Swing for the Kids scholarships going to Danang

Swing for the Kids scholarships going to Danang

The Swing for the Kids Fund of Vietnam Investment Review has handed out scholarships to high-achievers from needy households in Danang.
Swing for the Kids scholarships reach Phu Yen province

Swing for the Kids scholarships reach Phu Yen province

The Swing for the Kids scholarship fund has reached Vietnam’s south-central coast to support needy, yet gifted students.
Never a better time to bankroll dreams

Never a better time to bankroll dreams

The delay in hosting the annual Swing for the Kids charity golf tournament has not prevented the event from illustrating the compassion shown by participants and sponsors, with thousands of students still being offered a path to their dreams through a special scholarship fund.
Winners of Swing for the Kids 2020 charity golf tournament

Winners of Swing for the Kids 2020 charity golf tournament 1

The Swing for the Kids 2020 charity golf tournament was closed with great success at Kings Course of BRG Kings Island Golf Resort in Son Tay district, Hanoi.
Fourteenth Swing for the Kids returns in time of need

Fourteenth Swing for the Kids returns in time of need

The Swing for the Kids annual charity golf tournament by VIR has welcomed 155 golfers gathering at BRG Kings Island Golf Resort.
VIR awarded homes for disadvantaged children in Mu Cang Chai

VIR awarded homes for disadvantaged children in Mu Cang Chai

VIR on October 24 gave a VND180 million ($7,830) housing estate for the ethnic boarding primary school Khao Mang in Mu Cang Chai district, Yen Bai province.
Caring donors swing again for kids

Caring donors swing again for kids

Along with the mission to raise funds for talented but disadvantaged students, the annual Swing for the Kids charity golf tournament returned with an additional goal to assist students in the central region suffering from devastating storms.
Smaller scale, bigger hearts – VIR ramps up for 14th Swing for the Kids

Smaller scale, bigger hearts – VIR ramps up for 14th Swing for the Kids

The annual charity golf tournament Swing for the Kids organised by VIR will return next month after an eight-month delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Swing for the Kids 2020 rescheduled due to COVID-19 pandemic

Swing for the Kids 2020 rescheduled due to COVID-19 pandemic

The 14th season of Swing for the Kids charity golf tournament will not take place on April 11 as previously scheduled.
Swing for the Kids 2020 ready for first swing

Swing for the Kids 2020 ready for first swing

Vietnam Investment Review officially launches the 14th season of its charity golf tournament – Swing for the Kids 2020.
The winners of Swing for the Kids 2019

The winners of Swing for the Kids 2019 1

Swing for the Kids 2019 was successfully closed at BRG Kings Island Golf Resort, with the Organising Board paying their respects to golfers and benefactors.
Handshakes of philanthropists - Swing for the Kids 2019

Handshakes of philanthropists - Swing for the Kids 2019

The charity golf tournament tees off at noon today at the Mountainview and Kings Course of BRG Kings Island Golf Resort in Dong Mo, Son Tay district, Hanoi
Thirteenth Swing for the Kids officially tees-off

Thirteenth Swing for the Kids officially tees-off

Swing for the Kids tees off at noon today at the Mountainview and Kings Course of BRG Kings Island Golf Resort.
Bright prospects for Vietnam’s golf tourism

Bright prospects for Vietnam’s golf tourism

BRG Group chairwoman Nguyen Thi Nga, honoured in the list of Asia’s most powerful people in golf at the annual Asia Pacific Golf Summit (APGS) in 2018, plays an important role in promoting the development of golf tourism with an optimistic and forward-thinking view of the tourism industry as a whole.
Helping students achieve their dreams

Helping students achieve their dreams 1

As a much-anticipated charity sport activity organised every spring, the prestigious golf tournament Swing for the Kids 2019 is in its 13th consecutive year, bringing further opportunities and hope for the future for Vietnamese students.
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