become meaningful to people hit by pandemic. Photo: Masterise Group
Nguyen Thi Giau (61 years old) and her grandchild Phi An (6 years old), living in Hiep Binh Chanh ward, Thu Duc city, decided not to return to her home province for Tet to avoid pandemic. Jobless was another reason that ban her from planning her Tet celebration.
Her family felt warm and delighted after receiving a parcel of rice, cake,… from the program. “Now, I don’t have to worry about rice to eat during the holidays,” she confessed.
The woman is among hundreds of migrant, self-employed workers receiving Tet gifts in Hiep Binh Chanh ward, Thu Duc city. Several people who lost income have young children and is facing a difficult situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On the morning of January 20, just 10 days before the first day of the Lunar New Year, people in the locality stirred up the Tet atmosphere brought by a program organized by Masterise Group.
It was the first CSR program entitled "Sharing love - Sending Tet to everyone" initiated by Masterise Group. The program was organized in collaboration with Saigon Children and the Ho Chi Minh City Communist Youth Union.
Several children receive gifts from the program. Photo: Masterise Group
Initiating the program, the firm loves to join hands with the municipal government supporting children and laborers who have to stay in difficult situation after the two years with the pandemic, said a representative from Masterise Group.
|Photo: Masterise Group|
In addition, this year's Tet program of Masterise Group also includes the annual event "Tet Reunion" to support workers at nine construction sites of the ongoing Masterise Homes projects across the country. The company will give 7,000 Tet gifts to workers. The total value for this activity is VND2.1 billion.
|The annual Tet Reunion program organized by Masterise Homes.|
During the outbreak of the pandemic in mid-2021, Masterise Group implemented a series of activities supporting 10,000 laborers, over 7,000 COVID-19 patients. The group also supported people in the frontline by donating medical equipment.
When the city adopted the new normal regime, the company continued to closely accompany Vietnamese students, young people in several humanitarian events such as "Honoring the 2021 Valedictorian ", awarding long-term scholarships to orphans due to COVID-19,…
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By Mai An - Translated by Uyen Phuong