Books are a source of knowledge, an infinite treasure of knowledge, helping children update information and apply it to their studies and life. With that humane meaning, K-Embroidery Vietnam Group Joint Stock Company donated dozens of bookcases with thousands of books of all kinds and many meaningful gifts to students of 4 primary schools and kindergartens in the village. Pa Cop, Van Ho commune with the theme “Spring for you”.
National television station VTC reported on our charity program
21 bookshelves with nearly 2,000 books of all kinds, from comics to books about history, culture, and national poets, helping teachers and students at schools have more valuable resources for teaching and learning. Practice related to topics during the school year. In addition, the Company also donated 150 gifts including warm coats, warm blankets, backpacks to 150 students, 450kg of rice to 4 Pa Cop Primary and Kindergarten locations under Van Ho Primary and Kindergarten; sponsored 44 free meals for students at Goc Da Pa Cop Primary School; 90 preschool chairs, 9 sets of toys, preschool cards and some gifts for the school’s teachers, total value of 150 million VND.
Not only paying attention to the children, the future owners of the country, K-Embroidery Vietnam Group Joint Stock Company also visited, encouraged and donated rice, instant noodles and some necessities to 6 children. households with difficult circumstances in Pa Cop village on the eve of the nation’s traditional Tet with the hope that people will enjoy a warmer, more fulfilling spring.
A full and complete traditional Tet for the Mong people who are still in difficulty; A school year promises many useful and interesting things with thousands of new books for children, which is what K-Embroidery hopes to share with Pa Cop and Van Ho. This is also one of the activities with profound humanistic meaning that the Party Committee, authorities, socio-political organizations and people of Van Ho have been implementing, towards the grassroots with the motto ” leave no one behind.”
Some of our beautiful pictures on this meaningful trip: