“New clothes, New School Year ” is a community activity by LCDF students, parents, teachers and staff to support disadvantaged children by giving them opportunity to go to school and have better life. The programme began in 2013 in partnership with the Fashion & Life Programme, Vietnam Television VTV3 and Dmax Team – Otofun Forum.
Our objectives of this programme are to promote the development of Vietnamese traditional cultural heritage, social and charitable activities among its teachers and students. “New clothes, new school year” has become a remarkable event, generating our charitable funds to finance our community projects to design and produce clothes, which improve the lives of disadvantaged children and encourage them to attend school.
Within 5 years, the programme raised fund to design and produce uniforms for 1300 disadvantaged children in 12 primary schools thanks to the generous support of our sponsors.
In 2018, the progamme increasingly have been supported by our partner fashion entrepreneurships, students and parents and those who passionate in design and communities in creativity. In the sixth year of the programme this year, we plan to support more than 400 children in primary schools.
We were honored to have you to participate in this programme and look forward to working with you again in the future. You can donate by paying an amount to get tickets for our Exhibition and Graduation Show or giving away unused textbooks, stationery, clothes or other items... to support disadvantaged children. Please join us to help children!
Ms. Ha Thi Hang – Managing Director at LCFS Hanoi shared: “We hope to contribute a little to the local communities and reduce the distance from the capital to the remote areas through understanding and sharing. Our students and lecturers will try their best to improve the lives of the community through these experiences…”
Hoài Anh Mango – a LCDF alumni changing clothes for poor children in Pa U shared with us: “ The journey had many interesting moments and experiences. I’m very proud of being a LCDF Hanoi student that can bring something to the less fortunate members of Vietnamese society. It was such an invaluable life experience”
Ms. Mai Dieu Vi – a LCDF student shared with us: “I was very happy to meet with children. They were very cute as they couldn’t speak our Vietnamese language very well, but they always tried and sang the songs very beautifully. The programme helped us to understand better about children’s lives in the mountainous areas of Vietnam and I hope that our contribution to help them to enjoy their study better.
All donation please send to:
Ms. Nguyen Thuy Duong
London College for Design & Fashion (Hanoi)
98 To Ngoc Van Street, Quang An Ward, Tay Ho District, Hanoi
Tel: (024) 37199706