Organizations we Support


   
btehn Bring The Elephant Home (BTEH) is a foundation that campaigns to help bring the Thai Elephants home and prevent the elephants from facing extinction. At Bring the Elephant Home Foundation; we campaign to help Thai elephants to promote animal friendly eco-tourism, protect and pro-create a natural habitation for the elephants.
Read More
baandin A local NGO holding regular volunteering activities from mangrove planting, check dam/cob shelter making and coral reef restoration. Baan is a thai term for "house" and Din means "soil", the organization is running for several years providing structured activities and working along with thai government and its attached agencies.
Read More
baandin Paper Ranger is a group of Super Heroes that comes to save the world via the process of using computer paper (especially A4) efficiently. We try to make full use of both side of the A4 paper, as we know about the human behavior that most of people used only one-side-A4 paper.
Read More
baandin BaanGerda is a children's charity that provides homes and care for HIV infected and affected orphans. The small community is based in Lopburi province in Thailand. Unlike a state orphanage, BaanGerda has a unique family environment with foster parents looking after the children and their daily needs.
Read More
baandin Samaritans is a non-denominational, non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to reduce the incidence of suicide by befriending individuals in crisis and educating the community about effective prevention strategies.
Read More
btehn Is a 'retirement home' for elephants that have been injured enduring, or are too old to continue with this type of work. A non-profit organization, meaning funded exclusively by visitors and donations and every cent earned goes towards making the elephants lives as pleasant as possible and, of course, retiring new elephants.
Read More
btehn Thai Volunteer Service (TVS) began in 1980. We used a small classroom of Social Research Institute in Chulalongkorn University as our office for the Thai Volunteer Service Project.
Read More
btehn Established in October 2012 by a pair of lifelong musicians — Geraldine “Gigi” Nemrod, a French resident of Bangkok, and Siriporn “Amm” Pomwong, a Thai native — KTMP is a non-profit organization born out of a passion to create positive social change through music. Read More
btehn An initiative started by an Dr. Ajarn Maytee Thammawattana from Burapha University benefiting elderly people/monks and a physical therapy for patients. It has 19 models and servs the elderly people in nursing home and ischemic patients with problems with their legs, shoulders, arms, hands and fingers.
Read More
btehn Operation Smile Thailand repairs childhood facial deformities while building public and private partnerships that advocate for sustainable healthcare systems for children and families. Together, we create smiles, change lives, heal humanity. Read More
btehn The Jungle Aid Foundation is made up entirely of passionate and determined volunteers. We’re problem-solvers, doctors, nurses and creative thinkers who want to do our part to make a difference. Our mission is to provide aid to those in less fortunate situations, for a brighter future.
Read More
btehn Another local NGO organizing environmental conservation and preservation within Thailand. Famous for their Seed Bomb Project initiative, a new method of tree planting using sling shots. Read More
btehn Created by former SCAD volunteers in June 2012, PAWS Bangkok provides spay/neuter and veterinary health services for stray or community animals, adoption programs as well as responsible pet ownership education in Bangkok.
Read More