Support flood victims in Thailand

 
$118,359
$0
Raised
Remaining
Oct 26, 2011

Initial support for flood victims

Support parcels ready for dispatch
Support parcels ready for dispatch

Initial support for flood victims in Thailand has involved assembling and dispatching support parcels .

Thousands of people in Thailand are currently forced to remain in cramped conditions with little or no access to amenities. These parcels will at least bring some comfort to these people as they wait for the waters to subside when they will have to tackle the huge task of rebuilding their communities and lives.  

With great thanks to the wonderful generous nature of Thai people we were able to purchase these parcels at a significantly reduced rate meaning that donations to this project will go even further towards supporting flood victims.

Once the waters do finally subside there will be plenty of work need to help people take steps towards normality and we will be there to work alongside the local people and support them

Contents of the support parcels
Contents of the support parcels
Volunteers work to assemble the parcels
Volunteers work to assemble the parcels
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Project Leader

Ross Deans

Exeter, Devon United Kingdom

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Map of Support flood victims in Thailand