At the time of the Covid-19 outbreak in the US, a series of hospitals were in shortage of masks and medical supplies. Facing this situation, VABC appealed to members, members, Vietnamese community in Virginia: "It is time we need to do something for the community". Many VABC members are sending beautiful pictures showing that they and their families are mobilizing masking force from cloth and coffee filter paper in order to provide masks to hospitals, policemen and duty officials in public places. They worked hard to fight against the Covid-19 epidemic raging in the United States. Vietnamese members of VABC's Virginia-Vietnam Business Council in Virginia and Washington, DC, regardless of age, all work hard to help the community with the motto: “Giving and receiving with all your heart. ”.
Tina Trieu sent to VABC a message of photographing the pages of cloth masks and cheerfully said: "Hello Valerie, these are some of the masks that a group of professional tailors made to give to the hospital, health centers and those who need it most, will update more images and clips ".
As for Thao Phan, she wrote on her Facebook the emotional lines: "The purest, most endless joy is to be able to help others ... Their smiles are priceless gifts. These cloth masks will be given free of charge to those who need it "
VABC as an organization connecting Vietnamese people across the US will seek to donate masks from Vietnam to the US to join with members in Wasington DC to support the health organizations and public employees in need.