The young people who came to donate blood all knew Thuy’s dream since she was a student. Please register to participate as soon as you hear information about the program.
Mr. Phan Vu Ngoc Thien, an Intel employee, said that for the past seven years, he has donated blood to the Thugs Dream program. As a former Polytechnic student, he went to Green Summer and Spring as a volunteer.
“I especially want to participate in Thu’s Dream program because I know it will provide some support for children suffering from cancer. I want to share some of it with children with serious illnesses. I once suffered from cancer. Saw a kid in the neighborhood who had cancer, he had to undergo long-term radiation treatment, and he lost all his hair. I’m very happy that he has recovered now and is going to college,” Mr. Thien shared.
Meanwhile, two friends, Nguyen Huynh Mai Khoi and Tu Bao Ngan, third-year students at Ho Chi Minh City University of Culture, invited each other to donate blood for the first time.
Mai Khoi learned about the program and Bao Ngan also went along. However, after taking the test sample, only Bao Ngan qualified to donate blood, while Mai Khoi had to wait in the chair due to anemia.
Mai Khoi has been proud of this program since she was in middle school in Can Tho. “The doctor said to take medicine, eat lots of green vegetables and then come back after three months to donate blood,” Khoi said with a laugh.
Mai Khoi said she always believes in Thue’s Dream because it is a program with humanitarian meaning created by the newspaper YouthAnd hospital blood donation sites make you feel safe.