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Open sale of 500 paintings to raise funds for disadvantaged children

The works participating in “For a Vietnam to win” are sold online, raising funds to help children with cancer and serious diseases since November.

500 fundraising works were selected by a panel of experts from more than 2,200 entries by more than 1,000 children from 45 provinces and cities across the country. Each child, through his or her own drawing, told special stories about humanity and compassion, conveying messages of love, optimism, and the will to rise up in the days when the whole country struggled against the pandemic. .

Artwork by Do Dang Tra My, 16 years old.

Artwork by Do Dang Tra My, 16 years old.

The works are open for sale online on the official website of the contest “For a Vietnam to win” with prices of 500,000 VND, 5 million VND and 10 million VND. Interested readers can select paintings and pay through Vlight portal. Depending on their ability, readers can also support more. The entire amount will be transferred to the Sun of Hope program, the Hope Fund – VnExpress newspaper, to support cancer patients and disadvantaged children across the country.

In addition to the online sale, the 250 best works (paintings, letters, poems) in the competition will be displayed in the exhibition “For a Vietnam to win” at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, from 18-22/02. 11.

The representative of the organizers said that the pictures of children with cancer and disadvantaged children have contributed to bringing children’s voices further, reminding society not to forget, waste talents, dreams and achievements. their strong desire to live. Through the sale of paintings to raise funds, the organizers hope to receive the companionship and sharing of the community to light up the future for disadvantaged children.

The work

The work “Superman in white shirt” by Nguyen Hoang Ngoc An, 15 years old.

Along with the activity of selling paintings, on November 21, the organizers will summarize and announce the prizes of the contest. In which, 2 special prizes worth 30 million VND each; 2 First prizes worth 20 million VND each; 4 Second prizes worth 10 million VND each; 6 Third prizes worth 5 million VND each and 10 consolation prizes worth 3 million VND each.

In addition, the organizers also awarded other awards such as 2 youngest contestants; 2 prizes for contestants with the most entries and 30 “impressive faces of the week” awards. The total value of the contest’s cash prize is more than 240 million VND, in addition to the in-kind rewards.

“For a Vietnam to win” is a painting and literary contest for children with cancer, fatal diseases, Agent Orange, disabled, disabled, autistic and orphans. The contest was co-organized by the Sun of Hope Program (formerly Mr. Sun), the Hope Foundation and Foreign Trade University, VnExpress; VTV Digital sponsors the media. The contest is also accompanied by the Vietnam Post Corporation (Vietnam Post) – a national postal enterprise assigned by the State to provide public postal services nationwide.

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