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JUNGLE AID HUA HIN NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

JUNGLE AID HUA HIN NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT
JUNGLE AID HUA HIN NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

Jungle Aid is a private Hua Hin charity that supports people living in remote locations in Thailand.

The people supported have restricted resources due to their remoteness with the organisation’s main aim to provide them with the skills, education and materials necessary in becoming sustainable.

JUNGLE AID HUA HIN NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

Jungle Aid is driven by passionate and enthusiastic volunteers who have come together from all over the world with the shared goal of having a positive impact on others.

A recent trip was made to Pala U Thai Village where a medical clinic was held with hygiene training and scholarship applications were distributed along with donated essential personal and household items.

JUNGLE AID HUA HIN NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

A new water tank was installed; however the village needs two more water tanks. Each one costs 3,000 baht. Also they need help to fix the village communal area roofing with an approximate cost of 8,000 baht.

The Royal Review has seen first-hand the dedication and sincerity of the efforts being made by Jungle Aid; please add your support for their mission. Clothing, shoes, blankets and towels for the people in the villages; especially baby clothing, shoes, T-shirts, pants and other clothes appropriate for the villagers are urgently needed.

You can donate at https://task.io/jungleaid/outreach/funding

email [email protected]

JUNGLE AID HUA HIN NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT
JUNGLE AID HUA HIN NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT
JUNGLE AID HUA HIN NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT
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