Each food pack costs 300 THB with five kgs of rice, 10 noodles, 10 eggs, 3 sardines, 1 cooking oil and mung bean.
Along the road, stories of laughter, tension, exhaustion, hunger, and success were rapidly printing like the banknotes in the Royal Mint of Spain.
Total cash donation as of April 24 is 198,589 THB. Below is the report for the first and second waves of distribution.
Kudos to all the people behind the page for spreading love, compassion and generosity in times of difficulty.
The Thailand-Philippines Business Council donated 200 packs (1,000 kgs) of rice and 500 pieces of fabric masks. Khàawp khun mâak!
Pinay businesswoman appeals to ‘old timer’ Filipinos in Thailand to help kababayan affected by COVID-19
Not only Filipinos in Thailand and abroad have heeded to the call to raise funds for OFWs affected by COVID-19. Thai nationals and those married to Thais have also...
Food packs were delivered to no work, no pay teachers at agencies on Sunday.
To everyone who was instrumental in making this endeavor a success, our words are not enough to express our gratitude in doing your part. May our effort also inspire...
Naglaan ng higit sa P200 bilyon ang administrasyon ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte bilang ayuda sa mga mahihirap na pamilyang apektado ng krisis dulot ng COVID-19.