The Hanoi International Women’s Club (HIWC) will host its 27th annual charity bazaar on Sunday, November 17.
|People enjoy a dance together at the HIWC Bazaar in Hanoi in November 2016. This year, the HIWC Bazzar wtll be held on November 17. — Photo hanoi-iwc.com|
Themed "Colour the Future", the event, which recognise international heritages and cultural diversities, is one of the largest charity fundraisers in northern Vietnam, with all the profits benefiting vulnerable women, youths and children across the country.
During the day, visitors will have a chance to experience delicious food and drink from around the world, plenty of entertainment for children of all ages, great music and performances, and quality shopping.
The organisers this year expect to raise at least US$100,000 for women’s and children’s charities in the Hanoi area.
The bazaar will be held at the spacious lakeside grounds of the new urban area Starlake to the west of Tay Ho District, from 10am to 4pm.
Tickets cost VND150,000/adult presale, VND200,000 at the gate, VND50,000/children aged 3-12. Free for under 3 year olds. Tickets are available at Emporium, Oasis Xuan Dieu, Jafa, UNIS Shop, ISPH and TH School.
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