“Esso brings students back to school”

“Esso brings students back to school”

Esso and ExxonMobil raise and disburse 2.5 million baht in Equitable Education Funds

With its vision to “Power Life with Premier Energy Experience”, Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited and ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand, management and staff, Esso service station dealers, alliance partners, Mobil lubricant distributors, and Esso Sriracha Refinery, is disbursing over 2.5 million baht in Equitable Education Funds under its “Esso brings students back to school” program.

Key participants in the most recent activity include: Dr. Adisak Jangkamolkulchai (standing 6th from right), Chairman and Managing Director; Dr. Taweesak Bunluesin (standing 7th from right), Director; Khun Jesada Chancherngkij (standing 4th from left), Director and Retail Sales Manager as well as representatives from the Board of Equitable Education Funds (EEF), including: Prof. Dr. Somphong Chitradub (standing 5th from left), Advisor, and; Khun Pattara Khumphitak (5th from right), Board Member.

The funds totalling 2,533,957.81 baht were accumulated from active fund-raising by Esso service station dealers, alliance partners, Mobil lubricant distributors, Esso Sriracha Refinery, and Esso Employee Club. The Equitable Education Funds are now being used to support students with financial problems so they can continue their studies in school. Selection of beneficiaries is based on data analysis using the EEF’s iSEE program to find students in real need of the support.

Funds have recently been provided to students from 25 schools in Chanthaburi Province, comprising 258 scholarships of 3,000 baht each. The donation event took place at Burapha University, Chanthaburi campus. 

In addition, Sirivej Hospital provided free ambulance service for participants between 7-8 November 2020 in case of emergency.

“Esso brings students back to school” has been developed by Esso Retail Sales in cooperation with EEF since 2019, benefiting school pupils in Phetchaburi, Nan and Nakorn Nayok. This year, funds under the programme have been disbursed to pupils in Chanthaburi with pupils in other provinces also set to benefit.

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