1. The Anglo-Thai Foundation’s trustees meet once a quarter at Esarn Kheaw restaurant in Shepherd’s Bush, London to make sure we are using your money to best effect.
|2. Schools of Hope (for Shan displaced children on the Thai/Burmese border). You can donate directly to |
A/c Name: "Helping Children and Poor People Funds; Wat Arunotai"; A/c No. : 516-0-28580-6; Bank: Krung Thai Bank PLC Ltd.; Branch: Chiangdao; Address: 246 M.7 t. Chiangdao, a. Chiangdao, Chiangmai Thailand. Swift Code: KRTHTHBK
|3. We are members of the Anglo-Thai Society which provides business networking for its members and makes awards to Thai students in the UK. |
| 4. Saenyim is a business consultancy which encourages its customers to donate to charities working in Thailand, including ours.|
|5. Chao Khun Phra Udom Prachatorn’s charity to help those suffering from and affected by AIDS is based near Lopburi.|
|6. For 47 years Children’s Home of India has been serving orphan children in South India. It cares for 90 Children (boys and girls) giving desperate children a second chance. For further information, please email :
Children’s Home of India Coimbatore – 641022 S.India Mobile tel: +91 9916 223 377|
You can send a donation by cheque in the favour of “Childrens Home of India” to
Bro. Jaya Prabhu Dass, Children’s Home of India, P.B No: 4505 N.G.G.O Colony (Po) Coimbatore -22, Tamilnadu S. India.
|7. Unique wall art, hand carved by Asian Buddhist artists. Unrivalled choice and quality carvings direct from Thailand Colours and designs to suit any home interior or garden. |
|8. Monk Chat is an opportunity while you are in Chiang Mai to visit Wat Suan Dork and talk informally in English to a monk. Also provides a 2- or 4-day Meditation Retreat.|
|9. Khun Neramit Vichienkrua's charity, Baan Dekdee supports vulnerable young people living in deprived conditions in the Nongkhai region of Isaan. Read more about its good work at |