"Some days I’ve no food to eat. I’m so hungry."

Chawla Charity Foundation plans to allocate the funds received from 'Lunch Program' to help needy schools set up an agriculture project to provide lunch for the students. It will be a revolving fund earmarked for schools to operate according to plan, such as fish raising, chicken or pig raising, planting various kinds of vegetables. The scheme depends on the suitability of each area.  Students are taught how to care for their fields, use them for their school lunch and sell a portion in exchange for other food that the school is not able to grow. The money can also be used as a central revolving fund for other activities.

โครงการอาหารกลางวัน

"บางวันหนูก็ไม่มีข้าวกิน หนูหิวข้าวจัง"

เงินบริจาคที่ มูลนิธิจาวลา ได้รับบริจาคผ่าน 'โครงการอาหารกลางวัน' นั้น มูลนิธิฯ จะพิจารณาให้การสนับสนุนโรงเรียนชนบทที่ยากไร้และขาดแคลน ให้จัดทำโครงการการเกษตรเพื่ออาหารกลางวันแก่เด็กนักเรียน โดยจะสนับสนุนเป็นเงินทุนหมุนเวียนให้โรงเรียนดำเนินกิจกรรมตามแผน อาทิ การเลี้ยงสัตว์ประเภทปลา ไก่ หมู หรือปลูกพืชผักสวนครัวชนิดต่างๆ ทั้งนี้ขึ้นอยู่กับความเหมาะสมในแต่ละพื้นที่ โดยนักเรียนจะได้รับการฝึกสอนให้ดูแลผลผลิตที่ได้รับ ตลอดจนนำมาประกอบเป็นอาหารกลางวัน โดยนำผลผลิตบางส่วนไปขายเพื่อแลกเปลี่ยนเป็นอาหารประเภทอื่น ที่โรงเรียนไม่สามารถผลิตเองได้ หรือเก็บเงินที่ได้ไว้เป็นกองทุนหมุนเวียนสำหรับกิจกรรมนี้ต่อไป

 

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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