May 9, 2012


2021 to be Toys for Thailand’s Final Year
Celebrating 16 years of Kindness Without Borders

The Board of Directors of Toys for Thailand (T4T) would first like to express our gratitude for the generosity and caring shown by the many donors and volunteers over the years.

Since 2006, T4T has been providing resources to over 60 remote schools impacting hundreds of hill tribal students faced with serious problems such as HIV/AIDS, prostitution, and drug addiction. Our goal has been to improve the lives and future opportunities of these marginalized children by funding projects like science labs, libraries, gardens, barber shops, and basic needs scholarships, just to name a few.

However, this tumultuous period has fraught many worldwide changes. Because of the challenges in administering an overseas charity, we have made the tough decision that 2021 will mark the final year of T4T.

Before we close the door this year, we are excited to announce two final marquee projects in the greater Mae Hong Son region, larger in scope than anything we have done before.

Please click this link to read about these exciting endeavors.

Read about student projects here…

Our final projects focus on assisting Tribal schools in the Maehongson Province with resources that improve the living conditions and learning environments for their students.

The 2020 Small World Festival

Click HERE to see scholarships handed out to students at the 2020 festival.

Toys for Thailand (T4T) co-hosted the 10th annual Small World Festival a unique cultural event on December 24, 2019 in downtown Maehongson, Thailand.

In 2020, a new normal took center stage. With safety precautions, in place, Students received scholarship funding to continue their educational goals.

At the festival Tribal children from over 60 mountain schools are able to share their indigenous music, dance, handicrafts and food with Thai’s, tourists and other members of hill tribes.

150 basic need scholarships are awarded.

Click here to read about the 2019 event from long time supporter, Dr. Ron Baker

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