Save the Date – 10th Anniversary Thai Care e.V.

Happy Birthday to our partner Thai Care e.V. from Germany! 🎊
9 years ago Thai Care was founded and we are happy to announce that they will celebrate a big party next year on their 10th anniversary!
Safe the date: 20.06.2020
More info will follow soon 🎈


10th Anniversary Thai Care e.V..jpg

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English Camps 2019

Last month the summer vacations for the students took place. To escape boredom, the current volunteers organized several English camps for the children together with the RTF.
In three different camps, games and fun were combined with learning English for 2-3 days.
With their great activities the volunteers created an unforgettable time for the children.
Although learning English was firmly in focus, the games provided a lot of fun and strengthened the team spirit of each group!
The best moment for the children (but also for the volunteers) was certainly the water battle in the afternoon, to refresh each other from the heat.
We would like to thank our volunteers for their great commitment!!! It’s great to have you 



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German Ambassador visit Raintree Foundation

The German Ambassador, Mr Schmidt, has traveled all the way from Bangkok to Chiang Mai with his electric car to visit various German organizations and foundations in Chiang Mai together with the German consul, Mr Hagen from Chiang Mai.
They also visited the Raintree Foundation and we introduced our newest project: a future dormitory in Doi Saket, where 10 girls and 10 boys aged 15-20 years will live together with house parents who will take care of them. Under the motto “helping people to help themselves”, the children will visit vocational training schools, colleges or the university and have all the opportunities they need for a good education in a safe environment!
The best part is that the German Embassy will financially support our project! That helps us a lot ❤️

If you are interested in more information about our new project or would like to support us financially, feel free to contact us via PM or !

German Ambassador at Raintree

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Search for Foster Parents

Shortly before we start Songkran holidays in Thailand and the Easter Holidays in Germany, we would like to introduce you to our little stars from our waiting list. 
These children are still looking for a foster parent!
If you are interested in a sponsorship, you can get more information on or on our German websiteütze-uns/werde-pate/

If you would like to get more information about a specific child, please contact!
(Of course at anytime during the holidays! We are always there for you!)

Foster Children 2019

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World Water Day !!!

We also celebrate and wanted to say “Thank You” to all support we received during all those years to bring safe and clean drinking water to over 2.000 families.

2019-03-22 World Water Day

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Sad Story

Our loyal followers have known our posts for years. Mostly we write about great events the children have experienced. Visits from their foster parents, school competitions they’ve won, reports of donations and how we’ve used them. Everything is always positive.
And that’s actually our idea of the work we do on a daily basis: Don’t make the people cry, but show how we can positively change the lives of our children with the help of many great supporters.

But today I would like to give you an insight into how we work “behind the scenes“.
In the past three weeks we got several emergency inquiries: “urgent help needed”, “please let us help” “we got another urgent case” was part of the subject line.

I want to show you two cases today:

Photo 1:
The picture shows a mother with her son. Her newborn became ill shortly after birth to an inflammatory bowel disease and had to go to the hospital quickly. There the little girl unfortunately died. The mother has mental problems and therefore is unable to work. Thus, the family is very poor and sadly did not even have enough money to bring their baby home to bury it. She had to leave it in the hospital. We have a picture printed and framed to the family, so they have at least a memory of their little girl.

Photos 2 + 3:
This picture shows a woman from Wat Chan, who not only has severe mental health problems, but also suffers from mental disability. She was repeatedly raped and became pregnant by one of these acts. On December 29th, 2018, her baby was born. She cannot or doesn’t want to say who the father is. Unfortunately, she does not accept her child and is therefore completely overstrained. She plays with the child as with a doll, refuses to breastfeed and cannot take care of the baby adequately. Her parents and the villagers support the woman, but there is a lack of funding for the baby’s basic care. We need milk powder and food for the little Chusawan.

Without knowing if we will find foster parents quickly, we have immediately included the children in our program. How could we not?

Probably in 1-2 years we will write a happy report about one of these children. Maybe they are being visited by their foster parents or someone has donated warm clothes for the cold season and they are holding their new sweaters happily into the camera.
But this time you know the sad story behind the happy face. All our children have a story, not always as frightening as these examples, but they are in our foster program with a reason.

Our work is important. Your support too.
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Our Volunteer Thea wrote about her time in the children’s home in Mae Na Chorn

2019 Thea Mae Na Chorn

(unfortunately the text is in German language)

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