BANGKOK, 19 October 2011 -The Flood Relief Operations Center still needs more volunteers to help flood victims while private companies are offering 3,000 job opportunities for those who have lost their jobs to floods.
Helps have been coming in from all directions as volunteers continue to pack up relief bags containing food supplies and other necessities at the Don Mueang Airport. The efforts have been provided by not only the government and private sectors, but ordinary people have also given up their time to lend a helping hand to help flood victims.
Their participation has also been supported by Saha Farms Company Limited which is providing them with fried chicken while they are packing the relief bags. A headhunter company, HR Digest, has set up a job center for those who lost their jobs. 3,000 jobs on offer are located in industrial estates in Bang Phli district of Samut Prakan province, Chonburi and Rayong, all of which have not been affected by the deluge.
Those who are interested can contact the Flood Relief Operations Center at Don Mueang or call 02-953-9693 ext 5 for more information. Meanwhile, more donations are still invited and can be made directly at the FROC or via a saving account no. 067-0-06895-0 of Krung Thai Bank’s Government House branch. Donors will be able to use the receipt to get a tax reduction. For more information please call 02-281-4130.