In Phuong Mao commune, the organizers presented gifts, each worth VND 1 million, to 100 policy families, revolutionary contributors, sick and wounded soldiers, poor students with good academic records.

They inquired after and gifted Vietnamese Heroic Mothers, gave VND 80 million to build a “VND 100 house”, handed over 20 bicycles to poor students with good academic records. They also donated VND 30 million to help upgrade Tu Vu Martyrs’ Cemetery in Thanh Thuy district.

Inquiring after a Vietnamese Heroic Mother

Later in the evening, a special music show was staged by the Army Cheo (Popular Opera) Theater, the General Department of Politics of the Vietnam People’s Army to entertain the armed forces and people in Phuong Mao commune.

In the buildup to the 72nd Wounded Soldiers’ and Invalids’ Day (July 27), since the beginning of this year, youths nationwide, including military youths, have conducted such a number of practical activities in paying gratitude to heroes and martyrs.

Providing free health check-ups to national contributors

Besides, thousands of training courses on the national history and tradition for young people, and youth’s projects, such as upgrading and lighting candles in cemeteries and monuments in military units, have been also conducted.

They have also presented gift to policy beneficiary families, disadvantaged students with good academic records, taken care of various Vietnamese Heroic Mothers, called for financial assistance for the building of hundreds of “VND 100 house”, provided free health checkups, medicines, health counseling for dozens of thousands of relatives of martyrs, sick or wounded soldiers, families of national contributors.

These activities have partly relieved the war’s pains for national contributors.

Translated by Song Anh