Frasers Property Thailand and Samyan Mitrtown in 6th blood donation drive

Frasers Property Thailand and Samyan Mitrtown in 6th blood donation drive

1 million CC of blood products collected through the continuous campaigns

The COVID-19 pandemic has been creating critical blood shortages in Thailand. To supply sufficient blood and blood products for patients in need during this challenging period, Frasers Property (Thailand) Public Company Limited, or FPT, a leading integrated real estate platform in Thailand, Samyan Mitrtown and the Thai Red Cross co-hosted the sixth blood donation at Samyan Mitrtown between 14 – 15 October 2021.

Frasers Property Thailand’s integrated platform of residential, industrial and commercial have made a unified movement for the blood drive. On 14 October 2021, FPT’s Country CEO and CEOs of the residential and industrial business took part in this blood donation to raise public awareness and stakeholder engagement.

The blood donors were given a special t-shirt illustrated by Thitipoom Phetsangkhat (Golf), a famous Thai illustrator of the renowned “Millions Monster”, as an appreciation gift to the donor. The t-shirt has a meaningful graphic supporting giving back to the community through blood donation. 

To-date, the collaboration of FPT and Samyan Mitrtown for the blood drive campaigns collected 1,427,650 CC of blood for the Thai Red Cross. 340,200 CC of blood was collected from the blood donors at the recent blood donation activity. FPT is committed to local communities and giving back to society. The next activity will be held in January 2022.

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