On December 1st, 2012 in Hanoi, Techcombank and Nhan Dan Newspaper organized the launching ceremony of Viet Seed Fund, which was established according to Ministry of Interior’s Decision No. 930/QD-BNV. This is Vietnam’s first national, non-profit fund for young talents.
Board of Directors Chairman Ho Hung Anh and Executive Committee of Viet Seed Fund at the launching ceremony

The purposes of the fund are to assist students with exceptional academic records; support and award winners of national and international academic competitions; support teachers with excellent teaching records and disadvantaged, bright students; finance the construction of high-quality education and training institutions.
Techcombank’s co-founding of Viet Seed Fund demonstrates the bank’s effort to foster education, which is central to the bank’s CSR activities. The fund will also help develop a learning society; contribute to the implementation of the government’s and the Ministry of Training and Education policies on training and education activities; and nurture human resources of the whole society. 

Techcombank’s scholarships given to 15 young talents
At the launching ceremony, Techcombank’s first scholarships worth VND 300 million were given to 15 young talents in many fields such as scientific research, art, sports, etc. many of whom overcame disadvantages to achieve outstanding academic records and medals from International Olympiads, etc.