Tags : Donations


His Majesty the King donates B128m for jails

His Majesty the King has donated 128 million baht for the purchase of medical equipment and supplies for 19 prisons and hospitals serving them, according to the Corrections Department. The royal donation will go a long way to helping improve medical care for inmates, the department said in a statement on Tuesday. Full story: Bangkok […]Read More


COVID-19: Donations pour in for jobless man in Pattaya

PATTAYA: Donations and public sympathy have poured in for a Si Sa Ket man who was down to his last five baht after losing his job in Pattaya because of the coronavirus outbreak. Now, Sarawut “Ton” Wongthee, 22, has almost 90,000 baht in his bank account and a job at a factory in Rayong. Full […]Read More


Recovered Coronavirus patients asked to donate plasma to treat other

The Thai Red Cross Society is seeking donations of plasma from people who have fully recovered from a COVID-19 infection, the antibodies in which can be used in the treatment of severe cases of the disease. According to Associate Professor Dr. Dutjai Chaivanichsiri, director of the blood centre of the Thai Red Cross Society, the […]Read More


Flood donations abused, Bin admits

Actor and volunteer rescue worker Bin Bunluerit must ensure that flood relief cash donations he received from the public are not abused, Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon said on Monday. Gen Prawit was responding to social media complaints that some community leaders were taking a cut from recipients eligible for relief funds raised by Bin. […]Read More


HM the King Gives Bt2.4 billion to 27 Hospitals

BANGKOK, May 8 (TNA) – His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn donated 2.4 billion baht to 27 hospitals nationwide for purchases of new medical equipment. The hospitals on the list include Siriraj Hospital, Priest Hospital, Police General Hospital, Maharaj Nakorn Chiangmai Hospital, Nan Hospital, Sakonnakhon Hospital, Hua Hin Hospital, Yala Hospital and Sungaikolok Hospital. Full story: […]Read More


Two Chinese arrested for alleged theft from donation box at

Two Chinese men were caught “red-handed” while apparently stealing from a donation box at a much-respected temple in Bangkok’s Prawet district on Monday. The suspects were arrested by police immediately after they had allegedly taken Bt890 from a donation box inside the Chao Pho Sua Shrine of Wat Krathoom Sua Pla at 10am. Full story: […]Read More


Ex-Con Accused of Stealing Temple Donations

KHON KAEN — Police on Tuesday arrested a 21-year-old former convict accused of stealing donations from Buddhist temples after months on the run. Dejdamrong Jomthank was arrested at about 8:30am on Tuesday around Wat Nong Waeng in Khon Kaen, two months after the district court issued a warrant for his arrest for theft. He had […]Read More