Sacombank contributes VND 2 billion to help disadvantaged children with cancer have a chance to heal


Ho Chi Minh City, April 28, 2022, Sacombank continues to donate another VND 2 billion to the Sun of Hope program under the Hope Fund to continue contributing to providing hope and healing opportunities for children with cancer in Vietnam who have live in difficult situations. Sacombank is the first unit to accompany the project from 2020, up to now, the Bank has contributed a total of VND 6 billion to the Fund.

With the desire to improve the chances of cure for difficult children with cancer, the Sun of Hope program was born with many activities to help families of children to reduce economic burden as well as to get better mentally care.

Mr. Le Duc Thinh, Deputy CEO of Sacombank gives gifts to children with cancer at Children's Hospital 2

As of April 2022, the Sun of Hope has sponsored the treatment costs for 485 pediatric patients with a total value of nearly VND 16 billion. In which, many pediatric patients are supported with stem cell transplant, surgery, and artificial bone replacement at a cost of 100-150 million VND/case. Thanks to access to modern medical methods, many children have recovered from their diseases and are in stable health.

Mr. Le Duc Thinh, Deputy CEO of Sacombank gives gifts to children with cancer at Children's Hospital 2

The fact that Sacombank accompanies the Sun of Hope program not only proves Sacombank's commitment to the responsibility to society and the community; but also shows Sacombank's long-term interest and companionship in the project. In addition, for many years, Sacombank has implemented meaningful community activities such as: Blood donation "Sacombank shares from the heart", awarding scholarships "Nursing seeds for dreams" to pupils and students who overcome difficulties have high academic achievements; building community cultural houses for ethnic minorities through donations from the running series "Steps for the community"; contributing in kind to rural construction, infrastructure development, Covid-19 pandemic prevention and control, etc.

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