REACH Secondhand Day

Hundreds of clothes, shoes, and kitchen wares have been given to REACH students in Hanoi. These items were donated by REACH staff and partners such as hotels, charity groups. 

Most of REACH students come from other provinces. Moving to new place and starting a life on their own, REACH students are in great need for household items to support their daily life activities. However, because of financial difficulties, many of them cannot afford new ones. 

REACH Secondhand Day occurred for only 2 hours. However, REACH students were all happy as they could get things they liked for free. 

A huge thank to REACH alumni, who were enthusiastic enough to scarify part of their working day and help organizing the event.

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