Fundraising Baan Jing Jai cyclists ride to Chiang Mai

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Foundation president Rev. Surakit Kamonrat, Director Piangta Chumnoi and Wuthikorn Kamolchote, president of the Rotary Club of Jomtien set the riders on their way March 31.
Foundation president Rev. Surakit Kamonrat, Director Piangta Chumnoi and Vutikorn Kamolchote, president of the Rotary Club of Jomtien set the riders on their way March 31.

A team of thirteen teachers, staff and youths from the Baan Jing Jai Foundation are cycling 900 kilometers to Chiang Mai to raise funds for the foundation.

Foundation president Rev. Surakit Kamonrat, Director Piangta Chumnoy and Vutikorn Kamolchote, president of the Rotary Club of Jomtien set the riders on their way March 31.

The cycling team leaves Bang Jing Jai Foundation heading to the Chonburi Christian Church and the Chonburi Night Market.
The cycling team leaves Bang Jing Jai Foundation heading to the Chonburi Christian Church and the Chonburi Night Market.

The cyclists rode to the Chonburi Christian Church and Chonburi Night Market before resting at the Maitrichit Chinese Baptist Church in Bangplee before heading to Bangkok’s Church of Christ in Thailand.

On Apr 2, the team stayed at Chai Saman Suphanburi Christendom and continued traveling, aiming to make Chiang Mai by April 21.

The cycling team has been collecting sponsors to raise money for construction of a multipurpose dome at Baan Jing Jai.

Anyone wishing to sponsor the riders can contribute to Krungsri Bank account 628-1-04300-9 or call Piangta at 084-614-4389.

Stopping for a rest at the Maitrichit Chinese Baptist Church in Bangplee before heading to Bangkok.
Stopping for a rest at the Maitrichit Chinese Baptist Church in Bangplee before heading to Bangkok.