Just last week the school in the district from Wat Chan had his annual activities for the teachers and the students. Their goal is to create awareness against alcohol and narcotic drug abuse as well as what a healthy and save social structure within the family and community means. We are glad that the school takes initiative on that topic
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Thanks to Anja for the generous donation for a lot of toys and for stationeries towards the children in the Mae Hae children’s home. Also a big thank you to all people involved helping to raise funds. German Langauage Vielen Dank an Anja und ihre Unterstützung für viele neue Spielsachen und Schulmaterialen für die Kinder im Kinderheim in Mae Hae.
On our last foster children visit the children gave us a lot of drawings and little presents for their foster parents; these are some of their works of art! For more information about how to sponsor a child you can go to Become a Foster Parent German Langauage Bei unserem letzten Patenkinder Besuch in den Bergen, bekamen wir eine ganze
The new school term start by the mid of May and we invited all the parents and relatives from the children staying in the children home. It is more like a review for the last term and a future plan for the coming school year. So the children’s parents, our hostel parents and the head master from the school have
Thank you to ProLaser for your support towards the children and the Rain Tree Foundation. We placed one of our donation boxes at the ProLaser shop and customers and friends made it happen to fill the box steady. Thanks to all dedicated to help and support our vision to help children and communities out of poverty. If you have also
The RTF team rarely has the chance of getting all together. That’s why, once a year, we do a staff retreat to spend some quality time together. This year we went to Mae Ngat, a reservoir about an hour away from Chiang Mai. All the staff from the mountains could get together, and we had plenty of time to share,