Securitas-led coalition continues flood-relief efforts

Friday, 16 December 2011 From Issue Vol. XIX No. 50 By  Manoon Makpol

A local coalition of private companies and associations led by Securitas Security Service (Thailand) Co. continued to bring relief to Thai flood victims, again delivering aid to inundated families in central Thailand and Bangkok, along with necessities to the Redemptorist Vocational School.

Securitas General Manager John Cole and coordinator Samraan Naeprong donated 300 bags of rice to flood victims in Bangkok’s Rangsit Canal neighborhood Dec. 4-6 and 120 bags of rice to the Redemptorist shelter.

Ajjima Chaowalithumrong (left), fund manager of the Father Ray Foundation, accepts a delivery of donated rice from Securitas relief coordinator Samraan Naeprong. Ajjima Chaowalithumrong (left), fund manager of the Father Ray Foundation, accepts a delivery of donated rice from Securitas relief coordinator Samraan Naeprong.

The school set up a relief center and now is a temporary home to 154 evacuees, 35 of whom are handicapped, 38 are children and four are senior citizens.

Securitas and the Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation and the Soi Khopai Community presented 300 packs of drinking water and relief bags to families in Rangsit and Pathum Thani-Rattanakosin.

Samraan said volunteer organizations will continue their work as long as there is a need. Donations of cash and supplies are still being taken and Sawang Boriboon will distribute the goods to those most in need, he said.

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