Each meal is worth VND25,000 and about 100 such meals are cooked every day. Indeed, demand grows on Saturdays and Sundays to assist disabled people.
This charitable activity first began in 2015, with group members being made up of volunteers and staff members from the administration of Thong Nhat ward.
Each meal contains sufficient nutrition for each person and meets all relevant hygiene standards.
Meals are carefully packaged and then brought to frontline workers in isolation areas starting at 10:30am.
Volunteers hand over meals to disabled people and other underprivileged individuals.
An elderly 80-year-old lady sends her sincere thanks to the volunteer group. She still sells fruit to earn a living and to feed her two grandchildren, although her business has slowed due to the impact of social distancing measures.
The charity programme has received plenty of support from benefactors.