Saigon Times-Great Circle offers Tet gifts to disabled children

HANOI – The “Saigon Times-Great Circle” program, initiated by the Saigon Times Group, on January 28 donated 45 sets of Tet gifts worth VND500,000 each to disabled children and teachers at the Phuc Tue Center in Tay Ho District in Hanoi City in collaboration with the Le Minh Hang charity group, aimed at contributing to taking care of the disabled and bringing them a warm Tet filled with love.

Children and teachers at the Phuc Tue Center receive Tet gifts – PHOTO: NGOC DIEP

Apart from the 45 gift sets, the program also held a party for the children at the center as a way to bring love and joy to them.

The center is considered as the second home of the disabled children there, while the teachers play a role as their special mothers.

Established in 2001, the Phuc Tue Center under the Support Association for Hanoi Disabled Children is a place to look after and educate disabled children as well as help them develop normally, according to Vu Thi Minh Huong, aged 83, director of the center.

The center is raising 40 autistic and intellectually disabled children.