Michael Picharn Jaiseri

The Redemptorist School for Persons with Disabilities plans to send 219 athletes and staff to the National Disabled Games Jan. 15-19 in Nakhon Ratchasima.
More than 2,000 people are expected to join in a St. Patrick’s Day parade being organized by the Father Ray Foundation and area Irish clubs.
Pattaya’s Redemptorist Vocational School marked the 10th anniversary of the death of founder “Father Ray” Brennan with a blood drive, festival and awards.
The president of the Rotary Club of Phoenix-Pattaya had something else to celebrate after his recent installation: his 75th birthday. Having just taken over the office of president of the German-speaking club, Otmar Deter welcomed guests to his July 23 party at the Thai...
Used kitchen appliances, clothing, furniture and toys are helping house and educate students at the Redemptorist School for the Disabled thanks to the opening of Ray’s Second-Hand Shop.
It may be Thailand, but everyone in Pattaya was Irish for a day as the city celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a parade and cultural festival. The third Pattaya St. Patrick’s Day Parade took place on the afternoon of Sunday the 17th of March...
More than 2,000 people are expected to join in a St. Patrick’s Day parade being organized by the Father Ray Foundation and area Irish clubs. Foundation President Rev. Peter Pattarapong Srivorakul and Vice President Rev. Michael Picharn Jaiseri met with Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh Feb....
The Father Ray Foundation raised nearly 13 tons of rice and more than 1.7 million baht during its S.O.S. Rice 2012 campaign. Foundation President Rev. Michael Picharn Jaiseri said the drive, which began Dec. 4, collected 12,939 kg of rice and 1.76 million baht from donation...
The Transport Ministry will spend 15 million baht to create a wheelchair-accessible pedestrian bridge over Sukhumvit Road. Assistant Minister Prasert Janthrawongthong joined Rev. Michael Picharn Jaiseri, president of Father Ray Foundation, and Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh at the Redemptorist School for Disabilities Jan. 24 to inspect...
Father Ray Foundation officials laid the cornerstone for the first permanent school building for the Nong Khai Redemptorist Vocational School, which is expected to open at the end of next year.
Proving the holiday was more than just a green-beer celebration, this year’s St. Patrick’s Parade raised more than 500,000 baht for the Father Ray Foundation.
More than 1,000 people are expected to join in a St. Patrick’s Day parade being organized by the Father Ray Foundation and area Irish clubs.
The Father Ray Foundation celebrated the success of its “S.O.S. Rice” drive after collecting more than 12.7 tons of rice and 1.3 million baht in cash donations.
The Diana Group donated 15 sacks of rice to the Father Ray Foundation as part of the S.O.S. Rice Project.
A Norwegian expat working to help his ill and handicapped countryman came to the aid of disabled Thais, donating 5 million baht in equipment to the Father Ray Foundation.
Daido Co. marked the eight-year anniversary of the death of Rev. Raymond Brennan by organizing a “young farmers” workshop at the Father Ray Drop-In Center.