The Redemptorist Vocational School opened its center for students with severe disabilities funded in part from donations by Scandinavian artists.
Father Ray Foundation President Rev. Michael Picharn Jaiseri welcomed Rer Egebjerg, Per Enevoldsen, Christian Enevoldsen and Kampri Tawacharee on March 2, almost exactly a year since they donated a million baht to build the facility.
On this visit they were shown around the facility which has been fully completed and is ready to accommodate students. Therefore, on this occasion, the school officially opened the new facility and tried out the patient hoist that helps lift and move disabled people more easily.
Per Egebjerg and Christian Enevoldsen jointly cut the ribbon to open the new facility.
Jaiseri thanked the donors for realizing the importance and distress of disabled people and helping support and develop their capabilities.
Jarunee Ubonchai, representing a group of Thai donors, said Enevoldsen visited the school for his 2014 birthday and saw the troubles the severely disabled students had.
Therefore he joined businesspeople from Denmark and Sweden to held concerts and auction paintings to raise a million baht for the foundation.