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Fr. Ray kids learn football Brazilian style

Lionel Izaaks and Gabriel Albequerque from the newly opened Samba Soccer in Pattaya visited the Father Ray Children’s Home, part of the Father Ray...

Picnic in the Park raises over 14k baht for Father Ray...

The fifth Picnic in the Park took place recently at the Father Ray Children’s Home, and raised more than fourteen thousand baht for the...

Happy Birthday to you

On the final Friday of every second month, more than two hundred children get together for a party. Not just any party, but a...

From Babylon to Pattaya

Hydroponics, the process of growing plants in water without soil, has been around for centuries. It is believed the famous Hanging Gardens of Babylon...

Two and a half decades of care

In 1990 Father Ray Brennan opened the Home for Street Kids in a shop house on Soi Buakaow, then a quiet neighbourhood street.  His...

Scouting, burning rubber and the Tunnel of Doom

Keeping several hundred children happy during the school holidays is not always an easy task. To prevent boredom setting in the children and teenagers...

Children of all ages showcase talent during Picnic in the Park

The annual Regent’s School Picnic in the Park took place on the afternoon of Sunday May 18th and as with previous years there was...

Congratulations and well done

Many children, especially those from poor families, can only dream of receiving a scholarship to one of the better schools in the area, and...

Sheep, windmills, football and the police – All in one day

On National Children’s Day the youngsters from the Father Ray Children’s Home spent the morning at one of Pattaya’s newest tourist attractions, the Pattaya...

Snooker Legends – True Gentlemen

Fresh from competing in the 6-Reds Snooker Tournament in Bangkok, former World Snooker Champion from Ireland, Ken Doherty, and one of the most famous...

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