Cartoon Network Amazone Water Park handed out free gifts yesterday worth in total more than 500,000 baht to children at the Baan Kruja Anti Human Trafficking and Child Abuse Center in Banglamung.
Mr. Andrew Richardson and Ms. Kanita Boonchoeisak, executives from the Cartoon Network Amazone Water Park presented the gifts to the children at Baan Kruja earlier this week after seeing a public plea for help from the center on multiple media channels, including our own, in the local area.
Dolls, toys, and necessary items like food and water worth more than 500,000 baht were given to children and Mr. Palisorn Noja, the director of the center. Cartoon Network has remained closed since the pandemic began almost, but the executives said they will continue to support the local community and plan to re-open as soon as the situation improves. The park is using this time to improve the park overall.
The center is located near Sanesuk Town housing estate in Baan Marn Yailear in Nongprue. They have four staff who are looking after multiple children aged from six to 16 years old. The children at the center have been rescued from either abusive homes or trafficking-related situations. The Center put out a call for help earlier in the week that we posted below:
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