Universal Relocations in Bangkok has been helping out where help is needed in the region.
The company has delivered donated items to Human Help Network Foundation in Chonburi. The organisation promotes sustainable human, social and economic development, focussing on issues related to children and adolescents, taking care of physically and sexually abused, abandoned, orphaned, and exploitation and human trafficking victims. They provide help, homes, education and a more secure future for over 500 underprivileged children in Thailand. David De Vos, Sales Manager for Universal Relocations commented: “Our outreach work in the streets of Pattaya touches hundreds more. They focus on raising general awareness concerning global questions of development based on human justice and respect for the environment.”
Universal Relocations also delivered second-hand furniture to Good Shepherds Sisters in Bangkok. They support vulnerable women and children in Thailand and have been providing essential services, including education, health care, and community development programmes, to communities in need for many decades.
In addition, the company purchased two new banners for Home of Grace, a refuge for teen mothers-to-be, those that have given birth, and women in need.
Photos: HHNF in Chonburi; Good Shepherds Sisters; David De Vos at Home of Grace.