We have found a shelter for dots that really needs our help, they house 100 formerly stray dogs. This place, the PIAM SUK Dog's House started with a rescue of 64 dogs, who were, lost, abandoned, street dogs and rescued dogs who were injured in accidents. The “Piam Suk” Dog’s House is a place of hard working good hearted people doing their best to help beautiful animals in need. The dogs at the shelter now number 100, every month it gets harder and harder for the husband and wife team who run the shelter. They run the shelters with donations and anything that is not covered by donated funds they pay for with their own money. Every month the work and burden becomes more difficult for them to handle. In the rainy season it is especially difficult as the dogs require shelter to protect them from the rain. “Piam Suk” is currently working to build a larger rain protected roof area in the shelter for the dogs. They need help from people who love animals.
We raised money to help the shelter recently. Khun Chai (the husband) and Khun Jew (the wife) who run the shelter were very happy with the donations of 73 vaccine sets (as there were the 27 sets donated from before), needles, syringes, alcohol and 3 large bags of dog food and some rice. The vaccine sets were for 5 common diseases and for rabies.
Please check out PIAM SUK dog's shelter profile in the pictures below, you can contact them directly for any extra considerations. The profile pictures made and offered by devote students from Rajaphat University in Nakornpathom province.
We brought food, clothes, cooking ingredients, soaps, toothbrushes, toothpastes and more for these refugees in a village at the rural area of Prachuap Kiri Khan Province. These people are not Thais and currently have no nationality. Our next step is to contribute to the children's schools; this project plan will start in 2019 – 2020. We will be contributing more to this community in future years.
In 2015, we contributed to a Thai-Burmese school in Mae Sot, Northern Thailand. We donated money, rice, mats, pillows, clothes, books & other stationary supplies. The children at the school also got an Ice-cream day. The students are Burmese (Myanmese) refugees; many of them were eating ice-cream for the first time, which they loved! We still keep going back to this school every year to support their education and a chance at a better life.
In 2013, we were told that there were a large group of homeless people living in Mae Sot, in the Northern region of Thailand. They were Burmese refugee families living in the local garbage dump. We went and saw how they lived and decided we would like to help those in need. We started to hand out food, clothes, flashlights, medicines, raincoats, boots etc. Between the years 2013-2019 we went back several times to continue to help with donations of goods as well as educating the people about opportunities for better types of work. Now many of them have a better quality of life and are moving on to new opportunities.
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We started our project in late year 2013 and now we are running 3 main projects in order to help education, children, animals and else that needed help in society.