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Government Savings Bank donates 100,000 baht to Father Ray Foundation

Government Savings Bank donated 100,000 baht to the Father Ray Foundation to help build a vocational-training center for the disabled. Bank Managing Director Angkhana...

Fr. Ray Foundation presents scholarships to underprivileged children

To commemorate the 9th anniversary of the Father Ray Foundation, Father Pattarapong Srivorakul, president of the foundation with the support of the Ministry...

Redemptorist Vocational School launches public-private jobs partnership

Pattaya’s Redemptorist Vocational School has inked an agreement with the government and private companies to create more jobs for the disabled. Rev. Michael...

Norwegian donates equipment for disabled to Father Ray Foundation

A Norwegian expat working to help his ill and handicapped countryman came to the aid of disabled Thais, donating 5 million baht in...

Flood shelter for handicapped appeals for more donations

Officials from the Redemptorist Vocational School appealed for more donations of food and other supplies for an increasing number of handicapped flood victims...

Seminar looks at lasting employment for disabled

More cooperation from government and investment from private companies are needed if Thailand’s disabled population is truly to become part of mainstream society,...

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