SISB donates 300 survival bags worth 100,000 THB to help the needy in Wang Thonglang District

SISB donates 300 survival bags worth 100,000 THB to help the needy in Wang Thonglang District

As part of SISB’s corporate social responsibility initiatives, the school donated 300 survival bags containing dry food and worth a total of 100,000 THB to the needy in Wang Thonglang District.

Mr Kelvin Koh, Chairman of the School Governing Boards, presented the donation to Mr Komin Chinnabutr, Director of Wang Thonglang District Office, and said: “SISB Pracha Uthit has been part of the community in Wang Thonglang for many years, and we are delighted to be helping those in need, especially during these difficult times.”

This contribution is part of SISB’s extensive efforts to give back to society. Some of its past efforts include the SISB Corporate Social Responsibility English Language Project, where SISB teachers, students and staff provide English lessons to students from Thai schools. This project was carried out for the fourth year in 2019. 

Another project last year went towards raising funds for the construction of a therapy pool for the residents of Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Special Education Centre, Nakhon Nayok. SISB staff and students put up three drama productions, and donated the proceeds from ticket sales to this worthy cause.

SISB is renowned for its strength in academics, especially in Mathematics and Science, with a strong focus on English. Every year, our students are accepted into numerous prestigious universities around the world. In addition to a strong foundation in curriculum, SISB students are also developed holistically in terms of essential life skills such as independence, confidence and resilience. Our students and management are also compassionate and participate in various projects and initiatives to contribute to the community.

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