Hanwha Life Vietnam supports health workers and families affected by COVID-19

Tuesday, Nov 02, 2021 17:09

Representatives of Hanwha Life Vietnam hand over donations to frontline health workers in Binh Thanh and Binh Chanh districts, HCM City. — Photo Hanwha Life

Hanwha Life Vietnam has collaborated with the Vietnamese Fatherland Front and the National Fund for Vietnamese Children to donate gifts and protective suits to frontline health workers and people affected by COVID-19 pandemic in Binh Thanh and Binh Chanh districts, HCM City.

The VND724 million (US$31,800) donation, including 2,215 gifts and 1,000 protective suits, aims to encourage health workers and frontline forces in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Previously, Hanwha Life Vietnam also contributed VND3 billion to COVID-19 prevention activities in Viet Nam with the desire to bring the country back to normal soon.

“We want to contribute a valuable part to the journey of the entire country to overcome the pandemic. Hanwha Life Vietnam understands the difficulties and losses that families which have infected members are facing. We hope that the company’s companionship and small sharing can motivate the Vietnamese community and we want everyone to know that they are not alone in this battle. Hanwha Life Vietnam is always by your side,” said Im Dong Jun, General Director of Hanwha Life Vietnam.

Hanwha Life Vietnam is one of the life insurances companies in the market with many activities supporting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic right from the beginning of the pandemic in Viet Nam.

In 2020, the company donated nearly 9,000 items of protective clothing to frontline medical staff across the country. This meaningful and practical contribution of Hanwha Life Vietnam once again shows social responsibility and community commitment on the journey to bring human values in parallel with the company's sustainable development.

Over 12 years of operation in Viet Nam, Hanwha Life Vietnam has sponsored more than VND30 billion for many community projects. The company has awarded 53,570 health insurance cards to the poor, built over 160 houses and five medical centres across the country.— VNS

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