Tigre de Cristal volunteer team organised “House for emotions” master class for orphans, children without parental care, and physically challenged children at Vladivostok Special Boarding School.
Tigre de Cristal volunteer team organised “New Year Celebration” charity event for orphans, children without parental care, and physically challenged children at Vladivostok Special Boarding School.
In celebration of Chinese New Year, Hoiana Cares delivered hampers to households through the Duy Hai Commune People’s Committee. A traditional lion dance performance was presented to enhance the festive atmosphere, wishing everyone a good health.
Hoiana Cares funded USD25,000 under a cooperative agreement among Thang Binh District’s People’s Committee, Children of Vietnam Organization (COV) and Quang Nam Charity Association, The programme awarded scholarships to a total of 200 students who were under difficult circumstances in Thang Binh District (VND 1 million/ student), and financially supported the building of classrooms for Binh Phuc kindergarten in Ngoc Son Dong village.
Hoiana Cares donated VND 500 million to support the families which were affected by natural disaster in Quang Nam province. Chairman of Quang Nam Central Committee of Vietnam Fatherland Front - Mr. Vo Xuan Ca received the support on behalf of the organization and thanked for the meaningful and timely action of Hoiana.
Hoiana Cares donated 16,000 face masks to local Vietnamese children in Thang Binh District and Duy Xuyen District, and 15,000 face masks to Tay Giang District through Children of Vietnam, 31,000 face masks in total, to safeguard their health when the regions were in shortage of face masks under the pandemic.
When the Tay Giang District in Quang Nam Province was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, Hoiana Cares coordinated efforts across teams to source masks for the community. Their perseverance had enabled Hoiana Cares to donate 5 million face masks to staff and patients at the Tay Giang medical centre, and another 5 million to students at schools in Tay Giang District.
More than 50 Hoiana staff teamed up to pick up rubbish, and separate recyclable and non-recyclable wastes at Thanh Ha pottery and Duy Hai fishing port. The garbage collected and separated included plastic bottles, plastic bags and packaging, food wrappers, metal cans and cigarette butts. The cleanup activity aimed to raise public awareness of environmental protection and restore the natural beauty of the area
Hoiana Shores Golf Club has earned GEO Certified® Development status from GEO Foundation, the golf industry’s international standard-bearer for sustainable course design and construction practices.