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Real estate corporation’s 10-year devotion to community

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Over the past 10 years, apart from its remarkable achievements in business, the real estate corporation Thang Loi Group has been acting as one major contributor to the community through various social corporate responsibility (CSR) programs. On the occasion of its 10th anniversary on November 11, 2020, Thang Loi Group has organized the “Heart of Thang Loi” program in Long An Province to spread love and kindness to needy people.

The program, which is one of the group’s annual activities paid much attention to by its board of directors, is aimed at benefiting underprivileged people nationwide.

This year, even though the property market is facing multiple challenges and difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Thang Loi Group is ceaselessly and tirelessly enhancing its efforts to bring good values to the poor. The “Hearts of Thang Loi” program has reached out to various parts of the province with the support from the group’s employees and executives.

Through the program, 10 Unicorn teams with each of them consisting of 25 to 30 members have joined a wide range of charitable activities, benefiting orphans, disabled people, the elderly, poor patients at hospitals, Vietnamese heroic mothers, families of wounded soldiers and martyrs, and poor students.

Mapping out detailed plans for charity events, the Pioneer Unicorn team visited and supported Vietnamese heroic mother Pham Thi Uyen in Tan An City of the Mekong Delta province of Long An, while the Connection Unicorn team and the Unmatched Unicorn team selected Thu Thua District of the province to carry out activities benefiting orphans and poor students with outstanding academic performance.

In Tan Tru District, the Strong Unicorn team lent a helping hand to poor patients at local hospitals, while the Five-Color Unicorn team paid a visit to the families of wounded soldiers and martyrs in Duc Hoa District to offer support.

Meanwhile, the Unbeatable Unicorn team engaged in a public construction program in Ben Luc District, while in Tan Thanh and Thach Hoa districts, the Rebellious Unicorn and Immortal Unicorn teams brought love to disabled people, the lonely and elderly.

The Connection Unicorn team supports orphans

There is no doubt that the CSR trips, in addition to helping disadvantaged people, have played an important role in connecting members of Thang Loi Group .

In early 2020, Thang Loi Group donated necessities to frontline soldiers at Vietnam National University HCMC’s dormitory requisitioned as a quarantine facility and cooperated with the 2030 Business Club of the Saigon Times Club to gift hand sanitizers and protective gears to soldiers working at the frontline in Cu Chi Field Hospital in HCMC, and the border guard forces of Binh Phuoc and Tay Ninh provinces.

Thang Loi Group will continue its journey of dedication for the community by initiating more social activities to make dreams of many people come true and produce positive changes in the coming months.

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