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The Holy Foundation for the Blind with Multiple Disabilities

In 1986, the foundation established a home for blind children with multiple disabilities. As a result, resources for these blind children in terms of care and rehabilitation are available. The Board of Trustees, with the assistance of Thai brothers and sisters from all walks of life, believes that an educational institution suitable for this group of children should be established, and thus the Ban Dek Ramintra School was founded. Despite the fact that this occurred during a time when Thailand's laws favored disabled people. It could be argued that having Ban Dek Ramintra School maintains the sharing culture. creation Giving people the opportunity to have a seat and a place in society. This educational establishment is organized as follows:

This educational establishment serves as a boarding school. Accepting students aged 2 to 16 from pre-kindergarten to grade 6, who will then be transferred to Lopburi School for the Blind and the Blind with Multiple Disabilities. until the end of the third year of secondary school They will be able to study in other educational institutions if they are able to study at a higher level of the foundation or pursue vocational education Occupational Promotion and Development Center for the Blind with Multiple Disabilities in Nakhon Nayok Province.

Phaya Thai Children Foundation 

Phayathai infants' residence The Department of Children and Youth Affairs oversees the organization. Social Development and Human Security Ministry It is the country's first government-run baby shelter. Since its inception in 1953, the shelter has cared for boys and girls from birth to the age of six, including both healthy and HIV-positive children.


Foundation for Handicapped Animals

Disabled Animal Shelter Foundation It is a shelter for sick or disabled dogs and cats. Under the patronage of Luang Maha Bua Yannasampanno, he fosters over 400 disabled dogs and cats.


River of Peace Foundation

A channel through which aid is delivered to the poor, abandoned, elderly, and families suffering from health problems and a lack of basic necessities.

The guidelines and working principles of the Saitharnsukjai Foundation are as follows: the creation of numerous projects to assist the poor elderly, such as the lunch program for the poor elderly, the health restoration project for the poor elderly, and the ethical training project for children to recognize the importance of the elderly.

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