Even though Thailand has been facing it's worst Covid wave of sickness since the beginning of the pandemic, we have still had the opportunity to go out and help our tribal brothers and sisters in a safe manner. I say brothers and sisters because even if we are not related by blood, we are still family and take care of one another. We recently went to Doi Saket District to deliver about 40 food packages for the elderly, the poor, and bedridden. We spent time with each person or family to encourage them through this difficult time. In years past, many families would be able to survive by living off the land, but in this day and age, many families depend on jobs outside their village for some or all of their income for food. We heard of one family in this situation deep in the jungle. The husband had to be far away for work and the mother was at home taking care of their 4 children. We had to hike 2 kilometers through the jungle to reach her but she was so grateful for the food and supplies. We also recently visited Ban Pang Daeng School to provide lunch and gave school supplies, toothbrushes and toothpaste kits to 120 students. Thank you for helping us meet real needs of these families during the Covid pandemic.
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