Bangkok Charity Orchestra
The Bangkok Charity Orchestra (BCO) is the first orchestra to be committed to raising funds for charities in Thailand. It is established with the aims to support well respected charities as well as to promote classical music in Thailand while being a platform for aspiring musicians to perform to a high standard.
59/9 Sukhumvit 31
Tel : +66 (0)2 259 9900
Tue-Fri: 10:00 →
Sat: 08:00 → 18:00
Sun: 08:00 → 17:00
Association for the Promotion of the Status of Women under the Royal Patronage of HRH Princess Soamsawali
Women’s Education and training and Emergency Homes for women and children, Women's Education and Training Centre (WE-TRAIN) and the women's Clinic.
The Emergency Home provides temporary shelter, food and physical and mental rehabilitation services for women and children. On any given day, there are about 150 women and children sheltering at the Emergency Home.
On June 21, 1987, former U.S President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn Carter presided over the founding ceremony of the We-Train Center. Mr Carter, as chairman of the Global 2000 Foundation donated one million Baht for the construction of the Women's Clinic.
Telephone: 02 929-2301-07
Address: 501/1 Dechatungka Rd. Sikan Donmuang Bangkok 10210 Volunteers: Yes
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Books for Thailand Foundation
Books for Thailand Foundation has contributeds English books to local educational institutions more than 10 years. The foundation is a not-for-profit organization and collaborates with Asia Foundation being the contributory leader of English books in various fields of study such as Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Children Books, Computer, Law, History, Literature, Business Management, Political Science, Mathematics, and Finance etc. With its policy to donate these books obtained from its affiliates abroad to local educational institutions, other non-profit organization, vocational and social related institutions, media and cultural organizations as well as research and analytical institutions.
Books for Thailand Foundation
Kasem Bundit University, Building # 3, Floor 10th
1761 Patanakarn Rd., Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250
Tel : +66 02 320 2777 Ext 1335
E-mail : email@example.com
Central Welfare & Vocational Training for Women
Provides vocational training for disadvantaged women
enabling them to support their
Telephone: 02 961 1882 / 02 583 8350
Email: Province: Nonthaburi
Address: 78/3, Moo 1, Tiwanon Rd., Pakkret, Nonthaburi
Promotes alternative opportunities for sex workers
Telephone: 02 526 8311
Province: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Mae Sai
Address: 57/60 Tiwanon Road, Nonthaburi
Foundation for Women
Providing various services for women (Bangkok)
Telephone: 02 433 5149
Address: 295, Soi Jarundanitwong 62, Bangplud, Bangkok 10700
Mckean Rehabilitation Center
Mckean Rehabilitation Center is the first private integrated rehabilitation center in northern Thailand under its slogan “Heartfelt service care as relatives”, the center provide elderly care,
Disabled care and patient care services on daily and monthly basis.
Mckean Rehabilitation Center
68-69 Koh-Klang Moo 8, Pa-Daet, Muang, Chiang Mai, Thailand 50100
Tel: (+66) 053-817170, 053-817171, 053-124263 Fax: (+66) 053-
Mae Chee Thai Foundation ( Mahapajapati Theri College )
Gives nuns and underprivileged women an education and a sense of social Mission
Contact:Mae Chee Yupin Duangchan or Mae Chee Srisalab Upamai
Province: Nakhon Ratchasima
Address: 95 Moo 7 Tambon Phu Luang, Pak Thongchai district, Nakhon Ratchasima 30150
Night Light Bangkok
Operates under two branches: Nightlight Design, Co. Ltd, the registered jewelry business offering holistic employment, and Nightlight Foundation, the non-profit branch focusing on holistic intervention for women, families and communities affected by the global sex industry.
Contact:Ms. Panomporn Utaisri
Telephone: 02 255 2230
Address: PO Box 1414, Nana Post office, Bangkok 10112
Global Alliance against traffic Women
Self - Empowerment Programme for Migrant Women (SEPOM )
Children of former sex workers and Japanese men need help overcoming health problems, alienation as well as issues of nationality
Contact: Mari Nyota
Telephone: (053) 756-411
Province: Chiang Rai
Address: Self - Empowerment Programme for Migrant Women (SEPOM ) , 120 Moo 15, Sunluang Kong Road, Muang district, Chiang Rai 57000.
Pratthanadee Foundation (Previously Goodwill Group Foundation)
Helping disadvantaged women through educational training.
Telephone: 02258 9346-9
Address: 25/9 Soi Sukhumvit 16. Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Toei Bangkok 10110
Openmind Project Foundation
Helping local people to help local people with the help of volunteers and IT.
To bridge knowledge divides between rich and poor by helping the underprivileged gain access to better learning opportunities with the help of modern information technology and overseas volunteers.
To contribute to the conservation of our environment, nature and wildlife.
To offer overseas volunteers affordable and meaningful grassroots volunteer work abroad opportunities in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Nepal.
Openmind Project Foundation
856/9 Moo.15 Prajak Rd. Amphur Meung, Nongkai province 43000
Tel 088 564 0734
University Foundation of Thailand
International institution modeled after U.S. community colleges (North
Address: Old Provincial Hall at Prap Hau Monument, Tambun Naimuang, Amphoe Muang, Nongkhai 43000, Thailand
Hotline Center Foundation
Providing free psychological counseling (Bangkok)
Contact: Ms. Ornanong Intarajit
Telephone: 02276 2950
Address: 145/6 Hotline Villa, Viphavadi-Rangsit 20 Road Yaek 6-1, Chutuchak, Bangkok 10900
Siriraj Foundation is a part of Siriraj Hospital to help disadvantaged and poor patient in the hospital by charity auction, fund raising. The foundation also promote and support medical research of its medical science faculty.
Mahidol Bumpen Building
No. 2 Wanglang Rd.
Bangkoknoi, Bangkok, Thailand 10700
Tel : 0-2419-7658-60#101-104
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Second Chance Bangkok
Used furniture clothes and appliances donations are sold at the Second Chance Bangkok shop; proceeds from the sale of your goods help generate employment, start businesses, fund social projects.
Contact: K. Oi
Telephone: 08 7026 4205
Address: 99/101 Ardnarong Rd. Klongtoey Klongtoey Bangkok 10110
Social Action for Women – Thailand
Social Action for Women provides shelter, health, and educational facilities for HIV-positive Myanmar immigrant women and children in and around Mae Sot, Thailand. The organization runs a Health Care House which provides shelter and treatment to women living with HIV, a safe house for children orphaned by AIDS and a reproductive health program to provide sex education to thousands of migrants from Myanmar, particularly those working in nearby factories. Social Action for Women follows a rights-based approach, and is a leader in promoting society-wide respect for and empowerment of migrants living with HIV in Thailand, regardless of their gender, age, or immigration status. It operates in partnership with several national and international networks working to improve the lives of immigrant women and children.
Telephone: +66 55 542 964
Fax: +66 55 542 964
Street Address: P.O. Box 51Street
Mae Sot P.O.
Mae Sot Tak, 63110
Thai Volunteer Service Foundation
Thai Volunteer Service Foundation (TVS) was formally registered in 2000 providing different training and activities so that young people can be encouraged to be volunteers to help those who are disadvantaged in the society and can become agents of social change. TVS has organized different projects for young people including Full-Time Volunteer, Human Rights Volunteer, Young People Development for Social Change and Teacher Volunteer etc. There are about 700 alumni of these projects now not including the hundreds from the Part-Time Volunteers project. TVS also have the Collaboration for the Young Generation in Mekong Region project aims to build up collaboration among youth in Mekong Region.
Thai Volunteer Service Foundation (TVS)
409 Soi Rohitsook, Pracharajbampen Rd.,.
Huay-Kwang, Bangkok 10320, Thailand.
Tel / Fax: (66) 269 104 379
The Information Technology for Inmates Project
Provides computer skills to prisoners so they can re-establish their self -esteem and hope for a better life, the initiated by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri.
Contact: Dr Chadamas Thuvasethakul,
Address: Floor 6, 28/61 Phaya Thai Road, Ratchathewee, Bangkok 10400
VolunteerSpirit Network is a rebirth of the conglomeration of social workforce that brought
together the volunteers who helped ease the tragic tsunami disaster occurred in 2004 and those who place a significance of volunteerism and giving in society. It aims to bring the
cooperation and to enhance the work of any volunteering organizations and individuals in Thailand.
2044/21 New Petchaburi Road,
Bangkapi, Huay Khwang, Bangkok 10310
Email : email@example.com
Tel : 662 319 5017(Tel)
+662 319 5019 (Tel)
Volunthai: Volunteers for Thailand
Volunthai exists to give travelers around the world a first-hand look at traditional Thai culture, and help rural children along the way with English teaching, helping on charitable project etc.
86/24 Soi Kanprapa
Bahng Sue, Bangkok
52/189 Non Hi Meung Gow
Wildflower Home provides safe shelter, education, health and other services to young single mothers who are either pregnant or have young children. We offer emotional and educational support to help them move from crisis and poverty to steady jobs or continuing education after leaving Wildflower Home. Wildflower Home seeks to ensure each mother and child is in a healthy, supportive community during and subsequent to leaving our shelter.
Tel : +66-08-9632-8847 +66-53-386-56