Pattaya City residents donate total of 150,720 baht to flood victims in Northeast

Officials have brought in the donation boxes set up around the city, counted the money, and found it added up to 150,720 baht for the flood victims in the Northeast of Thailand.

Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh, mayoral advisor Paiwan Aromcheun and city officials on Sept 6 brought in the boxes from donation points in front of city hall in North Pattaya, near Wat Chaimongkol Market in South Pattaya, and in front of the Surf Kitchen on Jomtien Soi 5.

Along with the money, residents and tourists donated money, necessaries, rice and dried foods.

All were taken and presented to Sawangboriboon Thammasathan Foundation Vice President Prasit Thongthitcharoen in Naklua to be assembled, sorted and directed to the north.

Source: Daily Mail

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