Bangkok Glass stands up for Typhoon Noru victims

Bangkok Glass stands up for Typhoon Noru victims

The recent attack by tropical typhoon Noru caused heavy continuous downpours from September to October 2022, resulting in massive flooding in many areas nationwide where the public suffered such disasters.

Bangkok Glass Public Company Limited, or BG, and subsidiary companies were concerned for the victims and therefore volunteered to provide assistance under the programme Helping Hands For Thai. 

This disastrous event caused losses to public properties and livelihoods. Many main streets were disconnected and access to food and commodities was insufficient. BG was urged to provide practical solutions by sending volunteer staff to assist victims in 30 affected districts in 15 provinces, including Bangkok, Pathum Thani, Nakhon Nayok, Nakhon Pathom, Ayutthaya, Chachoengsao, Prachin Buri, Ratchaburi, Khon Kaen, Kalasin, Roiet, Yasothon, Ubon Ratchathani, Nong Bua Lamphu, and Mahasarakam, with over 10,000 sets of provisions including drinking water, milk, dried foods and clothes.

BG also contributed support to “Zendai Foundation” officers including 2,640 bottles of drinking water for convenience during operations and distributing to flooding victims in many areas in Thailand.

Through all crises, BG and the subsidiaries stand side by side with Thai people. Helping Hands For Thai initiative is another programme aiming to lessen social burdens, build up good deeds for society in all aspects, and encourage Thailand to move forward with strength.

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