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Charity programs in September: A heartwarming Mid-Autumn Festival

The COVID-19’s breakout in 2020 has caused severe economic, physical, as well as mental damages to everyone’s lives. Determined not to let the pandemic sweep everything away, SnB is trying to spread love even more through volunteer activities, in hope of sharing a part of the current burden on the community.

Northern Program

The program “Gather Love – Light up Mid-Autumn Festival” was held in September 2020 to bring a warm and loving Mid-Autumn Festival to the children at Thanh An Bui Chu orphanage in Nam Dinh.

SnBers bring a warm and loving Mid-Autumn Festival to the children at Thanh An Bui Chu orphanage in Nam Dinh
SnBers bring a warm and loving Mid-Autumn Festival to the children at Thanh An Bui Chu orphanage in Nam Dinh

SnB organized and mobilized donations from September 1 to September 25. During this period, the company opened “Old for One, New for Another” fair on September 11 – an event where participants traded used goods. A portion of the sales was then taken out as funds to the program. In addition, individuals and teams in the big SnB family all expressed their own support. Thanks to that, the fair has earned more than 27 million in cash along with many items and gifts. In addition, Soc & Brothers also contributed to the charity fund with 10,000 VND per purchase invoice from September 5 to September 25.

“Old for One, New for Another” - an event where participants traded used goods. A portion of the sales was then taken out as funds to the program.
“Old for One, New for Another” – an event where participants traded used goods. A portion of the sales was then taken out as funds to the program.

In order to bring the children the most wonderful Mid-Autumn Festival, the contribution from the community was indispensable. SnB called for financial contributions or support in the form of items from partners and benefactors. At the same time, at the Soc & Brothers showroom, the company set up “Gathering Love” shelves to collect old books and toys that customers donate.

On September 27, SnB went to Thanh An Bui Chu orphanage to hold a meaningful Mid-Autumn Festival and give presents to the children. In total, the company gave 126 million VND in cash along with many items and gifts, of which love is the biggest.

SnB gave 126 million VND in cash...
SnB gave 126 million VND in cash…
...many items and gifts
…many items and gifts
Love is the biggest
Love is the biggest

Southern Program

Besides the charity activities of the North, Ho Chi Minh Office organized a volunteer program concerning poor children in remote areas. With “When did the Moon Rise?”, SnB wishes to bring local children a warm Mid-Autumn Festival, equip them with newly found motivation and confidence for the new school year.

"When did the Moon Rise?" - A volunteer program of Ho Chi Minh Office is organized to help poor children in remote areas
When did the Moon Rise?” – A volunteer program of Ho Chi Minh Office is organized to help poor children in remote areas

The program was held in Suoi Phen, Quang Hoa commune, Dak Glong district, Dak Nong province on September 26 and 27. Coming to “When did the Moon Rise?”, children could experience interesting traditional games, bring their imagination to life by painting, and try out lovely clothes in the old clothes stall. In addition, SnB organized interesting performances and a lantern parade, gave out gifts along with meaningful lessons. SnB was not only in the position to give but also received invaluable presents – smiles shining brightly like a full moon on children’s faces.

Children could experience interesting traditional games
bring their imagination to life by painting

Charitable programs have become annual activities of SnB. Besides supporting individuals with difficult circumstances in the company, SnB always joins hands with donors, partners, customers, and the community in volunteer campaigns, contributing to spreading love to everyone everywhere in the world.

“Division always makes everything less, only love when shared will multiply.”