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Commitment to Philanthropy and human capital development

The Saigon Times

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Throughout its 20-year journey of engaging in social activity, the Saigon Times Foundation (STF) has always been grateful to philanthropists who are active in various fields in society for their steadfast cooperation with the foundation.

On the occasion of the “Mạch Sống” (pulse of life) art program broadcast live on the VTV9 channel on February 20, STF would like to thank fashion designer Minh Hanh, employees and medical workers of Military Hospital 175, and event participants and organizers for introducing 14 hard-working students who are affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, a disaster for humanity, and now need help to continue schooling.

Over the past two decades, the Saigon Times Foundation has been consistent in its mission of doing good for society through the mobilization of commitment to philanthropy and developing human capital. STF does believe that the generosity and community spirit of philanthropists, including firms, organizations and individuals in Vietnam and overseas Vietnamese, will thrive and contribute to making the young generation and the society of Vietnam better.

It is philanthropists who care for the community and realize that philanthropy will create a cultural value.

Philanthropists always think of ways to ensure sustainable development and prosperity and create equal opportunities for the young generation to learn and work.

STF commits to supporting such generous philanthropists and students in the future. We cannot get our vision and missions on our own. We work together with everyone, businesses and non-profits, and each partner plays a specific role in the process.

On this path, SFT would like to thank those hard-working students who received the scholarships for giving the foundation an opportunity and a motivation to improve its community activity. The foundation believes that these students will carry on the culture of generosity and the commitment to philanthropy.

Tran Thi Ngoc Hue

Chairwoman of the Saigon Times Foundation.

STF provides scholarships to the children of frontline workers

On February 20, within the framework of the “Mạch Sống” art program held at Military Hospital 175 in HCMC, the Saigon Times Foundation presented 14 scholarships to children of frontline medical workers.

The Saigon Times Foundation presented 14 scholarships to children of frontline medical workers – PHOTO: MT

With the benevolent spirit of giving opportunities to society rather than properties to the next generation, STF cooperated with the “Pulse of Life” program to present these scholarships worth VND5 million each to students from disadvantaged backgrounds but with an excellent academic performance.

In 2021, during the Covid lockdowns in HCMC, numerous philanthropists collaborated with the STF to hand over scholarships to the children of frontline medical workers and student volunteers joining the fight against Covid at the HCMC Hospital for Tropical Diseases and the Hung Vuong Hospital.

LIST OF BUSINESSES, ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUAL DONORS THAT HAVE ACCOMPANIED THE SAIGON TIMES FOUNDATION

Businesses and Organizations

  1. British American Tobacco (BAT)
  2. Managing Board of the SGT Open 2006
  3. ICT Partnership
  4. 2030 Businesspeople Club
  5. Connection Club
  6. Apave Vietnam
  7. BCC Company (currently BNP Company)
  8. Bosch Engineering
  9. Thinh Phat Cables Joint Stock Company
  10. Bong Sen Corporation
  11. Trung Nguyen Legend Corporation
  12. Asia Dragon Investment Joint Stock Company
  13. Hung Loc Phat Real Estate Investment Joint Stock Company
  14. Pearl Of The Far East PFEC Corporation
  15. NovaGroup
  16. Hung Thinh Corporation
  17. Dan On Foods Corporation
  18. Thien Nam Trading – Import Export Joint Stock Company
  19. Van Phat Hung Corporation
  20. Phu Nhuan Jewelry Joint Stock Company
  21. Saigon Jewelry Joint Stock Company
  22. PhuQuocLand
  23. Mondelez Kinh Do Vietnam
  24. KFC Vietnam
  25. PepsiCo International Vietnam
  26. Thuduc Housing Development Corporation
  27. Robert Bosch Vietnam
  28. Cuu Long Trade Company
  29. Prudential Vietnam
  30. CSC Vietnam
  31. Manulife Vietnam
  32. LV Technology Services Company Limited
  33. Nestlé Vietnam
  34. Binh Tan Consumer Goods Manufacturing Company (Bita’s)
  35. Sky Expo Vietnam
  36. Mekong Travel Information Company Limited
  37. Global Integration Business Consultants (GIBC)
  38. TTT Corporation
  39. VinaUSA Company
  40. Coolum Vietnam Support Group (CVSG)
  41. HCMC Computer Association
  42. Malaysia Business Chamber VN
  43. HSBC
  44. Vietnam Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development
  45. Asia Commercial Joint Stock Bank
  46. DongA Bank
  47. Currency Department of HSBC
  48. Swimming and Friends Fund
  49. Rolex
  50. Berjaya Corporation Berhad
  51. Ben Thanh Group
  52. Consulate General of the United States in HCMC
  53. Royal Thai Consulate General in HCMC
  54. Vietnamesisches Studienwerk in der BRD e.V. (VSW)
  55. DHG Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company

Individual donors

  1. Dafri Agussalim
  2. Nguyen Vu Binh An
  3. Thanh An
  4. Nguyen Thi Van Anh
  5. Nguyen Khanh Binh
  6. Tran Van Binh
  7. Sumedla Bodhi
  8. Tran Ngoc Chau
  9. Hugh Pei-Hsiu Chen
  10. Chung Hoang Chuong
  11. Tran Hung Dan
  12. Phan Thien Dinh
  13. Le Thi Phuong Dung
  14. Vo Duc Duy
  15. Dick Gebuys
  16. Le Hong Giang
  17. Phan Thanh Ha
  18. Dang Nhu Hai
  19. Nguyen Van Hai
  20. Pham Minh Hien
  21. Dinh Truong Hinh
  22. Ronald Holzhacker
  23. Nguyen Thi Ut Hong
  24. Tran Quoc Hung
  25. Khuat Quang Hung
  26. Nguyen Tien Hung
  27. Le Huu Huy
  28. Mitsuhiro Kamagi
  29. Su Ngoc Khuong
  30. Tran Dinh Lam
  31. Dao Thi Lieu
  32. Do Long
  33. Tran Thi Xuan Mai
  34. Chu Thi Men
  35. Student Nguyen Vu Yen Minh
  36. Thai Ngoc Minh
  37. Nguyen Hai Nam
  38. Truong Huu Ngu
  39. Tran Thi To Nguyen

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