Chawla Charity Foundation and B2Hotel Group visited Nampon Orphanage

Nowadays, there are many orphaned child from the hill who are lack of good environment, adoptive families and educational opportunities that cause risk of becoming a victim of drug problem, human trafficking and child labor. Nampon Orphanage help orphaned children from the hill to get a better quality of life .Their ultimate mission is to support and encourage orphans development of 4 element , has physical , spiritual , intellectual, and sociability.

On June 29, 2019 ago, Chawla Charity Foundation cooperate with B2 (Boutique & Budget) Hotel visited Nampon Orphanage for donation such as essential items that are necessities, sports equipment and stationary for support education. Moreover, we prepare recreation activities is game of Balloon Stomp , Musical Chair and Stand On Paper , this activities for children to learn to unity of group encourage social interaction and increase personal confidence. At lunchtime, we provide delicious menu are nutritious with eggs ,vegetables and meats. Nampon Orphanage teach the leadership power for older children, so the older children help to arrange the table, served food and also take care of younger, they enjoy having lunch together with feeling of mealtime in the family.

Nampon Orphanage located in T.Nonghan, A.Sansai Chiangmai, Thailand. The orphanage founded by Mr.Narin Chaocharoen , he was born in a poor family and live far from civilization and difficult to get education, when he got an opportunity from World Vision Foundation of Thailand to get education food and accommodation in town, that changed his life to had experiences to success in jobs and good live. He hope to continuously bring opportunity to the other poor orphans grow up to become a good citizen in society.

Nampon Orphanage has 20 children, they are 5-20 years old. Mr.Narin and Mrs.Nin who are parents of this orphanage, they take care of these children of warm and loving as same as truly family and moral training from God in the Bible 1:27 “Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this, to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world”. In addition, Nampon Orphanage focus on education so every child study continuously at good quality school, by primary school are 7 children study at Mae Kaet Noi School, high school are 11 children study at Sansai Wittayakhom and university are 3 children study in faculty of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Social Sciences at Phayao university.

The fact about our society, there are many poor children lack of opportunity for education,
Causes of the problem is poverty that effect they still do not have to study continuously. This problem is not only impact on the future of children but also increase problem of different social positions and social inequality. Giving education to poor children as if you give better life to them and grow up as a good member in society or community.

To make a donation, please transfer through the bank account details as follow:

Account Name: The Chawla Charity Foundation
Bank Name: Bangkok Bank, Emporium Branch
Account Number: 096-301-8734
Swift Code: BKKBTHBK (For Oversea donor only)

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Chawla Charity Foundation and B2Hotel Group visited Boon Thong Orphanage

For the past several years, we have continuously organized social activities as well as campaigned for all employees in our organization including our valued customers to participate in various social activities with the consciousness of mindlessly sharing and giving. Whether donation in the form of financial support or essential items to those in need that definitely made an impact on someone's life. We always consider and give more attention to the donations people could actually use.

On 25 May 2019, we had the opportunity to visit the Boon Thong Orphanage to donate some money, essential items that are necessities, some Developmental Toys which help to provide the skills and nourishment for their growing minds such as arts and crafts set, cooking set, and dolls. We also hosted a lunch meal including dessert for children.

We were welcomed warmly by their volunteer staff and children as soon as we arrived at Boon Thong orphanage. We arrived there one hour early before lunch time, so we started the activity that day by participating in games, giving prizes to children. When it was time for lunch, children got into line and took a plate of rice, once all children were seated then we started to serve the delicious foods. The food we brought were “clear soup with egg tofu, minced pork and assorted vegetable”, “deep fried chicken legs”, and “colorful doughnuts”. They were enjoying the meals, especially doughnuts! Of course kids like dessert. It was a lovely thing to see the smile on their face. This was what makes us love what we do and willing to support more children.

Boon Thong Orphanage is located at Mae Rim district, Chiang Mai.  "Mae Nam Phung" is the key person of the orphanage who after the children. She is a fairy of children. Mae Nam Phung and volunteer staff love and care for these children 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year without any conditions. Not just only giving love, food and shelter to the children, but also supports the education of children according to basic education by the rules of the Ministry of Education as well as to build mindfulness for children to become quality human resources in the future.

We have told by Mae Nam Phung that there are about 30 children and those come from different provinces. They are between 3 up to 15 year of age. 90% of the children who come to the Boon Thong Orphanage to live have already lost their parents to difference reasons, some of their parents have been in jail for life, some of them are abandoned by their parents, and some of them were sexually abused by stepfather. That is why Baan Boon Thong therefore became the home that gave them a new life.

It is a fact that in our world today, there is a number of problems that occur with children. They have been in troubles such as family violence, abandoned by parents, and some were sexually abused by their own parents or step parents. By helping people in need through the foundation, no matter what you willing to give will enable them to have a better life.

Start a personal fundraiser and increase your impact with the support of family and friends to help support Chawla Charity Foundation programs in the hope of creating a better and brighter society for the world we live in today. To make donation, please transfer through the bank account details as follow:

Account Name: The Chawla Charity Foundation
Bank Name: Bangkok Bank, Emporium Branch
Account Number: 096-301-8734
Swift Code BKKBTHBK   (For Oversea donor only)

Thank you again for all you do for our organization, we could not do what we do without donors such as you. We look forward to volunteer work with you in the future. We, and those we serve, deeply appreciate your generosity.

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A Special day at Srisangwan Chiang Mai School.

On 24th June 2017, Chawla Charity Foundation and volunteers have visited and hosted a lunch meal for children at Srisangwan Chiang Mai School – one of the “Royal’s Projects”, set up by Somdet Phra Srinagarindra Boromarajajonani to provide better living standards and opportunities for her subjects. The school offers education for children and young people with a wide variety of disabilities; operates from kindergarten level up to grade 12 level with about 250 students. The students are Cerebral Palsy, Spinal Bifida, Spinal Cord Injury, Congenital Anomaly, Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenital, Muscular Dystrophy, Polio, Loss of Limbs and Autism.

We headed to the school with lots of delicious food and dessert including Stir-fired chicken wings with fish sauce, Green Curry with fish and Thai desserts; Coconut Milk Pudding. We arrived to the school a little bit early before their lunch time, the school Principal with staff and students were waiting to welcome us. Some of them were helping us by carrying food and leading us to the dining hall where the students were having meals. We were helping the school’s staffs to prepare food and the dining hall to be ready for serving lunch. At 11:30 a.m., all students have arrived to the dining hall and sit at their table happily as they have known that they would have a special and delicious meal. We were helping the school’s staffs to serve their lunch. For children who have multiple disabilities with self-feeding problem got special good care by big sisters and brothers including the school's staff. They said to us that lunch was very delicious, they like everything we cook. They seemed to be fascinated by us, and they were very polite too. We felt the purity of the laughs and the smiles of them so we couldn’t imagine that these children are living with disabilities and many of them have already lost their parents.

After finished lunch, we then took some photo and they gave us very impressively and beautifully handmade candles made by student, and then students helped the school’s staff to clean up the canteen, brushed their teeth as their routine with joyful discipline. After that they went to football, some played guitar and sang a song, and some played with their toys. We had a conversation with the Principal and some volunteers, we found that most students come to that school from relatively poor families and some of them have already lost their parents.

It’s incredibly heartening to see Sri Sangwan giving young people with a disability an education. The teachers encourage the students to be the best they can be. There is still a little way to go regarding attitudes to disability. But the staff at Sri Sangwan is providing opportunities for their students to become change agents of the future.

What amazes us was that losing ability did not deter them from being blissfully happy. In retrospect, we realized that we did not meet a single student who perceived their inability to develop normally as a disability. This, we believe, is credit that is largely due to the teachers who never allowed them to feel inferior to “normal” students.

The atmosphere at that day was filled with smiles and warmth of both the givers and the recipients. We all had such a great time on this visit and really learnt about their life while we were having fun at the same time despite in a very short period of time. Overall, it was an amazing experience and we are sure we would definitely go and visit them at the school foundation again.

Thank you again for you all who support our organization, we could not do what we do without donors such as you. We look forward to volunteer work with you in the future. We, and those we serve, deeply appreciate your generosity.

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Lunch Program at Chiang Mai Home for Boys.

On August 13, 2016, Chawla Charity Foundation and volunteers have visited and hosted a lunch meal for children at Chiang Mai Home for Boys, Mae Rim, Chiang Mai.

The food for lunch included Stir Mince Pork, Green Curry Soup with Fish Balls, Grilled Chicken Spicy Salad and Thai dessert. When it was time for lunch, the boys got into line and took a plate of rice to eat with all these delicious menus. Almost all of them had another plate or more. Some of them really enjoyed the dessert that he even ate it out of a bowl. It was a funny yet lovely thing to see. This was what makes us love what we do and willing to support more children.

We will keep helping society, especially children, in order to support them and let them become a good adult someday.


Lunch Program at Baan Dek Dee Orphanage Chiang Mai.

On 26th March 2016, Chawla Charity Foundation and volunteers have visited and hosted a lunch meal for children at Baan Dek Dee Orphanage, San Sai, Chiang Mai.

We headed to the orphanage with lots of delicious food and dessert including Stir-fired Squid with Salted Egg, Stir- fired Pork Balls with Green Curry and Thai desserts; Pumpkin in Sweet Coconut Milk and Coconut Juice Jelly for them. When we arrived at Baan Dek Dee, Mr. Manop and his volunteer staff gave us a warm welcome. They were very glad that we came to visit the kids. This private orphanage consisted of a small house with around 30 children aged between 8-12 years old living together. The kids here were cheerful and lovely, thanks to Baan Dek Dee’s kind and considerate care.

When the food was ready to serve, the kids quickly got in line in an orderly way and one by one took a plate of rice with food before having their meal at the table. They seemed to really enjoy the food we brought as they repeatedly came back for more rice. Not so long, they finished the meal and had some dessert. Some kids instantly finished their meal so to play with friends, when some were stuffed but still wanted to eat more. It’s a wonderful feeling to see the little people enjoyed the food and the smiles on their face, our hearts filled up like a balloon that’s about to burst.

Chawla Charity Foundation and volunteers are really happy that we have visited this heart-warming place. We will continue our support in any way that we can to help the children to grow up healthy, educated and prepared to succeed and contribute to society.

If you would like to support these lovely children, you can donate through our foundation or directly to Baan Dek Dee Orphanage at bandekdee.org


LUNCH PROGRAM AT KAWILA ANUKUL SCHOOL, CHIANG MAI

On Saturday, August 22nd , Chawla Charity foundation and its volunteer team visited and hosted a lunch for disabled children from Kawila Anukul School, who have live in facilities and cater for Autistic children and other special needs.

We heard the sound of children as soon as we arrived there. Some of them were helping us by carrying food and leading us to canteen and some of them ran to us happily as they have known that they would have a special and delicious meal.

We were helping the school’s staffs to prepare food and the dining hall to be ready for serving lunch. The lunch menus were Boiled eggs spicy salad, Green curry with pork balls and ice-cream for dessert.

We all had such a great time on this visit and really learnt about their life while we were having fun at the same time despite in a very short period of time. Overall, it’s such a great and positive day and was an amazing experience. We are sure we would definitely go and visit them at the school foundation again.

Thanks you very much for all generous donors. The Lunch Project is made possible by donors like you. This is the beginning of a very good thing; we look forward to volunteer work with you in the future.


HOSTED A LUNCH AT THE NORTHERN WELFARE CENTER FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED

On Saturday 20th of June 2015, Chawla Charity foundation and its volunteer team visited and hosted a lunch at The Northern Welfare Center for the Mentally Retarded, where to support and provide services for children with intellectual disabilities. It is located in Nam-Pueng Villege, Nong Pueng District, Sarapi, Chiang Mai Thailand. The atmosphere at that day was filled with smiles and warmth of both the givers and the recipients.

Many of the children who come to the Northern Welfare Center for the Mentally Retarded to live are intellectual disabilities. Many of them are abandoned by their parents, and there are no other options for their care.

We arrived to the school a little bit early before their lunch time and there was a school staff led us to the dining hall where children were having lunch. Those children seemed to be fascinated by us.

We all had such a great time on this visit and really learnt about their life while we were having fun at the same time despite in a very short period of time. Overall, it was an amazing experience and we are sure we would definitely go and visit them at the charitable foundation again.

A BIG THANK YOU to all The Northern Welfare Center for the Mentally Retarded’s volunteer staffs for your loves and cares for these children.

"We enjoy doing it ... just to see the smiles on the kids' faces when they get a donation"