Vietnam Red Cross Society launches campaign to support poor people hinh anh 1Members of the Vietnam Red Cross Society present Tet gift sets to beneficiaries. (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietnam Red Cross Society (VNRC) announced on December 31 that it and the Military Commercial Joint Stock Bank (MB Bank) have launched a campaign to help disadvantaged people enjoy a warm and happy Tet (Lunar New Year Festival).

It is part of the VNRC's movement to support the poor and Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims ahead of the upcoming Tet, which is the biggest traditional festival of Vietnamese people.

Donors can download ‘Thien nguyen’ (Benevolent) application developed by the MB Bank to join the programme.

They can transfer money to the bank’s account ‘2022’ owned by the VNRC with a message ‘Tetbinhan’ (safe Tet).

The VNRC will hand over the donations to needy people nationwide.

Bank statements and activities of the campaign will be regularly updated at https://thiennguyen.app/donate-target/1476496130551336960./.

VNA