The story of Ms. Bong Grelat-Tram

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Meet Ms. Bong Grelat-Tram from Château Angelus Winery of St. Emilion, France – one of our devoted sponsor for school building program.

“Vietnam holds a very special place in my heart. I grew up in Vietnam and I feel very connected to the country through my family and my ancestral homeland. With the opportunity to help improve the quality of life of Vietnamese children, I felt compelled to simply help. I visited saigonchildren’s project sites, as well as my home town of Long Vinh and also Cai Doi in Tra Vinh province. I could see my brothers, sisters and myself in the children we visited. My wish is that children have the same equal opportunity that other children in Vietnam should have to grow up successfully and happy in the best possible conditions. Every day we all write our future in some ways. I hope that these children will have opportunities to write whatever future they dream of.”

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