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Implementation of Queen’s project: “Free Meals for the Needy”
at National Council on Social Welfare of Thailand (NCSWT)

 
     
  
  
On Thursday March 2, 2017, Mrs. Vichittra Sivayaviroj and her two sons, Kent and Mark Sivayaviroj,  hosted lunch at the NCSWT Free Meals for the Needy project and also donated 10,000 baht to the project. Mr. Chirapong Sivayaviroj, Chairman of NCSWT Subcommittee on Legal Affairs and Consumer Protection, and staff welcomed the hosts.
 
  

On October 17, 2016, Dr. Manit and Mrs. Yanaruk Manithikhun hosted a lunch at the NCSWT Free Meals for the Needy project and donated 15,000 baht to the project. NCSWT President, Maj. Gen. Khunying Asanee Saovapap and Vice President,
Mr. Suradej Chayakasetrin gave a warm welcome.

 
 
  
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
  On September 23 2016, Khunying Supatra Jarujaron, the Queen’s assistant private secretary brought the mangoes-sticky rice from their Majesties for desert on lunch menu for the needy at the NCSWT Free Meals for the Needy project. Mrs. Supitchaya Sakorn hosted the lunch and donated 10,000 baht to the project. Mr. Dhamrak Sawatnati, Executive Director greeted the host.  
     
 
  
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
  On September 15 2016, the Alumni#15 of the Public Administration and Law for Executives together with Fhasai Kindergarten School and friends hosted at the NCSWT Free Meals for the Needy at NCSWT. They also brought ice scream for dessert and gave towels to the needy. The host donated 50,000 baht to the project. Pol. Lt. Dr. Manus Nonuch, NCSWT Deputy Secretary General and Mr. Dhamrak Sawatnati, Executive Director gave a warm welcome.  
     
 
  
 
 
  
 
  On September 14 2016, Miss Nakorn Nambunruang was celebrating her 25th birthday anniversary by donating 150 sets of homemade fried chickens and sticky rice to the needy at the NCSWT Free Meals for the Needy project.  
     
 
  
 
 
  
 
  On September 5 2016, Mrs. Somthavil Boonyopasadham, NCSWT Vice President, and Col. Sarawut Boonyopasadham were hosting the Queen’s project, Free Meals for the Needy and donated 10,000 baht to the project. Maj. Gen. Khunying Asanee Saovapap, NCSWT President and Mr. Suradej Chayakasetrin, NCSWT Vice President gave a warm welcome.  
     
 
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
  On September 2 2016, Mrs. Tanyapan Techapatsiri, President of Lions Club, Maitrijit, Bangkok, Region 310-A2, hosted the NCSWT Free Meals for the Needy project and donated 10,000 baht to the project. Assist. Prof. Vajiraya Buasri and Mr. Suradej Chayakasetrin, NCSWT Vice Presidents greeted the host.  
     
 
  
 
 
  
 
  On August 11 2016, Mrs. Supunniga Apibhanrat hosting lunch at the Free Meals for Needy project and donated 7,300 baht to the project, while Miss Nujcharin Silaparak, Miss Tourism World 2015, giving out Thai desserts to the recipients. Lt. Gen. Sukumal Weswongsatip, NCSWT Board Member, welcomed the hosts.  
     
 
  
 
  On August 8 2016, Mrs. Vilaivana Laithomya, NCSWT Board Member, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
  On August 5 2016, Lt. Gen. Sukumal Weswongsatip, NCSWT Board Member, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
  On August 3 2016, Khunying Uatip Boonsong, NCSWT Board Member, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
  On August 2 2016, Graduate Studies of Mahidol University Alumni Association, Association of Environment & Resource Studies, Mahidol University and Former Dean Sawat-Nut-Muntri hosting lunch at the Free Meals for the Needy Project and donated 20,000 baht to the project. Professor, Dr. Surapa Roddeht co-hosted to offer lunch to the needy and donated 5,000 baht to the project. Mr. Dhamrak Sawatnati, Executive Director was present to welcome the hosts and receive the donations.  
     
 
  
 
  On August 1 2016, Mrs. Kanchana Saisiriporn, NCSWT Board Member, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
  On July 27 2016, Maj. Gen. Khunying Asanee Saovapap, NCSWT President, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
  On July 21 2016, Dr. Suwanee Raktham M.D., Deputy Secretary General, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
  On July 15 2016, The Siriwattana-aksorn family was hosting lunch at the Free Meals for the Needy Project and donated 10,000 baht to the project. Mr. Dhamrak Sawatnati, Executive Director, and NCSWT staff welcomed the host.  
     
 
  
 
 
 
  On July 7 2016, Mr. Suradej Chayakasetrin, NCSWT Vice President, was in chart of Free Meals for the Needy at NCSWT.  
     
 
 
 
  
 
  On July 1 2016, Col. Aungkana Sumetsittikul, NCSWT Board Member, invited delegation to participate in offering lunch at Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
 
 
  On June 29 2016, Maj. Gen. Khunying Asanee Saovapap, NCSWT President, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
 
 
  
 
  On June 24 2016, Araya Arunanondchai, NCSWT Board Member, assigned Mercure hotel staff to bring additional 50 lunch sets to serve with the Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
 
 
  
 
  On June 23 2016, Lt. Gen. Kaneungnit Pingyam, NCSWT Board Member, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
  On June 22 2016, Maj. Gen. Khunying Asanee Saovapap, NCSWT President, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
 
  
 
  On June 21 2016, Dr. Suleemas Suthisamphat, NCSWT Board Member, assigned Mrs. Sakhon Raibahb to donate Boxes of crispy snacks to serve with the Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
  On June 2 2016 , Mrs. Vilaivana Laithomya, NCSWT Board Member, was in charge of Free Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.  
     
 
  
 
  On June 1 2016 , Maj. Gen. Khunying Asanee Saovapap, NCSWT President, was in charge of Fee Meals for the Needy Project at NCSWT.