Weekly News – March 22 – 28, 2021 – Tiếng Việt

 

 

MOMO’S SEMINAR “FUNDRAISING 4.0” 

Operation Smile Vietnam attended a seminar organized by MoMo that introduced a new fundraising model on the platform. At the event, we were excited to learn more about new opportunities to raise funds from individuals and the social community. Additionally, we honorably received a certificate and medal for a strategic and long-term partnership. 
Operation Smile Vietnam would like to express our great appreciation to MoMo for this meaningful recognization.

 

VND70,000,000 DONATION FROM TIMO

As the charity partner of Timo in 2021, Operation Smile was very pleased and honored to be present at the office of Timo to receive the donation of VND70,000,000 as raised by the efforts and participation of Timo users in “Lì Xì Đi – Timo Đi” campaign. 

OPERATION SMILE AT WOMEN STARTUP FORUM

Women Startup Forum is a platform where women would be inspired, empowered, and encouraged to become successful entrepreneurs. With the aim to raise awareness about cleft conditions in Vietnam among the women entrepreneurs community, Operation Smile also expects to deliver a message of social responsibility to build better future for Vietnamese children.

TIEN PHONG MARATHON 2021

Over the last weekend, our Smile Runners have gathered at Pleiku, Gia Lai to attend one of the most prestigious marathon races of the year – Tien Phong Marathon 2021. Despite the scorching sun, many bright joyful smiles have reached the finish line and more meaningfully, they all carried many beautiful colors of our “Until We Heal” message.

AN INTERESTING TALK WITH BIS STUDENTS AT GIN CONFERENCE 

On March 27-28, 2021, British International School (BIS) hosted Global Issues Network (GIN) – an annual conference dedicated to raising awareness about various global issues that affect our community. Operation Smile attended a virtual workshop at the conference to present about the organization and inspire students to take initiative to raise funds and volunteer in the organization’s activities. 

PHOTO OF THE WEEK 

Thái Hiểu Đình is 7 years old now and she has undergone 5 operations since she was only 6 months. Meeting her at the mission to National Hospital of Odonto-Stomatology in Ho Chi Minh City, the Operation Smile Vietnam team was impressed with not only her adorable appearance but also her confidence when talking with us. Her story inspires and motivates us to continue the mission to heal the smiles of Vietnamese children with cleft lip and palate.