As promised, here is a number of ways you can help support the children of the Pattaya Orphanage:
- Making a contribution at the Pattaya Orphanage or in a donation box of the Orphanage;
- Visiting the Orphanage and show the children that there are people who care (and the children LOVES visitors).
- Letting others know about their efforts and what can be done by concerned people (so keep sharing your favourite posts that contains some insight into the work of the Pattaya Orphanage).
- Donating useful articles in good conditions that will help better the children’s lives.
- Working as a volunteer (like myself, read more on how to become a volunteer on their homepage).
- Sponsor a meal or make donation of food (in Thailand). Many come celebrate their birthdays by sponsoring a meal in Thailand as seen in the collage below.
- Sponsor a child, and make them feel part of your family (or organisation/company). People and organisations from the UK can either contact Pattaya Orphanage for more details or go through Thai Children’s trust as mentioned in yesterdays article.
- Make donations to their general expenses or education fund, in cash, cheque, or bank transfer:
- Crossed cheque in any currency can be issued payable to either “Pattaya Orphanage” or “Pattaya Orphanage Education Fund” and please send it by post to their address: Box 300, Pattaya Post Office, Pattaya City, Cholburi 20260, Thailand.
- Bank transfer to their Savings Accounts at Bangkok Ltd., Banglamung Branch – either to “Pattaya Orphanage” No. 342-0-96666-9 or “Pattaya Orphanage Education Fund” No. 342-4-50426-8; Swift Code: BKKBTHBK. Once a bank transfer is made, please notify the Pattaya Orphanage by phone: +66 (0) 3842 3468, (0) 3841 6426 (details can be double checked at their homepage).
Today’s important note:
Even though support is essential for the Orphanage, it also does its best in living sustainable and teaching the children to do so too. Picture is taken at the harvesting of one of the orphanage’s own vegetable gardens. Some of the salad is used for meals and some is sold to visitors.