International Food Fair for Flood Victims

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Saturday November 5th at School Number 8, Pattaya Tai and Second Road

School Number 8 at the corner of Second Road and South Pattaya Road, across from Wat Chaimongkol, will be the place to find a wide selection of international food for sale on Saturday, November 5th. All proceeds from the International Food Fair for Flood Victims will be used to provide essential care packages for the victims of the devastating floods that are ravaging Thailand.

In addition to the Food Fair, a huge used clothing sale will be held at the same time in the same location. The festival is being organized by the Pattaya International Ladies Club (PILC) and the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya, in conjunction with the Foundation for the Education and Well-Being of Young Women from Northern Thailand. The fair will run from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

All proceeds from the International Food Fair for Flood Victims will be used to provide essential care packages for the victims of the devastating floods that are ravaging Thailand. All proceeds from the International Food Fair for Flood Victims will be used to provide essential care packages for the victims of the devastating floods that are ravaging Thailand.

Food Fair organizer, Alvi Sinthuvanik, who is also the Hospitality Chair for PILC and a representative of the Foundation says, “Many local restaurants and hotels are donating food and/or funds to help make the festival a success.  Members of the Pattaya Ladies Club and the Rotary Club have donated used clothing and hours of their time, and alumni and students from St. Paul’s Convent School, Assumption College Sriracha, and MTT Thammasart University have also collected and donated clothing. We hope that the funds raised from this event will be able to help people who have lost everything due to the floods. We urge all Pattaya residents, Thai and foreign, to stop by the festival and sample some delicious food and help make this event a success.”

For more information on this event or to make a donation, please contact Alvi Sinthuvanik [email protected] or Anne Winfield at [email protected]