Toys for Thailand funded a playground for the Maeja Preschool (Maehongson, Thailand), a gift from Jerome Roberts and Friends. The playground provides a space for young Tribal children to enrich, build, and expand their cognitive development through play. “Playground play structures help facilitate a child’s cognitive development during free play because toddlers are at a sensor-motor stage of development and they Read more about Power of the Playground[…]
The Basil Box, Toronto, Canada just opened their second restaurant and owner Peter Chui fulfilled his temple promise making a second donation to Toys for Thailand. Peter writes, “I made a temple promise while traveling in SE Asia, that for each new restaurant I open, I Read more about Perfect Timing[…]
Toys for Thailand (T4T) corporate sponsor, International Arrivals (Oceanside, CA) http://www.intlarrivals.com/ provided creative materials for the Tribal children and visiting guests to add their personal touch to the Kindness Without Borders Bags.Thank you to Carol Pankiw Tyner and her team for their continued support.
February 2016: The Small World Maehongson Festival (SWF) team was invited to join a Children’s Festival in Maesariang District to promote Toys for Thailand (T4T) school projects and to strengthen the partnership between Maehongson School District 1 and 2. SWF Coordinator Archi writes, ” I hope that one day in the future we will be the same Read more about Small World Team Promotes T4T[…]
Prem International School in Mae Rim, Thailand hosted a Car Boot fundraiser on Feburary 13, 2016. The event raised 17, 449 baht for the Toys for Thailand (T4T) scholarship program. Prem students from Grade 2 under the direction of their teacher, James Pinkard raised 6,829 baht from their stall selling cupcakes, clothes, toys, books Read more about Prem International School supports Toys for Thailand[…]
Every Thursday 150 students at Soon Pangmapha have a school clean up day and after enjoy a protein drink made with an industrial soy milk making machine, a Toys for Thailand gift from Paul Marshall and friends (Dec 2015). Pangmapha is a residential school 90 minutes from Maehongson, Thailand. The tribal students live 10-1 with a teacher in dark, Read more about Soymilk and forget your husband cookies[…]
Toys for Thailand provided a charger for Saree Wittiya scholarship student, Ponchai and his family in May 2015, a donation from Karan Huskey. In December 2015 Maria Miller asked about Ponchai and his brother and learned that they were not using the charger because they had to haul it a long distance to get it recharged (every few days). To provide Read more about The Rest of the Story[…]
Tribal children in Maehongson have been knitting hats to keep younger children protected from cold weather in Thailand. Toys for Thailand funded the knitting project in cooperation with the MHS Ed. Development Association. The warm hearts project was a gift from T4T donor Rachnee Keirsey. Special acknowledgment to Archi Chi and Koon Ohm for managing the project and Sombut Neegree for hat delivery Read more about Warm Hats and Hearts[…]