Pattaya Motorbike Group Donates Amenities and Food to People and Stray Animals in Ayutthaya

Pattaya —

A group of benevolent motorbike riders in Pattaya donated necessary items and food to people and stray animals in need in the Ayutthaya province.

The group, led by Mr. Praichit Panprasong, leader of the Two-Wheel Sai Boon motorbike group, donated rice, dry food, drinking water, and other essential items to bedridden patients and the less fortunate around Ayutthaya on June 26th.

One of the people who the Two-Wheel Sai Boon reached out to was Ms. Ting, an 84-year-old Thai woman residing alone at a house.

Due to her blindness and the absence of any relatives to take care of her, she has relied on her neighbors for over ten years. The Two-Wheel Sai Boon visited her residence and helped replace her broken toilet seat, installed new electrical wires, and changed the plugs and switches to prevent electrical fires, as the old ones were damaged.

They also purchased rice and essential items for Ms. Ting worth 10,000 baht and gave her 21,530 baht in cash.

The group then bought dog food and gave it to the Wat Na Wua temple to feed the poor stray dogs inhabiting the premises. The Two-Wheel Sai Boon group vowed they would continue to deliver their kindness to people in need.

Tanakorn Panyadee
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