At Masterise Group, we not only build houses, but also want to build "homes", where invisible values are hidden. With the program "Keeping a Home during the Pandemic" along with activities to support necessities and rental costs for employees, we hope to contribute a small part to help those who are hurt by the pandemic to be confident. fight together to overcome difficulties.
Masterise Group officially launched the program "Keeping a home in the middle of the pandemic" with the desire to accompany workers - who are heavily affected by the epidemic, fighting to overcome the pandemic with the whole country.
This is a joint effort of real estate developer Masterise Homes and other member companies of Masterise Group, in collaboration with Ho Chi Minh City Youth Union. “Keeping a home in the middle of the pandemic” is the third program in the series of activities with the whole country to fight the epidemic of Masterise Group from the beginning of the fourth epidemic until now, including funding support for the anti-Covid-19 fund and supporting Support the frontline in Ho Chi Minh City with medical equipment to fight the epidemic.
Masterise Group officially launched the program "Keeping your home in the middle of the pandemic"
The Covid-19 epidemic has impacted the economic center of the Southeast region, disrupting production in some industrial zones and leading to unemployment of vulnerable groups such as migrant workers, laborers, etc. in blocked areas, the poor, female workers, etc.
The program "Keeping a home in the middle of the pandemic" was born with the goal of empowering more than 5,000 migrant workers to overcome the pandemic, through support for housing costs and timely necessities. Specifically, Masterise Group will coordinate with the Ho Chi Minh City Youth Union to support workers who have not received support during this epidemic in Thu Duc City, Binh Tan District, District 5 and Hoc Mon District. In addition, 3,300 workers who are working at construction sites will also be supported with basic necessities. It is expected that all support will be given to employees in July this year.
As a companion to implement the program "Keeping a home in the midst of the pandemic", Mr. Duong Ngoc Tuan, Director of the Center for Social Work and Youth in Ho Chi Minh City shared: "There are many laborers in the whole city. are struggling with monthly rental costs. They are the mainstay of the economy, but at the same time, they are also the subjects that are heavily affected by the pandemic. Therefore, the implementation of the program "Keeping a home in the middle of the pandemic" is a practical and timely initiative of Masterise Group in the period when the city is fighting day by day to overcome the epidemic."
The first support parts of "Keeping a home in the middle of the pandemic" have reached the workers in District 5, Ho Chi Minh City.
Mr. Jason Turnbull, Deputy General Director and CFO of Masterise Homes (a member of Masterise Group), said: “Masterise Homes not only builds houses, but our mission is to create 'nesting'. warm” with intangible values. It can be as simple as feeling secure that your family still has a home to live in after the epidemic is over. We would like to make a small contribution to help struggling workers continue to be strong and fight together to overcome the pandemic.”
Support plan "long-term, practical, timely"
“Keeping a home in the middle of a pandemic” is not the Group's first effort to support the fight against the epidemic. As soon as the fourth epidemic wave started, Masterise Group quickly had a long-term plan to be ready to cooperate as soon as the country needed it. First, on May 21, the Group donated 3 billion VND to the national anti-epidemic fund. According to Mr. Do Van Chien, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front, this money will be allocated in a timely manner to support people in difficult circumstances in isolation areas and use part of the funds to buy vaccines for people with disabilities. disadvantaged.
Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front - Mr. Do Van Chien received support.
Next, when the epidemic became more complicated in Ho Chi Minh City, Masterise Group continued to promptly focus support on the frontline medical team in the fight against the epidemic. On July 7, a representative of Masterise Group supported the city with medical equipment for epidemic prevention and control with a budget of VND 6 billion. This money will be used to buy medical equipment including a mobile X-ray machine, 20 patient monitors, 36,400 epidemic prevention sets and 10,000 epidemic gowns.
Phan Kieu Thanh Huong, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee in Ho Chi Minh City, said: “We are still mobilizing businesses and the city to join hands to fight the epidemic. Masterise Group's support is very practical and timely. Sincerely thank you for the trust and companionship of your company and the City Fatherland Front.”
The group's representative gave 6 billion VND to support medical equipment and support the frontline against the epidemic in Ho Chi Minh City.
With this series of long-term anti-epidemic activities, Masterise Group wishes to accompany the two most severely affected subjects: The first is the frontline medical team to fight the epidemic, and the second is the vulnerable groups of workers. vulnerable people such as lonely elderly people, street vendors, unemployed workers or working in blocked areas, disadvantaged households living in isolated areas, etc.
As a corporation that always supports health, education, cultural and social activities, Masterise Group always strives towards building humane and sustainable values through sincere, practical and valuable contributions. timely.
|May the whole country get well soon, and hope that we all keep an optimistic spirit to overcome this series of memorable, difficult but also loving days.
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