Vietnam-Canada Business Association Holds Golf Tournament To Help Children with Cleft Palates
This is one of the Association's key activities within the framework of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Canada. The VCBA Open golf tournament has gathered 144 golfers.
According to Dan On, President of the Vietnam-Canada Business Association, after one year of launching, the Association has admitted more than 700 members who are entrepreneurs living in the province of British Columbia and Alberta. 70% of the businessmen in the Association are overseas Vietnamese and the rest are businessmen from other countries working in Canada.
|The Golf Tournament.|
“Despite having just been activated, the Association has made many important contributions in connecting enterprises of the two countries,” shared Dan On.
The Association is also a forum for members to meet and exchange knowledge, thus promoting investment. According to An On, in the future, the Vietnam-Canada Business Association will make more efforts to admit entrepreneurs in Vietnam who intend to invest in Canada, as well as businessmen in other countries. Thereby, the Association will become a strong and diverse organization having a deep understanding of the world's economy, culture, and law to grow together.
|The Association is also a forum for members to meet and exchange knowledge, thus promoting investment.|
“The VCB Association will continue to organize fundraising events in the future to support children with cleft palates undergoing surgery at Cho Ray Hospital in Vietnam and children with fatal illnesses in Canada,” said Dan On.
The amount of VND45 million raised after the tournament was given to the Consul General of Vietnam in Vancouver Nguyen Quang Trung by the Association's representatives to transfer to Cho Ray Hospital.
|According to Richmond City Councilor Chak Au, although the Association has not been active for a long time, it has made contributions to the local government and has received great attention from the provincial government in British Columbia. |
Dan On has personally given to the Richmond City General Hospital CAD10 million, as a Vietnamese-born businessman who not only loves his homeland - Vietnam but also wants to contribute to his second homeland.
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