Pattaya Sports Club donates scholarships to children with special-needs
Pattaya Sports Club President Peter Malhotra together with our Office & PR Manager, Ingkarat Chaimongkon participated in the Lions World Service Day on October 6 at the Redemptorist School for Persons with Disabilities where we made a donation of 10,000 baht to support the education of children with special needs.
The event was presided over by District Chief Naris Niramaiwong and Lions District 310 C Gov. Roj Thongwanitch.
Lions World Service Day is commemorated on Oct. 8 around the world with clubs performing charity works and other projects to benefit society or the environment.
In Chonburi, clubs have focused on helping the poor and disabled. Lions Clubs and other public-service groups came together this year to fund scholarships and the purchase of necessities for families with special-needs children.
The event also featured stage performances from Redemptorist School students, booths offering food, eye exams, medical and dental checks and foot massages. Advisors also were available to offer parents care-giving advice and support.
(Story & Photos courtesy of Pattaya Mail)
President Peter Malhotra and Ingkarat Chaimongkon present a donation of 10,000 baht to Lions District 310 C Gov. Roj Thongwanitch and Nongprue Mayor Mai Chaiyanit.
Pattaya Sports Club Office & PR Manager, Ingkarat Chaimongkon, Lions District Governor Roj Thongwanitch, Pattaya Sports Club President Pratheep S. Malhotra and Nongprue Mayor Mai Chaiyanit hand-over scholarships to help poor children with special needs.
Lions DG Roj Thongwanitch, Banglamung District Chief Naris Niramaiwong and Nongprue Mayor Mai Chaiyanit together with local benefactors at the Lions World Service Day opening ceremony.