Chonburi Red Cross

The Chonburi Red Cross again opened the doors of its Matcha Charity Shop, which is collecting donations of cash and merchandise to hand out to the poor during Songkran.
The Pattaya Health Club and Mike Group donated 10 pieces of equipment used in blood donations to the Chonburi Red Cross. Banglamung District Chief Sakchai Taengho presented the blood “shakers” to Chonburi Red Cross Chairwoman Busarawadee Ekachai Aug. 20, helping alleviate a shortage of the key...

Dusit Thani Hotel holds blood drive

Thursday, 10 April 2014 10:54
Fifty employees from the Dusit Thani Hotel donated blood to patients needing regular transfusions during a mobile blood drive administered by the Chonburi Red Cross.

Busy April for Banglamung Red Cross

Thursday, 10 April 2014 12:45
The Banglamung Red Cross is holding blood drives weekly during April and will run the annual Songkran fair for the Chonburi Red Cross. Banglamung District Chief Sakchai Taengho presided over the scheduling meeting for the 400-member organization March 31.
The Chonburi Red Cross again opened the doors of its Matcha Charity Shop, which is collecting donations of cash and merchandise to hand out to the poor during Songkran.
Mityon Pattaya collected more than 56,000cc of blood during its latest blood drive. The Chonburi Red Cross and Regional Blood Center 3 collected 138 units, or 56,300cc, of blood at the March 18 event at the Honda dealer’s sales office on Thepprasit Road. The drive marked...
Pattaya-area residents donated more than 50,000 cc of blood at Central Festival Pattaya Beach’s first blood drive of the year.
Chonburi marked 100 days since the death of Thailand’s Supreme Patriarch with a merit-making ceremony in Huay Yai. Gov. Khomsan Ekachai presided over the Feb. 5 commemoration at Yansangwararam Temple where the Chonburi Red Cross planned the alms-giving service.
The Chonburi Red Cross handed out a million baht in scholarships and provided kids living far from school free bicycles. Red Cross Vice-President Sasithorn Preechawit led the Sept. 13 donation ceremony at Chonburi’s Chalermprakiet Pavilion.
The Chonburi Red Cross helped prisoners at the Chonburi Women’s Prison enjoy Mother’s Day as best they could by providing the inmates a free holiday lunch.
The Chonburi Red Cross is helping a Nongkhangkhok child suffering from a rare skin disease. Red Cross President Bussarawadee Ekachai and Nongkhangkhok Mayor visited 5-year-old Patikorn Chuayklang and her parents June 28, donating cash to be used the Suwanwittaya School nursery student’s treatment at Chulalongkorn University...
The Chonburi Red Cross opened the doors of its Matcha Charity Shop, which is collecting donations of cash and merchandise to hand out to the poor during Songkran. Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai officiated at the March 22 opening at the Chalerm Prakiat Pavilion as local residents...
Chonburi will mark its 81st organized Songkran celebration April 11-19, celebrating the Thai New Year along with the ceremonies to honor the province’s most-important Buddha statue.
Bangkok Hospital Pattaya kicked off its fifth year of blood drives benefitting the Chonburi Red Cross. Hospital Deputy Director Dr. Supakorn Winwan joined staff and officials from Queen Savang Vadhana Memorial Hospital Jan. 17 for the start of the “New Blood for This World” campaign.

Chonburi Red Cross donates homes to poor

Wednesday, 12 September 2012 16:15
The Chonburi Red Cross built houses for poor people in Banbung and Panthong districts in honor of HM the Queen’s birthday. Red Cross President Bussarawadee Ekachai presented renovated homes to four people in Banbung Sept. 4. The renovations, worth a total 63,325 baht, were made available...
The Father Ray Foundation commemorated the ninth anniversary of its founder’s passing with a “Magical Land, Build the Disabled’s Dream” festival at the Redemptorist Vocational School.
Chonburi marked World Red Cross Day by inviting police, military personnel and students to donate blood to the National Blood Center’s Region 3 office.

Dusit Thani Pattaya employees give blood

Tuesday, 17 April 2012 16:04
About 80 Dusit Thani Pattaya Hotel employees rolled up their sleeves to give blood for the Chonburi Red Cross.
The Chonburi Red Cross is distributing 3,300 first aid kits to schools across the province to promote better health for kids and lower expenses for parents.
The Chonburi Red Cross helped female prisoners at the Chonburi Women’s Prison enjoy Mother’s Day as best they could by providing the inmates a free holiday lunch.
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