Eximbank donated 250 meals to the Central Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion

Continuing the program "Eximbank shares love", the Bank recently organized a charity event to bring free meals to patients at the Central Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion (VHHTMTW) in Hanoi. This is an activity accompanying the Government in supporting the social community to overcome difficulties caused by the Covid-19 epidemic.

Understanding the situation of patients and their families who are facing difficulties when the second wave of Covid-19 epidemic suddenly broke out, Eximbank employees in the North joined hands to bring free meals to patients. with the hope that patients and relatives can have nutritious meals, ensuring food hygiene and safety to stay healthy and prevent epidemics.

Employees, patients, and relatives all wear masks and are equipped with antiseptic hand sanitizer to protect themselves and the community.

In order to ensure the Government's social distancing policy, Eximbank only sent representatives to participate in this charity program, but that still did not hinder the members' enthusiasm in the journey of giving love. Before the meal distribution, many patients and their families lined up to wait to receive meals. 250 meals were quickly delivered to each patient with words of sharing, conveying sympathy, love and hope for the patients to quickly recover their health. Seeing the meals being received with joy in each patient's eyes, bank staff understood that love and sharing were given in the right place..


250 meals were carefully packaged by Eximbank staff and given to patients at the Central Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion.

“With the approval and favorable conditions of the Central Commercial Culture, Eximbank wishes to contribute its efforts to partly share and support cancer patients who are already facing difficulties, and join hands to repel the epidemic. Although such meals do not have great material value, they show our concern and sharing for patients with this serious disease. In the coming time, our Eximbank employees will continue to implement more volunteer activities to spread and share love in the community" - Eximbank representative shared.

Previously, right from the first days of joining hands with the whole country to prevent epidemics, Eximbank gave 500 million VND to the Ho Chi Minh City Center for Disease Control (HCDC), 500 million VND to support the Central Hospital of Tropical Diseases ( Hanoi) and 500 million VND from the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Da Nang city.
Currently, the bank's business units in many areas have carried out practical and timely activities to help people and businesses confidently overcome temporary difficulties.