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Fahsai: An abandoned, disabled child and the new-found joys of mobility

We were first introduced to Fahsai in February 2012 by the Hand to Hand Foundation at their day-care center when it was in...

Pattaya Freemasons build storage room for Hand to Hand

In keeping with the Masonic philosophy of Charity, Relief and Brotherly Love, Freemasons in Pattaya organised a Beach BBQ last summer where funds were...

ISE hosts Child Protection Workshop

On Tuesday, 21st October some of the Thai staff from the International School of the Eastern Seaboard participated in a Child Protection workshop presented...

Fahsai: A disabled child once abandoned finds a new lease on...

Jesters Care For Kids 2014, Sponsored by Glencore International and Canadian Jackalope Open You might remember our little Fahsai, the neglected disabled girl, whose...

Hand to Hand Foundation finds new home

Pattaya’s Hand to Hand Foundation will relocate to a small street located among three slum villages that can benefit most from the group’s charity...

Enjoying helping Hand to Hand children

I have now been helping out at the Pattaya Hand to Hand Foundation for a good three months on a weekly basis, and have...

Family Fun Day

On Saturday 26th October the 2nd Annual Family Fun Day was held at Horseshoe Point with the children from the Hand to Hand Foundation...

Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery

Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery. This is how Margaret (Margie) Grainger, of the Hand To Hand Foundation, began her talk to...

And the beat goes on

Northern Soul Nights return to Pattaya Formative years is a phrase that sprang to mind as you walked into the Boomerang Bar for a...

Pattaya may raise school attendance limits to support charity’s education project

Pattaya officials are considering raising enrollment limits on select city schools to help the Hand to Hand Foundation with its latest initiative to improve...

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