Chaiyos Chaloawanarat, leader of the Yo Middle Way motorcycle club, and a handful of bikers presented Thongsuk Narinthorn, 55, a total of 5,740 baht raised by the club.
The family on May 2 got more help, with an anonymous donation of 2,000 baht.
Chaiyos Chaloawanarat, leader of the Yo Middle Way motorcycle club and a handful of bikers visit the stricken family.
Thongsuk, suffering from arthritis, has appealed for donations since February for herself, her 80-year-old father, Shalan, 76-year-old mother Waeth Narinthorn, and sisters Nuaree Sakolyuth, 45, and Oradee Sakolyuth, 25. Despite numerous appeals to the media, only a few thousand baht has been given in two months.
Shalan is paralyzed from the waist down and suffers from kidney disease. Waeth is a stroke victim, Orndee has lung cancer, and Orndee has cystic fibrosis. If they can work at all, they earn money picking up trash to recycle, selling second-hand goods or in a low-paying waitress job.
The family was evicted from their home in March, but an unnamed landowner near Nongket Yai came to their aid, offering land to rent at 15,000 baht. The family says they still need 45,000 baht to build a new house.