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Gift of Happiness Foundation Thailand.
Gift of Happiness Foundation. We offer. Positive development through educational drama & monthly aid giving projects.
This small but very effective organization is run and maintained by volunteers who are dedicated to bringing happiness to needy children and families throughout Thailand. Providing simple, interactive and educational comedy shows to thousands of children whose lives quite often contain little joy. The Foundation also gives children and their families tons of essential goods during our aid giving projects given at least once every month of the year.
We serve,Orphanages, Crisis Centres for women and street children, Bangkok slums, AIDS centres and homes/schools for physically & mentally challenged children. We also serve medical centres, communities of migrant workers, their families and people displaced by civil war who are living in refugee camps and garbage dumps.
Thai Registered Charity. Number Kor Tor 1914. Tax ID:3-0337-6259-4
30, Sukhumvit Soi 18, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110. Thailand.
Tel: +66 (0) 2392 1953. Fax: +66 (0) 2392 1959
email: info@gohappiness.org
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Volunteer Work Thailand (th)
Volunteer Work Thailand
Comprehensive source of volunteer ideas and free volunteer work in Thailand.
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SPARK (Circus) (th)
SPARK! is a group of spectacular international volunteer circus performers who come together to bring joy to groups of disadvantaged children in refugee camps, migrant schools, hospitals and orphanages along the Thai Burmese border.
We reach over 4,000 children each year with our circus-style fire show, playshops and donations of toys, art supplies, and creative tools. Our goal is to lighten their days with magic, wonder, laughter and smiles. SPARK! is completely volunteer based, and relies entirely on your generous donations and community support.
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The SET Foundation (th)
The primary aim of the SET Foundation is to award long-term scholarships and other financial support to impoverished Thai youngsters at high schools, vocational colleges and universities.
The SET Foundation has been working in Thailand since 1993, originally as the Students’ Education Trust, but became a registered Thai charity in 2005.
By the end of 2010, close to 4,000 needy students had received SET scholarships. Many were supported throughout their studies – up to ten years in some cases. Thousands more received cash grants to pay for uniform, books, bus fares and school lunch. SET is very cost-effective.
In 2009, less than 2 per cent of income was spent on non-program costs and administration, and even that was covered by a corporate donation. Every dollar, pound, euro or baht donated goes directly and entirely to our students.
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Opportunity Foundation (th)
Opportunity Foundation was formed and registered in Thailand in 2007 to care for abandoned and abused children. Facilities and staff of the foundation are located in Nang Rong City, in Buriram province. Opportunity Foundation took the first children into its care in June 2008. During the initial phase the foundation will provide care for girl children aged newborn to ten years. Foundation homes provide care is in family settings with parents (also foundation staff), supported by psychologists, social workers and other professional staff and advisors. Plans include the capacity to care for more than one hundred children within four years.
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Thai Children's Trust (th)
Thai Children's Trust provides a home, education and future for over 1500 children, and reaches out to thousands more through health and nutrition projects.
Thai Children's Trust's mission is to support the most needy children in Thailand: orphans, children with HIV and AIDS, street kids, refugee children and children with disabilities.
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Baan Gerda (th)
BaanGerda is a children's charity providing care for HIV & AIDS infected orphans. The small community is based in Lopburi province in Thailand
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The SET Foundation (th)
A registered Thai Foundation awarding scholarships to impoverished students at high school, college and university.
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iCare (th)
This website is designed to offer a free webpage to any organisation in Thailand that is doing charity, caring or voluntary work ...and to list those organisations (NGO) that are already on the web.
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Piers Simon Appeal (th)
Piers Simon Appeal
Mission Statement : "To aid the regeneration of communities and to alleviate suffering and harship caused by disasters worldwide regardless of race, religion or politics".
On 26th December 2004 whilst on holiday in Thailand on the island of Koh Phi Phi with Luke and three friends, Piers sadly died in the Tsunami. Luke spent five days conducting the search for his brother with the help of family, friends and the media and finally found Piers on 31st December 2004 ?his body having been taken to the Chinese Morgue in Krabi Town.
Following a private funeral and a memorial service at Forde Abbey in Somerset the Piers Simon Appeal was launched.
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Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities (th)
Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities in Thailand (CCD) has been providing care and support abandoned children with disabilities, regardless of gender, nationality, creed or religion, since 1986. CCD works with the Thai Government Home which houses over 2,000 children.
CCD currently provides rehabilitation to 150 children. CCD's prime objective is to provide care and support to abandoned children & young adults in professional learning and development environments.
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Support the Children Foundation (th)
Support the Children Foundation is a non-governmental organization established on September 2, 1992 to give tender loving care to abandoned children with AIDS and to promote campaigning to stop HIV/AIDS as soon as possible.
The Support the Children Foundation is listed as a public charity organization by the Ministry of Finance, No 353. Donations are therefore tax deductible.
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