Grab joins hands with 6 alliances in “Grab Loves Partners” activity, giving away 40,000 survival bags to support driver-partners worth over THB 8 million
Grab Thailand led by Chantsuda Thananitayaudom, fifth left, Country Marketing Head at Grab Thailand, in association with 6 alliances namely Central Group, Unilever, Osotspa, Brand's Suntory, Berli Jucker and Pigeon Brand, recently organized an event to kick-off the “Grab Loves Partners'' activity. The objective of this activity is to provide 40,000 survival bags containing dry food and consumer products worth over 8 million Baht in total in a bid to support Grab’s driver-partners affected by the COVID-19 outbreak across the country. Held at Central Ladprao shopping mall, the event was joined by Tippawan Tangwattanavorakul, fourth left, Associate Director Marketing at Berli Jucker Public Co.,Ltd, Visit Udomkitchote, second left, Senior Vice President Property Management of Central Pattana Public Co., Ltd. ,and Dolthida Praculpakorn, third left, Senior Marketing Manager of The Peace Canning (1958) Limited.
Mr. John Heinecke, Chief Sustainability Officer of Minor International PCL. , along with Mr. Prapat Siangjan Chief Operation officer Minor food Group , Mr. Kreetakorn Siriatha General Manager Sizzler and Mrs. Chompan Kulnides, VP of investment and Sustainability of Minor International PCL., attended an opening ceremony of the Thai Red Cross Society's Mobile Kitchen for Bangkok area at Wat Pathum Wanaram chaired by Mr. Phan Wannamethee, Secretary-General of the Thai Red Cross. This project aims to help people around Thailand whose lives are impacted by COVID-19 pandemic by providing cooked meal and survival kits. Minor Food has supported food ingredients for three mobile kitchens in Sakaew, Nonthaburi and Bangkok valued Thai Baht 1,093,044.
TAP Group Continues Its Brewing a Better World Ambition in Growing with Community Through the Launch of “Grow Plant Grow Community” Project by Handing Out Fertilizers and Trees To Increase Oxygen, Reduce Temperature Around the House and Create Green
TAP Group, the manufacturer and distributor of Heineken, Tiger, and Cheers in Thailand launches “Grow Plant Grow Community” project to celebrate World Environment Day by encouraging the community nearby TAP brewery to grow 1 big tree per family, to reduce Co2 emissions, air pollution and temperature around the house.
TAP Group handed out 1,000 kilograms of processed fertilizers from waste management in the production process to develop and use. Together with a support from Environmental Conservation Organization, Nonthaburi, in providing 200 jackfruit trees to 200 households in Moo 2 Sai Yai Subdistrict, Nonthaburi province. To plant in their house area and increase green area, moreover, to absorb air pollution and able to consume produces. These are the part of “Brewing a Better World” ambition in order to growing with communities and enhance quality of life.
Ms. Sujanya Sethanandha, the corporate communication and sustainability department of TAP Group said, “TAP Group strives to conduct its business with responsibilities toward society and environment under the sustainability mission called “Brewing a Better World”, a main focus area that aligned with HEINEKEN'S® global sustainability strategy, that keeps continuing for 25 years. The strategy focuses on 6 pillars such as Protecting Water Resources, Reducing Co2 Emissions, Sourcing Sustainability, Responsible Consumption, Growing with Communities, and Promoting Health & Safety.”
Tirapongse Pangsrivongse (3rd left), president of B.L. HUA & Co., Ltd., together with his family, recently donated Shure Shot Alcohol (75% v/v) products to the amount of 200,000 Baht to SOS Children's Villages Thailand to support children in 5 SOS villages around Thailand in their protection from COVID-19 pandemic. Pol.Maj.Gen. Dr.Norawat Charoen-Rajapark (4th left), president of the board of the directors of SOS Children's Villages Thailand, graciously received the donation on behalf of the foundation at Cape House Hotel, Bangkok.
Seen in the photo from left: Pongsit Pangsrivongse; Valliya Pangsrivongse; Tirapongse Pangsrivongse; Pol.Maj.Gen. Dr.Norawat Charoen-Rajapark; Ladawan Charoen-Rajapark; Tirawan Pangsrivongse and Pawin Charoen-Rajapark.
The Forestias by MQDC, led by Mr. Kittiphun Ouiyamaphun, a Senior Vice President of MQDC, is moving ahead with “Forest for Life” to expand green space in Thailand and develop market gardening skills for sustainable livelihoods, presenting 144,000 seedlings as well as THB15,000 per family at Ban Amphur, the project’s second community after the Thung Heang pilot project at Chon Buri.
At a ceremony, 144,000 seedlings were given to 120 households in Baan Amphur, the second community in the project’s first phase. The initiative aims to help 1,000 families in 2 stages, each of 600,000 plants and 500 people, to grow 1.2 million saplings.
Families in Ban Amphur will tend the seedlings for about 90 days or 3 months, with a monthly grant of THB5,000 each for a total of THB15,000. The saplings will then be distributed to government agencies such as the Na Jomtien Public Health Division for enhancing green areas or helping reforest, including in the Siri Charoenwat royal projects. Some plants will also go to the general public or back to the communities that grew them to increase green space.
Royal Cliff Hotels Group headed by Managing Director, Mrs. Panga Vathanakul, recently donated 5000 protective masks and 1400 face shields to Chonburi hospitals namely, Nikom Kamsoi Hospital, Bangplee Hospital, Somdej na Sriracha hospital, Banglamung Hospital, Sirikit Hospital and Wat Yan Hospital and local medical frontliners to support their fight against the COVID- 19 pandemic. In addition, it has also implemented safety measures to combat the outbreak and protect its employees and staff.
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Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration “SHA” certification awarded to Centara Grand and Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld by TAT
An official from the Tourism Authority of Thailand presented Robert Maurer Loeffler, (3rd from left) General Manager of Centara Grand at CentralWorld & Corporate Director of Operations (City Hotels Thailand) the “Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration: SHA” certification in Hotel, Accommodation and Meeting Places on behalf of Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld.
We are so proud to be certified by Safety & Health Administration (SHA) for meeting hygiene, health and safety standards, issued by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
Prior to SHA certification, Centara Grand at CentralWorld had just received the certification “Thai Stop COVID-19 by Department of Health”, for safety and hygiene in the category Meetings and Hotels, issued by Thailand’s Department of Health.
Sansiri pioneers as the first company in Thailand to sign up to the‘UN Global Standards of Conduct for Business’, championingdiversity and inclusion for the LGBTI community
Sansiri steps up support and takes affirmative action for LGBTI rights by eliminating workplace discrimination, kicking off ‘Everyone is Family’, an awareness campaign during Pride month with inspiring art installations, an inclusive corporate culture and home loan privileges in a display of support and solidary with the LGBTI community
Sansiri announced today that it has become the first Thai company to commit to greater LGBTI rights by signing up to the United Nations Global Standards of Conduct for Business to tackle discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people. Sansiri has a strong determination to build an inclusive company culture in accordance with its core values of equality and diversity. Nowhere is the effect of this policy more apparent than in the Pride month of June, when it is celebrated globally.
Sansiri’s top management from all departments were represented at the ceremony to sign the UN Global LGBTI Standards of Conduct for Business agreement, which took place at Sansiri’s new headquarters, known as Siri Campus, on Sukhumvit Soi 77.
The COVID-19 situation has so far affected every aspect of the lives. Hilton Pattaya in partnership with Diversey, witnessing the frightening of this crisis which brought unprecedented challenges and hardships.
With our concerned, we recently contributed by donating bedsheets, duvet covers, pillow cases and napkin to Cedar Learning Center (CLC) for the Linens for Life™ - a program to recycle hotels' used linens to help meet the needs of local communities.
Cedar Learning Center is a Bangkok-based refugee center initiative with the aim of providing education and humanitarian aid for refugee children and families most in need.
Through upcycling, Linens for Life™ has given these items new life by repurposing them into necessary life protection such as reusable face masks as well as creative items; newspaper bags and all-purpose bags. This project is not only benefits the environment and reduces hotel wastes, but also gives hope to refugees.
Banpu Respiratory Care Unit and Medical Equipment at Thammasat University HospitalA 30-Million-Baht Donation — Key to Reduce Risk, Accelerate Helpfor COVID-19 Patients and Other Thai Patients in the Long Run
Looking back on the COVID-19 pandemic in Thailand that began to intensify during the period of March and April, it was a big test for every one of us as we need to adjust our daily behavior in order to be safe and to stop the spread of coronavirus. Medical personnel, however, had to do more since their duty was to take care of the patients while putting themselves at risk as they were at the front and center of the pandemic.
Putting a stop to COVID-19 crisis with “negative pressure room”
Over the past months, medical personnel who had to be at the center of the battle with COVID-19 has received an overwhelmed support from everyone but the real support that should help them fight effectively lies in adequate medical equipment with quality, particularly the negative pressure room. It has an isolation technique designed to prevent the air spread from inside to outside of the room. It is important to keep the air inside the room that is being used for treating patients infected with the virus as germs or droplets by sneezing or coughing from patients can be contaminated. The negative pressure room is, therefore, one of the key factors in helping to stop the spread of coronavirus. It also provides peace of mind for medical personnel who must take care of the patients directly.