At the gift-giving event for children at the Hanoi Centre for Nurturing the Elderly and Children with Disabilities.
NDO – The Hanoi Municipal Department of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs, in coordination with benefactors, has visited and presented gifts to disadvantaged children at social welfares facilities in the city on the occasion of Mid-Autumn Festival.
The delegation visited Birla Children's Village, SOS Children's Village, Hanoi Centre for Nurturing Children with Disabilities, and the Hanoi Centre for Nurturing the Elderly and Children with Disabilities.
Gifts and star-shaped lanterns presented to disadvantaged people.
The joy of children after receiving Mid-Autumn Festival presents.
Youth volunteers preparing star-shaped lanterns to present to children at the Hanoi Centre for Nurturing the Elderly and Children with Disabilities.
On the occasion of the Full-moon festival, hundreds of free meals, gift packages, moon cakes, and lanterns were also delivered to disadvantaged people and child patients who are receiving treatment at the Vietnam National Children's Hospital on September 20. The event was jointly held by the Hanoi municipal Youth Union and the Vietnam Electricity Group – Northern Power Corporation.
Delegates present a gift and VND40 million in cash to the family of Ly A The from Lai Chau Province, whose five-month-old son had to undergo surgery due to a birth defect.
The delegates also gave 480 gift packages, each including milk, a free meal, moon cakes, lanterns, and VND300 million in cash, to workers and child patients in the residential area of alley No. 947, De La Thanh Street.
Photos: Dang Khoa, Tuan Anh, Phan Linh
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