LuxGroup Delivers 25 Water Tanks and 48 Gift Packages to the People of Ha Giang Rocky Plateau

On June 15th, LuxGroup took meaningful actions to improve the lives of the residents in Ha Giang’s rocky plateau. The team of LuxGroup employees personally delivered 25 water tanks and 48 gift packages to the impoverished villagers of Lung Thau hamlet, Sa Phin commune, Dong Van district, addressing the severe water shortage in this area.

LuxGroup Delivers 25 Water Tanks and 48 Gift Packages to the People of Ha Giang's Rocky Plateau

LuxGroup Delivers 25 Water Tanks and 48 Gift Packages to the People of Ha Giang’s Rocky Plateau

At the event, Mr. Pham Ha, CEO of LuxGroup, shared: “Like gourds and pumpkins, though different, we share the same trellis.” Reflecting the spirit of solidarity that has been ingrained in the company’s development, LuxGroup recognized the urgency of the severe water shortage faced by the residents. Despite the challenging road to Ha Giang following the flood on June 10th, the team quickly set out to deliver these loving gifts, hoping to alleviate some of the difficulties faced by the community.

CEO Pham Ha (black shirt) with “Water Tank Donation for the People of Ha Giang's Rocky Plateau” project initiated

CEO Pham Ha (black shirt) with “Water Tank Donation for the People of Ha Giang’s Rocky Plateau” project initiated

Mr. Ha also stated that this event marks the beginning of the “Water Tank Donation for the People of Ha Giang’s Rocky Plateau” project initiated by LuxGroup – This initiative aligns with the pioneering spirit towards sustainable development that Mr. Ha has advocated. To affirm their commitment to this development, Mr. Pham Ha established the “LuxGroup Foundations,” a fund designed to support the community. This fund will deduct 5% of the company’s revenue from tourism services to Ha Giang to address the severe water shortages in the communes of the rocky plateau, especially during the dry season (from September to December) when residents have to walk many kilometers to fetch water.

At the donation event, Mr. Nguyen Van Hanh, Secretary of Sa Phin commune, expressed his gratitude to LuxGroup and the benefactors, emphasizing that these 1,200-liter water tanks will significantly contribute to meeting the residents’ daily water needs.

Mrs. Dinh Thi Say, a resident of Lung Thau hamlet, shared her joy, saying that from now on she will no longer have to walk nearly ten kilometers to fetch water every day. “From now on, I no longer have to worry about water shortages during the dry season,” Mrs. Say said.

LuxGroup team on a volunteer trip to Ha Giang

LuxGroup team on a volunteer trip to Ha Giang

In addition to donating water tanks, LuxGroup also distributed 48 gift packages containing various essential items to struggling households. The company provided 28 packages to poor and near-poor households and families affected by flooding in Lung Thau hamlet, and 20 packages to Pa Vi Ha hamlet, Meo Vac district. Each gift package, handed directly to the residents, was filled with the heartfelt care and dedication of LuxGroup, bringing joy, smiles, and warmth to each recipient. These gifts not only help improve living conditions but also serve as a source of spiritual encouragement, strengthening the bond between the company and the community. In these touching moments, everyone realized that sharing, kindness, and solidarity are the solid foundations for building a sustainable and better future.

About LuxGroup

LuxGroup is a leading conglomerate in hotels, restaurants, cruises, travel, and tourism, renowned for its commitment to sustainable development and ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) practices. In 2023, LuxGroup achieved 150 criteria to become a sustainable partner of Travelife Europe and are striving to obtain Travelife Certified status this year. We also adhere to ISO 26000, 14001, and 9001 standards. Notably, LuxGroup is the first organization to commit to 100% customer satisfaction and the first travel company in Vietnam to declare a no-plastic waste policy, aiming for Net Zero by 2030.

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