The Royal Aid Project presented relief bags to disabled flood victims at the Redemptorist center which is part of Father Ray’s on the 15th of December.
This was a joint project that included the National Council on Social Welfare of Thailand (NCSWT), UNITED WAY WORLDWIDE, and sponsorship from OMNOVA Co. Ltd from USA, and Milimed Co. Ltd.
The President of NCSWT Sr. Col. Asanww Saowapaap stated that currently, Thailand is facing a disastrous situation due to the flooding which has created many difficulties for the citizens, particularly, the handicapped, which has been acknowledged by the Royal Aid Project.
The Chairman of Board of Career Promotion and Development of the Handicapped Mrs. Khanittha Thewinthornpat opened the ceremony and distributed 150 relief bags to the handicapped.
63 year old Mr. Sukhuchai Iphipunyavorakul was one of the people to receive the relief bags and he stated that was delighted that the Royal Aid Project has provided help and is happy that Thais do not abandon one another but share and care for one another.
Father Pattarapol Srivorakul the president of the Father Ray Foundation and Pattaya Redemptorist School, expressed his gratitude to the Royal Aid Project, private and public agencies, that have sponsored the project and also thanked NCSWT.