Pattaya —

In a heartwarming act of kindness, members of the Korean Association in Thailand took the initiative to support disabled students at the Pattaya Redemptorist Technological College for People with Disabilities on June 6th.

Through their generous donation, they provided 15-kg bags of rice, 5 cases of vegetable oil, dishwashing liquid, laundry detergent, bathroom cleaning solution, floor cleaner, packaged diapers, snacks and 50 packs of drinking water to the students, aiming to alleviate some of their daily challenges.

Mr. Damphan Racha, the school director, received the donation on behalf of the college.

President Jo Jae-seng of the Korean Association in Thailand told The Pattaya News, “We have consistently provided support to those in need through various charitable foundations.”

Pattaya Redemptorist Technological College for People with Disabilities is a vocational school that provides training to individuals with arm, leg, or torso disabilities, without any charges.

They offer courses in computer programming, electronics hardware, and appliance repair. Presently, the college has consistently produced remarkable achievements in academics, sports, and community engagement. Moreover, they have successfully produced a significant number of qualified professionals who are now serving society.

The original version of this article appeared on our sister website, The Pattaya News, owned by our parent company TPN media.


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Tanakorn Panyadee
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