Song to raise money for children in shelters
With the desire to bring the joy of the Mid-Autumn Festival to children in shelters in Ho Chi Minh City, a group of students from the Faculty of Tourism – Restaurant – Hotel of Hoa Sen University organized a fundraising music night “Moon Night”. Did. ,
Student Anh Vu – head of the organizing committee – reported that during his visits to shelters, he heard children saying that because their families were not eligible, their parents had to send them here. Some children still do not remember clearly when they grew up. How do you see your parents?
“Even if they can’t live with their families, children still look forward to the day when they grow up and will be able to earn money to support their parents. It is children’s humility and understanding that Motivates us to do fund-raising activities.”To help the children,” Anh Vu said.
It is not easy to organize a fund-raising musical evening for “skilled” students. Most of you are still unfamiliar with the steps involved in creating a musical night, from sound, lighting to the stage. You prepare “everything” yourself.
Mr. Wu said that through the music night, invited beneficiaries can better understand the situation of the children in the shelter, thereby serving as a bridge to help them.
All the profits earned through the musical night and other fundraising activities will be used to buy rice, instant noodles, notebooks… the rest will be used to organize a full moon festival at the shelter for the children.
Lending his voice to the musical evening, Dang Khoi, a third-year student at Hoa Sen University, said: “When I received the invitation from the event organizers, I immediately agreed to participate because singing is my passion. I am also very Glad that my songs can bring happiness to children.”
Bringing the Mid-Autumn Festival to remote areas
This year’s Mid-Autumn Festival, the joint team for the community club belonging to the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (National University of Ho Chi Minh City) brings the 2023 Mid-Autumn Love Festival event to Hoa Hoi Commune, District Chau. Thanh, Tay Ninh – a particularly difficult commune located close to the Cambodian border.
Student Anh Tho, head of the event’s organizing committee, shared: “We see that this place still has many very special living conditions, not only for children, but also for local people.”
In addition to giving gifts, the club also raised funds for the creation of the youth project “Full Moon Light”, lighting some streets here. According to Anh Tho, the road leading into the commune has red soil, which is very difficult to walk on, especially when it rains. The road is narrow, has sharp turns at some places, but lacks lighting.
“It is the eyes and smiles of the children of this poor land that constantly inspire us to come back to give more. We hope to warmly celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival for everyone,” Anh Tho expressed.
Meanwhile, “Collecting Stars – Lighting Dreams” is a challenge organized by the volunteer club Dom Dom Night, which also belongs to the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (National University of Ho Chi Minh City). Location map in Dak Son 2 Village, Bu Gia District, Binh Phuoc.
Not only did the club come to give gifts and organize games for children on the night of the Mid-Autumn Festival, but the club also started a challenge for its members to make wish jars. Specifically, members will fold stars and place them in a wishing jar and attach a small piece of paper in which they will write words of love that they want to convey to the children in Dak Son 2 Village.
Student Ngoc Lan, a member of the club, shared: “This is a challenge that I am quite impressed by because in addition to the usual fundraising activities, students will write their well wishes and messages. You come to children in difficult situations in Dak Son 2″.
Another member of the club, student Hoi Phuong, expressed: “Even though it is a small message on a small piece of paper, it also contributes to giving children strength and willpower, and at the same time we also We want young people to feel the joy of giving and sharing.”
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