Generali provides gifts to 500 disadvantaged child patients

09:15 | 29/09/2020 Companies

Generali Vietnam Life Insurance LLC presented 500 Mid-Autumn gifts and 500 parenting booklets of the “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” (Born Children, Born Parents) community education program to families of disadvantaged child patients at Vietnam National Children’s Hospital in Hanoi, Da Nang Obstetrics and Pediatrics Hospital and Children’s Hospital 2 in Ho Chi Minh City.

generali provides gifts to 500 disadvantaged child patients
Generali Vietnam presented 200 Mid-Autumn gifts and booklets of the “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” to families of disadvantaged child patients at Children’s Hospital 2 in Ho Chi Minh City

Additionally, Generali Vietnam also handed four syringe pumps to Da Nang General Hospital in support of the city’s Covid-19 emergency. All funds used came from Generali Vietnam’s staff fundraising activities.

In addition to the meaningful Mid-Autumn gifts, Generali’s executive management team and staff members wholeheartedly prepared and handed 500 hand-written cards to the disadvantaged child patients. With loving and encouraging messages, these cards were aimed at sending them healing energy, motivating and providing mental support to the children in their fight against illnesses.

Previously, Generali Vietnam had called for a fundraising campaign for its “Gen Yêu Thương” charity fund (GenCare) in support of Da Nang City’s Covid-19 emergency. All funds raised were used to purchase four syringe pumps which were delivered to Da Nang General Hospital.

Ms Tina Nguyen, Generali Vietnam CEO, said: “I am very happy and proud of Gentizens (Generali Vietnam staff)’s giving, sharing and caring spirit. We hope that these meaningful gifts and acts of kindness will motivate the children and their families, giving them more strength to overcome illnesses. Generali Vietnam will continue to organize many other meaningful activities to help spread love and create positive impacts in the community.”

On this occasion, Generali Vietnam also presented 500 parenting booklets of the “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” program to parents and guardians looking after the child patients. “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” is a community education program developed by Generali Vietnam and the National Fund for Vietnamese Children. “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” offers families with children aged 0 - 6 years parenting knowledge, experience and skills focusing on three topics of child health, behaviors and intelligence. The program is delivered in creative and interesting formats via an online sitcom series and parenting workshops organized in provinces and cities across Vietnam.

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