Dianne Wee, founder of The Rag Project, a community that creates space for parents and children to bond through scrap recycling workshops, said she hopes to do many things for children to contribute to society. Are.
“However, I understand that I can’t do it alone. I hope that community events will help spread the message, inspiring everyone to be empathetic and join hands to do small things to make lives better. Help,” V shared.
Photo exhibition “Based on the theme”glass fairy,Captures photos of child cancer patients in colorful, adorable outfits.
All the costumes were designed by a group of students from Hoa Binh University (Hanoi) from scrap clothes and plastic bottles.
You spend a lot of time and effort creating outfits that are eco-friendly, soft, fashionable and comfortable for kids to wear.
Ms Vu Ngoc Linh, a lecturer at Hoa Binh University and the person who led a group of students to create the recycled dress, said the concern is that people working in fashion design like them. Apart from the intact pieces, how much fabric is used to make the attractive product, how will the remaining pieces of fabric be handled.
“I hope that after Hoa Binh University, the garbage recycling project will spread to many other schools and students,” Ms. Linh reminded.
According to Dianne Wei, the exhibition continues glass fairyThe group will continue to raise funds to support approximately 30 pediatric cancer patients at two hospitals K (Hanoi) and Oncology Facility 2 (Thu Duc City, Ho Chi Minh City).
Through community activities involving children, Vi hopes that not only adults but also children will be able to sow the seeds of love and empathy for the difficult situations around them through which they will live and die. Be kind, know how to love and share.
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