Thai gold merchant donates 5,000 food packages via motorcycle caravan

The Plukpraphan family and friends prepare to send out wraps of sticky rice & pork to families in Sattahip.

A Sattahip gold shop hired ten motorcycle taxis to deliver food to the homes of people affected by the covid-19 pandemic.

Supattra Yaowaraj Gold Shop owner Supattra Plukpraphan and her son, Chonburi Area 8 MP Satira Plukpraphan oversaw the Apr 24 donation of 5,000 wraps of sticky rice & pork supported by Fast Food, Sattahip Bikeman, Sattahip Delivery, and the Sabaidee Shop.

Bags are packed, their almost ready to go.

Satira said the covid-19 pandemic and the resulting economic crisis have affected all people, with many forced to live hand to mouth.

He said his mother wanted to help these people, so she made 500 wraps of sticky rice with salty pork every day for 10 days to deliver to people in need.

They hired the motorcycle taxies to take the food direct to homes so they could maintain physical distancing and prevent people from gathering in large numbers to stand in line for the food.

A motorcycle gang with a good cause takes a last minute photo.
There’s nothing like the open road on two wheels with friends setting out on an altruistic mission.


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