2030 Business Club Donates 26 Tons of Veggies to Struggling Workers

HCMC - The 2030 Business Club, a member of the Saigon Times Club, gave 26 tons of vegetables and fruits to workers in areas under lockdown or quarantine in HCMC on July 26 as the Covid-19 pandemic has made life hard for them.

The 2030 Business Club recently delivered 26 tons of fresh vegetables and fruits to workers in areas under lockdown in Ho Chi Minh City on July 26. This charitable act was made possible through donations from various individuals and enterprises across the country, such as farmers from the Ka Do and P’Ro’h communes of Don Duong District, Lam Dong Province, D’Furni Company, students from the HCMC College of Economics, and friends of the 2030 Business Club in Binh Thuan Province.

The volunteers, who are farmers from Don Duong District, collected the vegetables and fruits from July 23-25 and then transported them to Ho Chi Minh City for the 2030 Business Club. This initiative is part of the initial phase of the “2030 Business Club – Support people to overcome Covid-19” program.

Through this program, the 2030 Business Club aims to distribute 3,000 gift sets and essential supplies to underprivileged individuals severely affected by the pandemic in Ho Chi Minh City. In previous efforts, the club provided necessities to people facing difficulties in districts 6, 7, 8, Go Vap, Phu Nhuan, Binh Tan, Tan Phu, Hoc Mon, and Binh Chanh.