Over the past three days, on October the 11th, 12th and 14th of 2016, FE CREDIT cooperated with Saigon Children’s Charity (SCC), along with support from local organisations, to give 120 “Making Dreams Come True” scholarships to students. Despite their keenness to learn, these students in three local regions Tien Giang, Dong Nai, and Can Gio, have been struggling financially to get to school for the 2016-2017 academic year.
39 Tien Giang students receiving Making Dream Come True scholarships
Each of the students being supported by the programme have struggled every day to get to school. SCC is committed to helping such children, allowing them to have the chance to access education. Supporting SCC’s vision is FE CREDIT and their Making Dreams Come True programme, which aims to help children with difficult backgrounds continue pursuing their education and finding their maximum potential in order to have a brighter future. With this year’s programme, FE CREDIT has given 120 scholarships with a total value of 300 million VND.
Mrs Tran To Nhu – Manager of SCC’s Children Development Program shares a speech with the students.
Mrs Vu Ha My – FE CREDIT’s representative, said: “Education is an efficient means to reduce poverty. Providing scholarships to children is one of a series of community services by FE CREDIT. We hope that the contribution of businesses will help children with difficult backgrounds go to school, nurture and follow their dreams, and make a positive impact on society.”
To dream to be able to go to school is completely justifiable, and when organisations come together it can be achieved.
FE Credit’s representative giving a gift to Phu Dong Secondary School in Tien Giang province.
Making Dreams Come True is the first programme in which FE CREDIT has worked with SCC to help Vietnamese children with their education. It marks the beginning of a series of projects between FE CREDIT and SCC which are designed to make disadvantaged children’s dream of continuing their studies come true.
Dong Nai’s representative student
Sharing her thoughts
Students interacting with
FC CREDIT and SCC’s staff