The Thailand charities are supported by all kind of
organizations for children, youth, animals, mothers,
disabled, environment and so on.
One interesting and touching thing related to the
Thailand charities is a painting made by Lankam, an
Asian elephant who painted this picture with other 7
It was sold for 22.300 Euros and the
money was used for the elephants sanctuary’s
The 11 years old elephant is one of the eight
elephants with artistic skills from the Maesa Camp
in Chiang Mai from the North of Thailand who created
hundreds of paintings. But this sold
picture is also a record. Duanpen, Wanpen, Songpun, Pu Ood,
Kamsan, Kongkum and Lankam painted the picture
officially recognized as the biggest and most expansive
painting ever created by a group of elephants. The
Swedish photographer Bronek Kaminski was visiting
Maesa Camp when he discovered this park. He was
amazed by these elephants which can hold the paintbrush in
their trunks and paint like this is their second nature.
For those who can not spend
thousands of Euros for a painting made by animals,
the elephants also painted representations of a vase
with flowers, available for less than 50 Euros. At
19 kilometres away of Chiang Mai, at Mae rim is a
place also related to the Thailand charities: the
Love Animal Sanctuary, the home of 90 animals, wild,
domestic and farm animals.
The most of them were
abused or unwanted and now are sharing a space of 17 rai. Among these animals are buffalos, bulls and
cows and this place is their life home. The shelter
is entirely sponsored by donations, private funding,
book sales and memberships.
aim is to offer the education regarding the animal welfare’s
importance in the Thai society and also to offer facts about
brutality, violence and neglect towards animals inside the
pet and food industry. In order to make this shelter
function well, the donations are required.
Thailand charities imply Child’s Dream, an
organization established in 2003; it is a charitable
organization and it helps the underprivileged kids
living in the Mekong Sub-region, a place with
numerous humanitarian crises when children suffer
the most. Child’s Dream is focused on the neglected
and remote area of this region. They have offices in
Siem Reap-Cambodia and Chiang Mai-Thailand, serving
as bases for their humanitarian activities. The
stuff has 30 members who try to work in most
effective and efficient way to reach their goal of
improving the education and the health of the
children as well as providing social and economic
opportunities for their families.
The Gift of Happiness Foundation is also
among the Thailand charities which brings smiles to children
from the poor areas of Bangkok, orphanages, to the street
children or kids from the safe houses and slum schools.
Founded in 2009, the foundation offer free simple comedy
shows with clowns as well as medical supplies, toys,
clothing, bedding and educational equipment. All the people
who work at this foundation are volunteers, they receive no
money for their work.