AP Thailand visits Priest Hospital to hand over fresh-dry foods and relief

AP Thailand visits Priest Hospital to hand over fresh-dry foods and relief

AP (Thailand) Public Co., Ltd., the leader in the development of residential properties on a mission to EMPOWER LIVING, recently joined an effort to help the Priest Hospital get through the crisis together while building on the company’s SAVE LIVES, PROTECT PEOPLE campaign.

As part of the effort, fresh foods, including vegetables, fruits, eggs and meat were delivered for the hospital to prepare meals for over 140 sick Buddhist monks throughout June 2021, together with dry foods, personal protective equipment for COVID-19 as well as ready meal sets for 200 healthcare workers on duty. 

The initiative further reinforces the company’s intention to play its part in empowering everyone in society to give a helping hand as much as they can to probably overlooked groups of people so they can get through the COVID-19 crisis safely. The photo was taken at the Priest Hospital on Sri Ayutthaya Road. 

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