NutiFood accompanies the program “Sharing love – 4th time”

In order to help the disadvantaged children, help them to have more energy to rise up in life, NutiFood Nutrition Food Joint Stock Company has accompanied the Ho Chi Minh City Children’s Rights Protection Association, supporting the chapter. “Sharing love – 4th time in 2018” with the amount of 460 million VND.

On the morning of September 16, at the Youth Cultural House, Ho Chi Minh City Children’s Rights Protection Association organized the program “Sharing love – 4th time in 2018”.

Attending the program, there were Ms. Le Thi Thu, Vice President of Vietnam Children’s Rights Protection Association, Mr. Tran Ngoc Son, Deputy Director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs… Tran Thi Minh Nguyet, Vice President of NutiFood Nutrition Food Joint Stock Company and many other businesses. Especially, there are hundreds of children in Ho Chi Minh City and other provinces.

Mrs. Mai Thi Ngoc Mai, Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City Children’s Rights Protection Association, said: “The City’s Association for the Protection of Children’s Rights organizes the program “Sharing the fourth love in 2018” to bring joy to the children, help them to have more conditions and more energy in life. The Association for the Protection of Children’s Rights greatly appreciates and sends its gratitude to agencies, units and sponsors who have supported the spirit and material in the past years, which have helped the Association’s activities to be extremely positive, recognized by the community and society”.

Ms. Tran Thi Minh Nguyet,Vice President of NutiFood Nutrition Food Joint Stock Company said: “Children are one of the objects that we are very interested in, so when we are advocated for the chapter by the Child Rights Protection Association. Then, we do not hesitate to accompany, help the children immediately ”.

Ho Chi Minh City Children’s Rights Protection Association was established in 2014. Up to now, after 4 years of operation, the Association has become a common house, a place to spread love messages and help children know their rights.