Filmore shared a “Happy, Wealthy Tet” with people in the Central region
On December 25, representatives of Filmore Development organized a visit and gave gifts to young patients at the Dengue – Hematology Ward at HCM City Children’s Hospital No 1. The Christmas gifts were sent with the hope of sharing some of the difficulties and hardships faced by the young patients and their families during the hospital treatment. In addition, the gifts were meant to encourage the children to recover quickly and stay healthy.
Company representative, Mr. Andy Han personally delivered 20 envelopes to families of underprivileged patients, with a financial support amount of 20 million VND in cash and 130 gifts for the children. This money was raised through the Sport For Children program involving all employees.
Doctor Nguyen Minh Tuan – head of the Dengue – Hematology Ward at HCM City Children’s Hospital No 1, met to receive the sponsored gifts and extended sincere thanks to Filmore Development. Filmore Development is spreading joy and warmth this Christmas season by generously giving gifts to the little ones at Children’s Hospital 1. In the spirit of sharing and caring, the company aims to bring smiles to the facs of these young patients and create a festive atmosphere during their time at the hospital.
Mr. Andy Han shared: “We always believe that business development must be associated with community responsibility, companies have the responsibility to contribute positively to the benefits of society. Therefore, Filmore always pays attention and enthusiastically responds and supports social responsibility activities. Our goal is to contribute to the sustainable development of the beautiful city and enhance the quality of education and healthcare for children.”
Previously in Da Nang, where Filmore Development developed a project – The Filmore Da Nang, the company supported epidemic prevention with a total value of up to 600,000,000 VND. This meaningful action by Filmore’s leadership and staff has demonstrated the social responsibility, aiming to join hands to support and share with the community in the fight against the recent pandemic.