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How Many Times a Day Do You Get Hungry? The Food Initiative Continues.

It is our privilege to help those in unfortunate circumstances, raising 60,010 THB, and providing 32 hours of volunteer time in May to distribute food to those in Northern Thailand who do worry about their source of food when they get hungry.

The dedicated staff at Urban Light’s community center for boys at risk of exploitation continues to provide community support in efforts to provide food for their clients. CMIRC is providing only nonperishable food items to the community center as requested.

The Human Rights Development Foundation continues to work with CMIRC delivering 200 bags, each filled with two kg of rice, three cans of fish, six packages of noodles, oil, fish oil, milk, and sanitary napkins. The deliveries this month went to Chiang Dao and San Kamphaeng migrant worker camps.

Many thanks to all the people so generous with the time and money. The need is great and the generosity is deeply appreciated.


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