From the Ground Up

       The ground is important for children wanting a wide space for learning and activities, so Singha R-SA decided to develop the ground in two areas, including the Preschool Child Development Center of Daowaduengsaram Temple and the Child Opportunity Center at Rama 8 Bridge. We constructed the cement floor, laid tiles, improved the rubber floor, and the rough ground was transformed into flat ground. Moreover, we also painted the centers’ gate and walls, during which everybody involved showed their skills and creativity.

Vegetable Plot
with Responsibility

Singha R-SA didn’t have only exerted mission, we still had a soft activity, such as sharing knowledge with the children. Sufficiency agriculture was the central idea
behind this mission, so we taught the children how they can make a vegetable plot and take care of it properly. Everyone followed the steps and instructions we gave and did their best. We are proud of all of them.

 The Final Mission

       After completing many missions, at the end of the day we had one more final mission, during which we offered scholarships to the children that amounted to 75,000 baht. We also donated nursing bags with medical supplies, 50 packs of water, 50 kilograms of rice, and 50 setsof teaching equipment. We were then able to feel that we had finally completed our mission.

The Supporters 

Singha R-SA has great thanks for the Piti Bhirombhakdi foundation and the network of volunteers from Thonburi Rajabhat University, Srinakharinwirot University, Mahidol University, Dhurakij Pundit University, and King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology at Ladkrabang for joining us on this mission. If even just one of you had not joined us, our mission would have not gone so perfectly. We are therefore very glad to have had the opportunity to work with all of you.

Making good things for society is the pride of Singha R-SA