Sahapat Group offers lunch, necessities to child evacuees of Bangkok floods

Friday, 11 November 2011 From Issue Vol. XIX No. 45 By  Theerarak Suthathiwong

Employees from a Sahapat Group company treated children evacuated from flooded areas of Bangkok to lunch and donated relief supplies for temporary stay at the Banglamung Vocational Training Center.

Sumet Surachatchairith, factory manager at S & J International Enterprise Co., and thirty co-workers served up fried chicken, rice, noodles and ice cream to evacuees from the Rangsit Baby Home who’ve taken shelter in the Pattaya area until flood waters recede from Bangkok.

Youngsters from the flood inundated Rangsit Baby Home have been evacuated to Pattaya. Youngsters from the flood inundated Rangsit Baby Home have been evacuated to Pattaya.

Pinya Jumroonsan, caretaker for the 241 infants and small children, thanked the Sahapat Group for the lunch, as well as their donation of powdered milk and consumer goods. Sumet promised continued support for the children, all under age 6, until they can return home.

Pinya said the Rangsit home was inundated with water a meter deep on Oct. 25. A military vehicle relocated them to the vocational center. They will remain at the center until the water recedes and the nursery is repaired.

Despite Sahapat’s handout, more supplies are needed. Anyone wishing to donate can call 081-931-0301 or visit the Vocational Training Center.

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