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 info@raintree-foundation.org !

German Ambassador at Raintree

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About Raintree-Foundation

The Raintree Foundation is a grassroots social non-government organization registered under the Ministry of Interior, mainly operating in Thailand among rural and underdeveloped communities. The aim is to help people through education, appropriate technology and self help projects to improve their living standards. The organization was founded in 1992. It has grown over the years and now serves more than 200 children in 6 projects Present projects are Children’s Homes, Day-Care Centers, manufacturing bamboo and herbal products, informal vocational training, providing villages with clean drinking water by providing appropriate filter systems and supplying water through various pump systems. The staff at Raintree Foundation is continuously looking for new opportunities and ideas as how to better help rural people. The local staff at the foundation is from various local ethnic tribal groups in Thailand.
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