Jesters Care For Kids Charity Drive


How you cared for needy children in 2017

Thank you once again for helping us to raise 2,528,325 baht, or 90 %, of the net, which was distributed to children’s charities on the Eastern Seaboard and beyond. With your assistance, we can continue to help poor children from abuse and provide them educational opportunities, including for the disabled.

The following projects were supported by your donations last year:

Our Target Charity

The Fountain of Life Center in Naklua (1,898,908 baht): Under the auspices of the Good Shepherd Foundation (Registered Charity No. Tor 460/2543): children are provided with documentation, life orientation, education, meals, medical/dental care, and ultimately, scholarships for public schools.

Next Step Program: children and young adults are provided with scholarships for kindergarten to vocational colleges and universities.

This spring, 7 children enrolled in kindergarten, 11 to primary, 10 to, secondary, 2 to vocational college and 3 to bachelor. Since 2009, there have been 15 university graduates, including one who completed his Masters in Law.

Camillian Home in Lat Krabang (500,750 baht): With the Canadian Jackalope Open, provided 3 children with 24/7 care for two severely disabled and with HIV and one with cerebral palsy.

Camillian Social Center in Rayong (31,645 baht): Along with CJO, sponsored children to go on a Christmas spree at Big C in Rayong.

Share Love with Friends in Nong Prue (28,843 baht): provided a New Year’s rice distribution for poor families with disabled children, a wheelchair for a young adult and supported their annual Lion event.

Ban Chang Hospital Outreach Program (13,179 baht): Provided poor children with school uniforms and supplies.

YWCA (55,000 baht): Sponsored annual fund-raiser ‘Run/Walk Event’ for needy children and helped build a dormitory for the Anti-Trafficking and Child Abuse (ATCC) in Nong Prue.

The children who finished their Bachelor degrees through your donations from 2009 to the present:

  1. Mr. Wason Muaeng­kaew – Car garage owner
  2. Mr. Chaichana Areewi­jitwong – Company employee
  3. Miss Yawwanee Klin­puang – Company employee
  4. Miss Chonthicha Mok­manee – Hospital nurse
  5. Mr. Rienchai Yoosabay – Lawyer (also Master’s degree)
  6. Miss Siriporn Rang­sisopin – Kasikorn Bank employee
  7. Miss Chodmaee Riewkol – Teacher
  8. Miss Thidarat Ferng­sawad – Company employee
  9. Mr. PenTham Song­prayson- Lawyer
  10. Mr. Thanathip Sedtharak – Bank employee
  11. Miss Athidtaya Klin­puang- King Power Pattaya employee
  12. Mr. Komsun Piboonsri – Hospital employee
  13. Miss Nathaphat Smerwet – Samitivetj Hospital employee in Sriracha
  14. Miss Jantamanee – Sarasad School teacher in Samudsakorn
  15. Miss Aucharee Rid­thikun – Company employee in Bangkok