Royal Aid Project donates flood relief at Redemptorist shelter

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Flood victims still taking shelter at Pattaya’s Redemptorist Vocational School received more relief supplies from the Royal Aid Project.

The project, comprised of the National Council on Social Welfare of Thailand, United Way Worldwide and Omnova Co. of the U.S. and Milimed Co. presented the 150 bags of supplies Dec. 15.

63-year-old Sukhuchai Iphipunyavorakul says he is proud his fellow Thais have not abandoned him. 63-year-old Sukhuchai Iphipunyavorakul says he is proud his fellow Thais have not abandoned him.

Sr. Col. Asanww Saowapaap, president of NCSWT, and Khanittha Thewinthornpat, chairwoman of Career Promotion and Development of the Handicapped, said the Royal Aid Project recognizes that many people impacted by floods need food and kitchen appliances to rebuild.

Sukhuchai Iphipunyavorakul, a 63-year-old evacuee from Bangkok, said he was delighted to receive the handouts and was proud his fellow Thais had not abandoned him.