welcomes children from Camillian Home, Bangkok
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The management & staff of dusitD2 baraquda pattaya led by General Manager Mr. Michael Ganster welcomed 12 young residents of the Camillian Home – Relief for children living with Disabilities and HIV/AIDS – to experience a 5-star hotel stay on 27 September 2011.
The children were treated with a fun hotel tour followed by a cake decoration activity and delicious dinner at s.e.a restaurant. All were excited by the day's events provoking an emotional response from all dusitD2 staff involved.
dusitD2 staff will continue to support this center throughout the year, and for years to come, as the hotel's principle social care project.
"What dusitD2 baraquda pattaya contributed to the kids today was priceless," said Father Giovanni Contarin, founder of the Camillian Home. "It's not just the food, activities or the gifts, it's the sincerity that dusitD2 staff expressed to us really appreciated."
Camillian Home is a registered non-profit children's charity operating on behalf of the St. Camillus Foundation of Thailand in the Lat Krabang area of Bangkok. Father Giovanni Contarin, an Italian Priest who has done extensive work for the poor in Thailand over the past 25 years, established the home, which targets orphaned children not only living with HIV/AIDS but also disabled – physically, mentally, or both.
Managed by the St. Camillus Foundation of Thailand, children are brought up and taught values based on their own beliefs and cultural backgrounds. Everyone is free to express and follow their faith, whatever it may be.
dusitD2 baraquda pattaya management with the kids and care takersFor further information, please contact:
Mr. Tasara Taksinapan, Public Relations and Event Whiz
Phone : +66 (0) 3876 9999
Fax : +66 (0) 3876 9900
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