Gamuda Land Vietnam yesterday donated 200 Tet gifts and cash with the value of VND117 million ($5,000) to poor blood and cancer patients in Hanoi’s Bach Mai Hospital.
During the past four years of operations in Vietnam, Gamuda Land Vietnam not only contributed to the economic growth of the local market with real estate development but also provided employment opportunities and social contributions to help improve the quality of life of the local people.
Gamuda Land Vietnam sees corporate social responsibility as an integral part of its business activities and consistent with being a responsible organisation.
Gamuda Land Vietnam has completed several community-based activities, namely Gamuda Tet of Love 2011, charity to people suffering from the flood. Gamuda - Warm Love and Gamuda - Back to School.
Gamuda Land Vietnam was established in 2007 to directly manage the rehabilitation of Yen So Park in Hanoi and develop Gamuda City. The company later began the partnership with Sacomreal in developing Celadon City – an urban township located in Ho Chi Minh City.
Conveniently located in Hoang Mai district, Gamuda City is a world class 500 ha property development surrounding in tranquil environment, nestled amidst lush greenery and scenic lakes. With the total investments of $2 billion, Gamuda City is poised to be Hanoi’s international city which includes five key components: Yen So Park, Gamuda Lakes, Gamuda Central, Gamuda Plaza and Gamuda Gardens.