St. Andrews students send Pattaya aid relief to the displaced orphanage

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Students from St. Andrews International School presented a number of essential items needed for children between the ages of 0-6 early this week. The orphanage, which contained 250 children, had to be evacuated in an emergency situation in Bangkok and had to be relocated to Banglamung.

Pattaya Flood Relief has identified the orphanage as a key project in which to help. The students represented the Flood Relief Fund which has donated 20 water filters, 250 blankets, powdered milk, clothing, rice, toothpaste and soap to the orphanage.

Tony Malhotra (2nd left) and Andrew Emery (right), together with students Sangjin and Jasmine from St Andrews brought life-saving water filters and Swiss International Air Lines blankets for the children.Tony Malhotra (2nd left) and Andrew Emery (right), together with students Sangjin and Jasmine from St Andrews brought life-saving water filters and Swiss International Air Lines blankets for the children.

Student Sangjin Lee said, “It was great to see that the money the people of Pattaya are raising is going to a very worthwhile cause. The centre is low on many basics and need all the help they can get. The children really need a lot of help and if people can donate as much as possible – that would be great.”

If anyone would like to help the orphanage by donating clothes for children 0-6, toothpaste, rice and milk then please contact Andy Emery on [email protected]

The Rangsit Babies Home became so flooded, 250 children between the ages of 0-6 had to be evacuated to Banglamung.The Rangsit Babies Home became so flooded, 250 children between the ages of 0-6 had to be evacuated to Banglamung.

Sangjin and Jasmine make new friends at the HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Vocational School in Banglamung.Sangjin and Jasmine make new friends at the HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Vocational School in Banglamung.