Stamford’s CSR project “Here for good” helps disabled school - Stamford International Universityen
November 22nd 2017
Rama 9 Campus , Asoke Campus , Hua Hin Campus
On 23rd November 2017, Stamford held the charity project “Here for Good” to mark the 22nd anniversary of the university. The project was held at the School for the Blind with Multiple Disabilities in Cha-am and was led by Dr. Andrew Scown, the President of Stamford International University, and Mr. Pierre Bourgoin, the Assistant President. The event was attended by Mr. Prasom Naobut, Director of the School and Mr. Chavalit Jongjaroenchaisakul, Chairman of The Christian Foundation for the Blind in Thailand (Cha-Am Branch) Under the Royal Patronage of H.M. the King.
The university is committed to helping communities where the university is located. This is what the Stamford “Here for Good” motto is all about. Stamford management and staff, including students from the “Help for Best Life” Club, raised funds by organizing donation activities for over two months to purchase 50 handles and railings, worth 45,000 baht. This was something the school has wanted for a long time and were installed all over to facilitate the mobility of blind students with disabilities. In addition, 21,000 baht was donated for the purchase of learning equipment and other needed items for the current 26 students of the school.