sábado, 15 de abril de 2023

The International Series to support people in need in Khan Hoa province, Vietnam

                                  


 

The Khanh Hoa Study & Talent Promotion Fund has become the latest benefactor of The International Series philanthropic drive, receiving a donation of US$25,000 that will help support scholarships for students, teachers and those in need. KN Golf Links duly matched the donation, adding more financial support to the noble cause.

 

The Fund received the cheque on the sidelines of this week’s inaugural International Series Vietnam, being played at KN Golf Links, in Cam Ranh, Khanh Hoa Province, where some of the children and staff were given the opportunity to meet the players and watch the action.

 

 

The Khanh Hoa Study & Talent Promotion Fund was founded in 2016 and has presented over 5,000 scholarships and awards totaling over VND8 billion.

 

Chief Executive Officer of Khanh Hoa Study & Talent Promotion Fund, Mrs. Bui Thi Hong Tien said: “We now have more funds available for scholarships for our students thanks to The International Series and the Asian Tour – this will help contribute to the process of cultivating talent in the province and building a brighter future.”

 

The Fund gives opportunities to people in the province who are most greatly in need and typically receives donations from local companies and enterprises – with The International Series and the Asian Tour warmheartedly joining that list.

 

Cho Minn Thant, Commissioner & CEO, Asian Tour, said: “The International Series is proud to be able to support the Khanh Hoa Study & Talent Promotion Fund, which is an inspiring initiative. This donation will not only help young people in the Khan Hoa province but will help the overall educational development in the area and we are delighted to be a part of that.”

 

The International Series has committed to donations at various tournaments throughout the season thus far, with a US$25,000 donation to the Oman Golf Association helping grow participation for junior golfers and Omani women.

 

Bright Dawn Foundation also received a donation of US$25,000 at International Series Thailand helping improve the lives of low-income Thai children around rural Hua Hin through the provision of healthcare and educational support to the primary schools they attend.

 

The International Series will continue to donate to valuable causes at each event throughout 2023. As part of a continued effort that will enable beneficiaries to impact the communities around them, the support given will aid their charitable efforts beyond the tournaments that take place.

 

More information about the International Series Oman, can be found by visiting: Asian Tour | Professional Golf Tour in Asia

 

   

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